Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Review: Twelve Nights by Hope Tarr

Title: Twelve Nights
Author: Hope Tarr

Read copy: eBook
Published: December 1, 2009
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426844433
ISBN-13: 9781426844430

Bad boy Callum Fraser is head over heels for the first time in his life. Only his beloved, the Lady Alys, is keeping him out of her bed until their wedding Christmas morning. It's enough to drive a man crazy!

Still, he intends to make up for his restraint. There are many ways to seduce, and Callum's a master at all of them. His goal? To leave Alys shivering in desire, anticipating the many delicious ways he'll bring her pleasure on their wedding night and throughout the twelve days of Christmas.

At least that's the plan...until Alys's dead first husband shows up, very much alive!

My rating:

I’m a sucker for HR, yet I didn’t even finish the first chapter of this story. The heroine, a former prostitute, accepted a lord’s proposal, yet refused to allow him any access to her body, except for a few chaste kisses, until the day of their wedding. She wasn’t a virgin, she had also been married before, but wanted to feel like one on their wedding night. Stringing a guy along by his boy-club membership card for seven months was suddenly a huge reading-enthusiasm-dampener.
Until next time...Maybe.


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