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The Most Coveted Prize e-book

Author:

Penny Jordan

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

Women's Fiction

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1610 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Harlequin Presents; Original edition (October 25, 2011)

ISBN:

0373130236

The Most Coveted Prize e-book

by Penny Jordan


She did genuinely and really love Vasilii, even if he was the most aggravatingly old-fashioned, moralistic and over-protective brother anyone could have

She did genuinely and really love Vasilii, even if he was the most aggravatingly old-fashioned, moralistic and over-protective brother anyone could have. However, there was something about him which drew and compelled her beyond reason, beyond duty, beyond anything and everything she had ever known or expected to know.

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Russian oligarch Kiryl Androvonov has one rival: billionaire Vasilii Demidov. Luckily, Vasilii has an Achilles' heel - his younger, over-protected half-sister Alena. Kiryl's master plan is to seduce the tantalisingly beautiful Alena. Then, once he's had his fill, use her to blackmail Vasilii for the contract that will complete his business empire. It's a winner-takes-all situation for the Russian tycoon, as Alena herself might well be the most coveted prize of all. Until she discovers just how ruthlessly Kiryl has been using her.

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Russian oligarch Kiryl Androvonov has one rival: billionaire Vasilii Demidov. Luckily, Vasilii has an Achilles' heel—his younger, overprotected half sister Alena.…Kiryl's master plan is to seduce the tantalizingly beautiful Alena. Then, once he's had his fill, he'll use her to blackmail Vasilii for the contract that will complete his business empire.The Russian tycoon can't lose—this might be the business deal of the century, however it's Alena he covets most of all. But then she discovers just how ruthlessly Kiryl has been using her….
Kelenn
This is a story of rivals who try to 'one up' each other. In this two part story. In this story Kiryl is after Vasilii, how better to get at him but thru his sister, Alena. Now is the set up suduce her to get at the brother. But does it work? Will Kiryl find his salvation in the hands of Alena? I have ejoyed Penny Jordans work in the past but this series of two books was not my favorite.
Hǻrley Quinn
First I love Penny Jordan and she is one of my favorite authors, but this was not one of her better stories. Probably wouldn't read it again.
Kajishakar
Ms Jordan's current writing style leeches all of the fun out of the story. It feels pretentious. All of those endless paragraphs spent describing the architecture and decorations in various building could have been better spent on the hero being made to suffer for his dastardly actions. The heroine is so naïve it's painful. In fact it is extremely difficult to connect with either of these characters. I flipped through most of the book. Not one of her better efforts.
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I completely agree with the previous reviewer. It's exhausting reading these endless and unnecessarily wordy sentences and paragraphs. Example: "She might `only' be nineteen, as Vasilii was so fond of reminding her, but she was more than old enough to know from the one tremulous, daring glance she had risked earlier in the week into those malachite-green eyes--so matching in colour the awesome columns of malachite in St Petersburg's Winter Palace--exactly what the man now standing engaged in conversation with another Russian on the other side of the exclusive hotel's even more exclusive lounge lobby was." ????? This is the norm rather than the exception to how this entire book is written. The cumbersome writing style makes it a chore to get through rather than an enjoyable read. The story is nowhere compelling enough to make up for that, so give this one a skip.
Nirn
I would not recommend this book to anyone. The author put more effort into describing dresses and architecture than she put into coming up with an actual plot line. She has a young, naïve girl who wants to run her mother's charity meet an older, more experienced man who she happens to fall in love with very soon after meeting him. All the while - wait for it - he's revealed to be her brother's business rival. And she is shocked & hurt when he doesn't profess to love her after they went away to Russia together - after having just met. REALLY??!

This book relied on cliché's & going to lavish parties. There was no character development either. The girl wants to run a supposedly well-known charity but she has no college education - not if you don't count smiling and allowing her older brother to plan her life for her. I don't understand how a person can run a lucrative charity without a college education and at least taking a few courses in economics/business to at least understand the business aspect of it. This heroine seemed to have no practical understanding of the world if her idea of independence was to run a charity without first making sure she had a backup plan & can get a job outside of it. Overall, this book gets an F. I'm surprised it was published because it shouldn't have been.
Olma
It does not give me pleasure to write this review at all. I have always held Penny Jordan in high regards when it comes to Harlequin Romance novels. So I found myself shocked that this was a product she put out. The book was a bore! I found myself flipping pages hoping I would get to something spicy yet continue to get the same mundane naivete from her character. When reading we all expect background info and other tid bits to help us envision the scene set before us. Yet to describe in great detail as she did in certain parts of the book was unnecessary. I have not given up faith in Mrs Jordan but this book was a no go.

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