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Author:
Penny Jordan
ISBN13:
978-0816144211
ISBN:
0816144214
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G.K. Hall (1988)
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Penny jordan series .

Penny jordan series: The Royal House of Niroli. The Perfect Seduction. The possessive blaze in his stormy eyes makes it clear that he wants to make her his. But can Christy bring herself to surrender her heart to him a second time? Read online.

What You Made Me book. I'm what you made me', he corrected cruelly. Do you feel proud of your handiwork? Does it give you a thrill to know that you and you alone are responsible for what I am today?'

What You Made Me book. Do you feel proud of your handiwork?

Penny Jordan was the most common pen-name used by prolific fiction writer Penelope Halsall

Penny Jordan was the most common pen-name used by prolific fiction writer Penelope Halsall. This is a comprehensive list of her novels and written works from her career which ended upon her death at 65, and includes her posthumous works. She used a range of different pen-names, from which this list derives its sequence. Duchess in Disguise (1979). A Wager for Love (1979). Love Unmasked (1979). Guardian of the Heart (1979). Dangerous Engagement (1979). Love's Masquerade (1980). The Fortunes of Love (1980).

series Penny Jordan Collection. Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon. Books related to What You Made Me (Mills & Boon Modern) (Penny Jordan Collection).

Book 5 of 7 in Jack Nightingale (7 Book Series). If you haven't read them, your probably won't even notice what you're missing, but you might wonder who the heck Perry Smith is and how Nightingale got mixed up with him, and the same for some other key players

Book 5 of 7 in Jack Nightingale (7 Book Series). If you haven't read them, your probably won't even notice what you're missing, but you might wonder who the heck Perry Smith is and how Nightingale got mixed up with him, and the same for some other key players. Same for references to Nightingale's previous life as a cop. All are essential pieces of how he got to be where and what he is today. The novel rolls along at Stephen Leather's usual brisk pace, there is witty banter between Jack and Jenny, his secretary (allegedly).

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Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing . What You Made Me (1985). The Friendship Barrier (1985).

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills&Boon. Some of Penny Jordan's novels are part of series, created by her or in collaboration with other authors. Her favourite Penny Jordan's Series is The Perfect Crightons. The surname for Crighton family came from her late mother in law as it was her family name prior to her marriage.

What you made me. by. Jordan, Penny.

WHERE ON EARTH have you been?'. Caspar's mouth twisted as he sent Amelia and Alex upstairs to get changed before turning to confront Olivia. Do you really care?' he challenged her angrily. o'clock on a Saturday afternoon, for heaven's sake, Olivia. You left this house before eight this morning and-' 'I was back at half past one,' Olivia defended herself. But you weren't here. I took Amelia to dancing practice. She goes every Saturday-remember?'

  • This isn't one of PJ's best romances but not the worst either. The heroine sacrifices herself & her unborn child so that her lover can inherit his birthright from a stingy uncle. Years later she & her son are back where it all started. Only this time her lover is NOT happy to see her & bears a grudge for her leaving him. Turns out he didn't marry the girl his uncle wanted him too & got disinherited anyway. Never the less, the hero buys back his uncle's estate after the uncle dies & makes it even more profitable. Of course, everything is worked out for the HEA!

  • I really debated between a 1 star and a 4 star. A 1 star because it's so over the top and awful, and 4 because it's so over the top and awful. I compromised and gave it three. If you love OTT, TSTL, OMG Angsty McAngst, and emotional and verbal bloodletting then this PJ is for you.

    Eleven years ago, at 17, Philippa finds out she's pregnant. The love of her life's scary, mean grandfather scares her off; he won't leave the estate to Scott who loves it. So really thinking this through carefully, P, the sacrificial martyr that she is, does what any sane girl would do: tells Scott that she's pregnant with another man's baby, and he was just there to break her in so to speak then leaves for parts unknown.

    Philippa is now back in town with Scott's doppelgänger son, Simon. EVERYBODY from Scott's employees, Philippa's old boss, even Scott's own mother can see the resemblance between the H and the moppet. Everybody but Scott that is. Simon has a run-in, literally, with Scott's car that allows the H to blackmail the h into staying as his secretary and resident bed warmer with the son in the house.

    Scott runs Philippa through the arm-twisting, hussy-shaming antics of ye olde school Harley hero. A forced seduction scene that ends in them being caught by their son the next morning. Oh yeah, not just caught but mom's nude. Nice mom. I almost threw my computer out the window at that scene as it was so yuck.

    Scott is an out of control, rageaholic that wants to make the h suffer and does so quite nicely. Philippa, on the other hand, is an out of control nincompoop that still loves Scott despite how often he verbally abuses her and humiliates her. Heck, the love she shares may be in direct proportion to the mud slinging.

