Passionate Enemy

Passionate Enemy You re on my home turf now Paul glared across the room at Rebecca You d be well advised to remember that if you want what you came for Once they d been as close as lovers but until recently than an o

  • Title: Passionate Enemy
  • Author: Patricia Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780373113989
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • You re on my home turf now Paul glared across the room at Rebecca You d be well advised to remember that if you want what you came for Once they d been as close as lovers, but until recently than an ocean had separated them And only family duty had induced Rebecca to travel to Martinique to meet the man she d once hurt so deeply Then, she d had no chance to m You re on my home turf now Paul glared across the room at Rebecca You d be well advised to remember that if you want what you came for Once they d been as close as lovers, but until recently than an ocean had separated them And only family duty had induced Rebecca to travel to Martinique to meet the man she d once hurt so deeply Then, she d had no chance to make amends Now, the tables were turned and Rebecca was in Paul s power.

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    1. I liked the vibe of the hero being the boy who picks on the girl because he likes her. I remember my mom always said that was why certain boys at school picked on me. I never believed her. Looking back, I think she was right about some of those. Nothing annoys a boy more than a girl he likes ignoring him or looking down her nose at him. This thwarted affection comes out in pranks like hair-pulling and name calling. Not very mature, but there you have it.In the case of Paul, it was very clear how [...]

    2. Re Passionate Enemy - Patricia Wilson is back with her typical ultra feminine sugar sweet h who is very ashamed of her past bad behavior paired with her normal bossy Alpha H type.In this instance the H is ostensibly out for payback for past horrible treatment from the h. But while the h thinks her past bad behavior was on the level of the second coming of the anti-Christ, every other character in the book including the vengeful H, thinks it was on par with putting a fluffy soft clawed kitten int [...]

    3. Generally I am not the hugest Patricia Wilson fan. It's unfortunate because her plots and set-ups are ones that normally I love, and she seems to do everything exactly the same as a lot of other authors I do like, but for some reason I find her characters overly obvious and silly. This one was better than some of the others I've read though. It was too long and got a little boring in the end, but I still enjoyed it enough to finish it.

    4. He is adopted to her family. There's a lot of play with haunting emotions. She had to have his permission to liquidate some assets of her deceased father. He thought she was finally ready to face their music.

    5. i actually already read this one. what Rebecca did to Paul was unforgivable. they had never been close as lovers. she was a bitch while growing up and i dunno how Paul still felt the same way about her. was he a glutton for punishment !? she has obviously changed now, when her mother is not around to tell her how to behave.lol!

    6. The author didn't do it for me. I thought the romance was underdeveloped and I couldn't connect with the protagonists even though heroine was a sweetheart and hero a vulnerable kindhearted man.

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