Rafaella

Rafaella They lived in a world of secret guilts Rafaella at seventeen she had a beauty that could possess and destroy No man was safe from her not even her father Wyman He would do anything to gain Rafaella s

  • Title: Rafaella
  • Author: George McNeill
  • ISBN: 9780553109450
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • They lived in a world of secret guilts.Rafaella at seventeen she had a beauty that could possess and destroy No man was safe from her, not even her father.Wyman He would do anything to gain Rafaella s favor His pursuit of love would lead to disaster.Frannie Rafaella s stepmother.Lawton He knew the secret of Rafaella s past, a secret his lust would never let him reveaThey lived in a world of secret guilts.Rafaella at seventeen she had a beauty that could possess and destroy No man was safe from her, not even her father.Wyman He would do anything to gain Rafaella s favor His pursuit of love would lead to disaster.Frannie Rafaella s stepmother.Lawton He knew the secret of Rafaella s past, a secret his lust would never let him reveal.

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    1. Gotta love sequelsDoesn't everyone love sequels? When we read a great book you want a sequel, because sometimes there are things left undone or maybe we just want the story to go on. This was the case with me. I was not disappointed, to say the least. Now that I have finished Rafaella I see there is book 3. yay! Can't wait to continue the saga. Great readhighly recommended.

    2. Sexually repetitious to the point of boring frequently.This book is not as good as his first. He continually has some explicit sexual encounter between the characters every chapter or at least every other. If this is what it was like during that time it is no wonder the South lost the war, no one but the slaves did any work.

    3. Story of the. southI started this series and was determined to finish them. The first book should have warned me off from the whole series. The love scenes were very graphic and there seemed to be a lot of interest in incest by this author. He certainly spent a lot of writing time on the subject of incest. I don't think these books represent the Southern History in any way.

    4. RafaellaWell written plot though at times dragging but always leaving the reader wanting more. Some of the storyline farfetched. I will be reading book three in the series out of sheer curiosity. Well edited, more so than most ebooks.

    5. The second book of four. This one is about a demented cousin who plots to win the heart of Lawton; head of the "Columns" plantation. Better than the first book but still not up to a three. Maybe the next one.

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