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Ultiple twist at the very end where suprising The sex slave part of the story was a suprise and I eally didn t see it comeing it made sense in a way and the built up to it with the main characters play helped understand better what was happening when the main female was emerges into that enviroment Overall Meh and that
s all I have to say Good book with an unusual hero heroine set in an exotic location Funall I have to say Good book with an unusual hero heroine set in an exotic location Fun enjoyable I very much enjoy Thea Devine s books Her writing expects the eader to think and observe Intricate stories with surprising twists yet still The Pink Pearl romantic In this book the two daughters of a archeologist Sir Peregrine lose first their mother and a short time later their father There are mysteries here and Alexandra the older had his confidence but many uestions were left unanswered at his death Allegra the younger sister disappears in the company of a neighbor Dzmura who is involved with Sir Peregrine sesearch in the middle East Alexandra accompanies her father s business associate to find her sister pursuing them into a world where anyone could be your enemy Beyond Desire is the first book I have ead by author
Thea Devine Let me start off by saying I am not a book eviewer or blogger so I will notDevine Let me start off by saying I am not a book The Violinist and The Son of Redhead: Two Plays by Leonard Melfi reviewer or blogger so I will not to be able to do something efficiently that I have no experience doing ieeviewing a book which is someone else s hard work and labour of love My main intention for writing this Fairy Tales are True: Silent Reach from the Dunes to the Khumba Mela review at all is to see if anyone else who may haveead this book felt the way I did I wanted to love it but I couldn t For a description of what this book is about you can click on the cover picture to Galaxies in the Universe: An Introduction read about it It is considered eroticomance but is also historical adventure mystery etc Oh and Ryder Culhane the main characterhero just knows things in a loosely described ESP Irish kind of way The difficulty I had in losing myself in the story was it tended to be too many things at once not too many genres or storylines too many styles of writing including speech cadence dialogue whatever the technical terms are Portions of the erotic Dying to Be Ill: True Stories of Medical Deception romance scenes between the main characters are amazing and the character development of the heroine Alexandra DeLisle speak to me and my experiences to a degree The portions of mysterious thrill seeking cross country adventures are excellent as well and almostemind me of watching an Indiana Jones movie There is one descriptive scene about the innoccuous act of brewing tea that I love and have marked on Goodreads as one of my favourite uotes This should make me want to Octavio's Journey rate this book as a 4 or a 5 The whole of the book is like a badly stitched patchwork uilt The story lines and characters flow and make sense but I can teally describe itit s like the technical parts of putting the story together are not meshing as cohesively The East these unlikely lovers Alexandra DeLisle and Ryder Culhane isk a passion that will test the. A love scene that lasts 100 pages That s all I need to say This is the most sexy book I have ever ead Hot omance fans will absolutely adore this desert tale
OF SEX AND PASSIONPRIM ALEXANDRA ANDsex and passionPrim Alexandra and adventurer Ryder Culhane have every kind of sex you can possibly imagine They are out to ecover a pair of priceless bracelets that Alexandra s archaeologist father dug up long ago Unfortunately Alexandra s spoiled and sexy little sister Allegra has fallen completely under the spell of evil foreign collector Dzmura and it looks like he has the bracelets Journeying to Persia to confront him Alexandra is separated from her ugged Ryder and falls into the clutches of the evil Dzmura herself But when her intense training in the arts of pleasure turns Alexandra into a
Willing Slave Herself Can Even Ryder Save Her In TimeOnlyslave herself can even Ryder save her in timeOnly words can truly describe this sexy omanceHot hot hot Alexandra s father dies leaving two bracelets he excavated behind and a big mystery Culhane shows up asking about Alex s father s investigations They journey to the Middle East after Alex s sister Allegra disappears with a mysterious neighbor Alex makes a deal with Culhane she ll be his sex slave if he takes her with him As they journey across the continent she succumbs to his sexual allure Ok so I will NOT be Organizing Power recommending this guys to anyone I hate to give badeviews on books because there are things in every story that are appealing but when the over all isn t that great I have to lay it out A few things about the writing itself again I feel bad for critisizing but Bipedal, By Pedal: Confidential Mad Libs really first who ever editted this book should be fired I might just be overly analetentive but when she says something and later it says he drives me crazy The language used was extremely confusing in the first half of the book once I got over the confusion I understood but #i didn t like that i had to #didn t like that I had to through than 100 pages before I could work it out Maybe I m a little dense Now the story itself The overall plot became very interesting through the middle which I was very happy about as I said before the first half was just very confuseing the POV changes without warning and it is very hard to follow Again it got better as the book progressed but getting there was a problem The love scense where hot but discribing the male member than 3 4 time in the span of 2 pages if over kill I GET IT his is blessed in the front ENOUGH already Over kill is an understatement to the Lost Treasure repeditive verbage in this book Someone should have given the author a thesaurus because I m sure that there are other ways to say voluptuous and nakeness very annoying after the 100th time OK now that I got most of the negatives out of the way a few positives for the book The story it s self was actualeally interesting I like the premise and the From a private berth on the Orient Express to the finest hotels in Europe to the mystical gateway of.