Sleeping Partners

Sleeping Partners LET SLEEPING PARTNERS LIEOnce Lauren Bell had nearly played spider to Sam Hardy s fly Seduced by his charm and devastating looks she d fallen for the rugged photographer But his love em and leave em

  • Title: Sleeping Partners
  • Author: Charlotte Lamb
  • ISBN: 9780373115600
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • LET SLEEPING PARTNERS LIEOnce, Lauren Bell had nearly played spider to Sam Hardy s fly Seduced by his charm and devastating looks, she d fallen for the rugged photographer But his love em and leave em reputation preceded him Lauren got out with her heart intact barely.Now she was engaged to a charming and eligible man So why was Sam s reappearance in her life so dLET SLEEPING PARTNERS LIEOnce, Lauren Bell had nearly played spider to Sam Hardy s fly Seduced by his charm and devastating looks, she d fallen for the rugged photographer But his love em and leave em reputation preceded him Lauren got out with her heart intact barely.Now she was engaged to a charming and eligible man So why was Sam s reappearance in her life so disrupting He haunted her dreams and her waking hours, teasing, baiting, challenging her to the final showdown Tormented beyond reason, Lauren yearned to succumb to desire but at what price

    One thought on “Sleeping Partners”

    1. Re Sleeping Partners - Charlotte Lamb does her own HP Plus with extra drama. The h in this one is 26 and working a on London women's magazine. She wants to move over to news reporting, but so far nothing has turned up. When the book starts the h is engaged to the son of the chairman of the media conglomerate she works for. She is happy and enjoying her charming and very handsome fiance, when she notices one of her friends in an intimate tête-à-tête with the H. This alarms her, as her friend i [...]

    2. This was a pretty decent read, certainly not one of CL's best, but still pretty good. I'm a sucker for besotted heroes and it didn't take long to figure out this guy was crazy for the heroine. It was just a shame that she didn't see it. Then again, we wouldn't have a story.

    3. Fantastic with a few tweaks could been a 5. Not really sure exactly why i like it except it was all nice. I enjoyed the story all the characters. It flowed well. I really live to read the romance when the Hero has loved the heroine just about his whole life. They scream loyalty and honor. We need more of that in the world.

    4. Stupid stuff really. The girl runs from Sam the chick magnet throughout the book. As though he suffers from a contagious disease, she avoids him and scorns him. Of course, she feels the mandatory "tremors" every time he comes close.She is supposedly in love and engaged to another rich scum bag. But gets dumped. Then our chick magnet gets into earnest pursuit , gets her into bed and promptly vanishes. Thereby upholding his reputation of date them and dump them.He then reappears and claims that th [...]

    5. Simply ok. The readers can see that the hero cares for her, of course since we are reading a harlequin, but from Laurel's point of view, she really couldn't be blamed for thinking that he was just having a good time with her and would dump her when he was through. He did have a reputation.

    6. Didn't really care for this novel. While I find the content mediocre the whole 'cheating' thing made it worse.

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