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Prince of Lies (Dangerous Liaisons) (Harlequin Presents, No 1783) e-book

Author:

Robyn Donald

Language:

English

Category:

Romance

Subcategory:

Contemporary

ePub size:

1523 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Harlequin (November 1, 1995)

ISBN:

0373117833

Prince of Lies (Dangerous Liaisons) (Harlequin Presents, No 1783) e-book

by Robyn Donald


Re Prince of Lies - Robyn Donald does suspense in this whacktastic addition to both the Dangerous Liasons series and also RD's very own Chapman/Jerrard series. The book starts off with a predator on the hunt kinda man walking up to a facsimile of a Victorian Crypt in Switzerland and using a set of keys to open it's new shiny lock.

Used availability for Robyn Donald's Prince of Lies.

1995) (A book in the Dangerous Liaisons series) A novel by Robyn Donald closer than a lover, but I'm not goingto touch yo. .He called himself Duke and, like a prince on a charger,he'd rescued Stephanie from a nightmare kidnap situation. Used availability for Robyn Donald's Prince of Lies. January 1996 : UK Hardback.

Dangerous Liaisons/Love Letters seriesRobyn Donald. Flirting With Danger (Dangerous Liaisons) (Harlequin Presents, No 1818). A wonderful book from Robyn Donald, interesting to read from page one to the end. The characters are really great

Dangerous Liaisons/Love Letters seriesRobyn Donald. The characters are really great. A story of two people meeting and falling in love in the wrong place at the wrong time. This book really captured my heart.

Items related to Prince of Lies (Dangerous Liaisons) (Harlequin Presents . He called himself Duke and, like a prince on a charger, he'd rescued Stephanie from a nightmare kidnap situation.

Items related to Prince of Lies (Dangerous Liaisons) (Harlequin Presents,. Robyn Donald Prince of Lies (Dangerous Liaisons) (Harlequin Presents, No 1783). ISBN 13: 9780373117833. Prince of Lies (Dangerous Liaisons) (Harlequin Presents, No 1783). Stephanie felt it would be foolish to trust him when, it seems, his tender passion could change without warning to uncompromising ruthlessness. to Duke's smoldering sexuality - to her own desire. And she couldn't help wondering what the price of her freedom would be!

Dangerous Liaisons Books, Toronto, Ontario. WARNING: Some material found here is only for the open minded.

Dangerous Liaisons Books, Toronto, Ontario.

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Dangerous Men and Adventurous Women

Dangerous Men and Adventurous Women. Robyn Donald creates self-sufficient men replete with rock solid confidence. The women show stamina and fighting spirit. Since men are quick to acknowledge this vital force, Robyn casts them into the role of hunter and as women label it as a weakness to despise and overcome, she makes them the prey.

It was found that the Prince was the hardest of al.

He called himself Duke and, like a prince on a charger, he'd rescued Stephanie from a nightmare kidnap situation. Stephanie felt it would be foolish to trust him when, it seems, his tender passion could change without warning to uncompromising ruthlessness. In effect, she was still a hostage...to Duke's smoldering sexuality - to her own desire. And she couldn't help wondering what the price of her freedom would be!
Sudert
Not only was this book bad, it was BAD. Some harlequins are so bad they are actually good. It is sort of like the train wretch you can't stop looking at. This train wretch was not good, it was horrible. Obviously, this is an old harlequin. Some of them stand the test of time. This one does not. Clearly, it was written for the audience that like H's that treat and speak to the h's horribly. This one shot at h for goodness sakes! Then just walk right back to the h's life, no heart and flowers, just biting and rude and then HEA. Just not the type of story I like at all. I did not find any redeeming qualities about the story at all.
Redfury
BACK COVER: "I'm going to stick close to you...closer than a lover, but I'm not going to touch you... "

He called himself Duke and, like a prince on a charger, he'd rescued Stephanie from a nightmare kidnap situation.

Stephanie felt it would be foolish to trust him when, it seemed, his tender passion could change without warning to uncompromising ruthlessness.

In effect, she was still a hostage...to Duke's smoldering sexuality--to her own desire. And she couldn't help wondering what the price of her freedom would be

MY REVIEW: Stephanie is kidnapped and locked in a coffin for several days. Her white knight, Duke/Adam, comes in to save her and things don't add up for her right away. However, she truly wants to believe that he is a good guy, but evidence begins to point the other way!

I liked this one because you really weren't sure about Duke/Adam, and Stephanie actually used her brains! After Stephanie's run in w/ Duke/Adam she is left to get on w/ her life - five years! I guess that is to take out the whole falling in love w/ a potential bad guy scenario? Worked, somewhat. Still could have had leftover feelings from those five years as she was so impressionable, but believed that she was stronger in the end. I enjoyed their love story, but still think it odd that Duke/Adam felt he was being threatened by the bad guys because of a recording. Given what he was really involved in, I'm sure they could have made that disappear and possibly even did something else w/ Stephanie but then hindsight is 20/20. Overall it was a nice angsty book that kept you wondering about Duke/Adam's true allegiance, and it was aptly named as well!

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