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Author:
Maggie Cox
ISBN13:
978-0373820665
ISBN:
0373820666
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Publisher:
Harlequin (January 8, 2008)
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Maggie Cox. "strong" } When tall, dark, rich and gorgeous Dante di Andrea made love to her, Bliss knew she couldn't keep him in her life. But then he discovered she was pregnant! Dante was furious! No child of his would be brought up in poverty.

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Format: Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13: 9780373823659. Release Date: August 2008.

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  • Well, the hero was not all that bad. He was controlling but then the heroine was letting him do that to her. She would be like "now wait a minute" and he would say "no" and she would be like "okay then". Seeing how the heroine was quite annoying herself, they even one another out in my book. I do think the problem in this book is just the writing itself. There was no depth to it and there was no love or like among the characters. I found myself not caring about any past dilemmas in their lives and I could care less whether they had a HEA or not. They do and the best part of the book was the epilogue and that was after the fast last chapter so it did not wrap anything up IMO. It was just bad all around.

  • I have NEVER felt the need to write a review on a book before this. I found this book very distasteful. I have read MANY romance novels. There was one major portion to this book that rubbed me wrong. Yes, great they fall in love. But at what cost? I could never marry a man and allow him near my child if he did not respect me enough to listen to me. Dante comes off as this massive overbearing control freak. All he has to do is remind her that he didn't feel loved and she forgets the fact that he's controlling her! That's just awful. I expected that at some point during the book that Dante would realize how insensitive he'd been toward Bliss. WRONG! I have analyzed this book in many different ways to see if maybe I was interpreting the author incorrectly. However, I always ended up feeling the same way about this book. I often found myself screaming at the book, "Alright, he's not looking, RUN!!!" The heroine in this book just came off as weak and submissive. Everytime she got angry at his controlling nature, it slipped away because she couldn't help her hormones. On top of that, even when she was hurting about her past, it was still all about him and what he wanted. I love passion in a romance novel. There was passion in this book as well, however, it was overpowered by intense hatred I felt for the hero. I couldn't very well sympathize with him while I hated him. I understand the need for control and submission in the heated throws of lovemaking. *wink* But being told what to do, where to go, and who to do it with is just beyond me. And there never was a resolution to his controlling nature. No compromising, nothing. When I sit down to read, I want the end result to make me feel empowered and sexy. With this book i felt drained and defeated. I don't recall reading any other books by Maggie Cox, so I don't think that she is lacking in any way. However, it must be said, this book was WAY off the mark.