    Penny Jordan raises the bar for crazy, tstl heroines. Philippa just may be the worst mother ever in fiction. Okay, Medea pretty much has that down as a lock, but P is a close second. Why is she the worst? Not only does she NOT tell the hero that he is a father, but when her son finds his birth certificate identifying Scott as his father, P asks him to not say anything. Her ten year old is supposed to go along with the story that the town lothario fathered him in order to spare Scott's feelings. (It's okay. Scott's wealthy so he can pay for all the psychiatric sessions later.) Then she allows the H to set her up as the village idiot harlot with her son in the house, and allows said son to catch her in flagrante. Oh, and not to mention this is after her son has needlessly grown up the child of a struggling single mother in an era that frowns upon single mothers and illegitimate children.

    There is a lot of mud throwing and chiffon wearing. I'm telling you the old schoolers love their chiffon, and the H wears a silk shirt or two, of course.

    And somehow, someway they end happily ever after...

    Purple run-on prose. See below.

    "It was a kiss that was a desecration of all that they had shared; of her tender and shy submission to him; of Simon's conception which had been a sharing and meeting of their souls as well as their flesh; and yet in spite of everything something inside her twisted and took fire, a spark which burned briefly before it was extinguished so that when he eventually lifted his mouth, and she became aware of the rough sledgehammer blows of his heart against her body, she was filled with self-disgust, with aching shame that she should have actually experienced in such a violent and destructive embrace, a fierce tug of sensuality that she had never known in the caresses they had exchanged before."

  • Goodness me, what a vindictive man, holding on to his hate all those years. It's a wonder the poison didn't kill him! Vicious and nasty, calling her bitch on their first meeting after 10 years.

    'I loved you, damn you' he snarled - woh. okaay. 'God, you're hard....' Phillipa breathes. 'I'm what you made me,' he corrected cruelly, 'Do you feel proud of your handiwork? Does it give you a thrill to know that you and you alone are responsible for what I am today?' She was both fascinated and revolted by what he had become - get a grip dude. Imagine 10 chapters of his relentless hate and I really do mean it's a wonder he didn't die from self-inflicted poisoning. 'Scott, don't do this.' Fear raced as Philippa fought against him.'This is rape, Scott.''No.' His lips were bared in a grin that reminded her of a wolf before it attacked its prey. You and you alone are responsible for the fact that I don't trust the female race, and now you're going to pay.' 'How, by you raping me?' 'With very little encouragement I could take great pleasure in hurting you, both physically and mentally'. he added with soft savagery. 'I could very easily derive intense pleasure from watching you suffer.' 'By raping me, you mean?'

    'I can't help it if you have a chip on your shoulder, Scott.' 'I can't help it,' he mimicked savagely, grasping her shoulders. 'Don't give me that, you two-faced little bitch. He was shaking her almost violently, letting her go so suddenly that Philippa staggered back against the panelling, jolting her shoulder so painfully that she had to suppress a cry of pain. 'Hurt, did it?' Scott asked succinctly, I'll enjoy inflicting pain on you. I ache to see you hurting ... ache.... The violence gets even worse and I'm appalled at the reviews that call this abusive domestic violence a love story.

    Unbelievably after all the hatred he poured on her he asks her - `Philippa, why do you hate touching me so much?' Aaah, thick much? Let me give you a possible reason - 'do you think I would allow a bitch like you to have my child? But I loved a chimera, someone who didn't exist, I loved a cheating, greedy little bitch. No, I don't wish you'd had my child, Phillipa. In fact I thank God that I never burdened a child of mine with a mother like you.' And we all know what your "job" will be don't we, "Pippa"? And you'd go to him, wouldn't you? Wouldn't you?' He was practically shaking her, where she stood, and she fought to get away from him.

    Excuse me, domestic violence much?! Too bad the story has become so repulsive that his boohoo I love you all the whole time I treated like you like scum was laughable. Not even an apology mind you for all the hate and spiteful jeers - just, um why do you hate touching me......? d-uh. Despite title and other reviews, there is no way Phillipa is to be blamed for Scott's vitriolic bitterness nd you certainly can't justify his hateful spite onto innocence son Simon.

    I did not like the anguish 10 yr old Scott was put thru. Philippa could see that her son was becoming distressed but she is a doormat, letting her son suffer rather than stand up to Scott's constant mean-hearted, self-righteous bullying (it's ALWAYS someone else's fault isn't it) .

    'Let go of my mother, you're hurting her.' 'I hate you,' Simon stormed childishly at Scott, who still maintained his grip on her arm. 'I wish I'd never found out that. . . .' Simon's voice shrill where it had been hoarse''... you are my father.... I hate you ... I hate you.' The last thing she remembered was the sound of Simon's voice, frightened and full of pain as he screamed out, 'You've killed my mother.

    Horrible ugly story.