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Yours for the Taking (Domestic Gods #4)
He might be too good to be true...
Ben Walsh shouldn't be single. Handsome and wealthy, Ben is equally at home in Idaho where he grew up and in Manhattan where he's now an art dealer. Suave and successful with impeccable taste, he normally has women beating down his door. But the one woman he wants can't be convinced that he's for real...
She isn't sure if she has time fo...more
I LOVED how Gina found out Ben wasn't ga ...more
This is the fourth book in the Domestic Gods series, but I promise you dear book-OCD people, it works wonderfully as a stand-alone.
Gina is as he calls is a fiery little Latin pixie. She is sure stubborn, and she is used to taking care of herself. She doesn't need help from anyone. Ben is the perfect man, so she believes he is gay. Because he can dress (well not in Idaho she finds out), he can cook, and he is everything a man should be. He needs a wife, she doesn't want to marry, but ...more
Ben is a cowboy at heart, but also a Manhattan metrosexual who enjoys women...lots of women, just without any complications. His grandfather, a wily though manipulative loving relative, has given Ben a short period of time to marry, otherwise his grandf ...more
Ben Walsh is a handsome, sexy, successful businessman who wants to inherit his grandfather's ranch in boring Idaho. The catch, however, is that Ben must be married an ...more
The hero, on the other hand, was just fine. Who couldn't or wouldn't love a ...more
Benjamin Walsh's grandfather wont let him have the ranch he loves until Ben marries. Gina Reyes never thought she would marry, but she agrees to the business arrangement Ben "proposes". He gets his ranch and his grandfather off his back; Gina gets a house and enough nmoney to fund a missing person investigation and help her sister and brother-in-law buy a home. But she soon finds that her marriage of convenience isn't all that convenien ...more
Ben offers Gina 12.5 million and a house worth 10 million dollars. Gina’s not the kind that likes the mo ...more
This started out as a great book and then somewhere along the line it just lost me. The unusual circumstances that bring the 2 main characters together is amusing, and I enjoyed them from the previous books. The story was moving along fine, and although Gina, the h, over thought everything, it was developing into a sweet romance…and a hot one at that. Then in steps the grandfather, who I never really found to be endearing, just manipulating and crass with ...more
Both characters were introduced in previous novels. Gina is just a bitch who won't listen, won't forgive and won't give in. Ben won't stand up for himself and tell his Grandfather to stuff his ultimatums. I didn't really like either character, but I actually disliked Gina. Not ...more
And then there was Ben's family - taking Gina's side to such an extent that they would stop speaking to him. I don't know h ...more
Out of the series I think "Yours for the Taking" was my favorite. I have to say though I felt this was a different Gina and Ben than who was introduced to us in the beginning books. To me, this was not the same Ben who tickled Belle on the couch to annoy Mike or the same Gina who was a total bitch to Rich.
The story was great and Robin Kaye did a great job of setting up the book to start another spin off series with Trapper, Hunter, Karma and Fischer. As my friends know I lov ...more
The story was about Ben Walsh, a buff, handsome, tall, dark, rich and successful man who needed a wife in order to save his land from being sold by his grandfather. Hence enter a distant friend of his, Gina the curvaceous latina. They agreed to be married in name only and treated it as a business arrangement.
That being said, ...more
Plus, she thinks he’s gay.
The marriage-of-convenience trope still works, even in contemporary novels like Robin Kaye’s Yours for th ...more
Ben is perfect - he is wealthy, a good cook, and a dog loves him. I'm sure there are other good things, I just can' ...more
Book 4 in The Domestic Gods Series
Gina Reyez had a tough life. Her mom was a whore and her dad was a drug addict. She began taking care of her sister at a young age. Even now that Tina was married, Gina still wanted to protect and take care of her little sister. And she held another weight on her shoulders, something that happened when she was six and yet she blames herself. She wants to make enough money to buy a home for herself, help her sister, and solve the ...more
What makes is just okay to someone who is a HUGE Robin Kaye fan? The heroine, Gina, she was an annoying bitch who was just downright mean most of the time! I didn't like her in the previous books she was in either. At times I wished that I could call her and tell her off! I know crazy, right? There was absolutely NOTHING I liked about her. Ben deserved so much more than her. Don't get m ...more
Gina was street smart and successful on her own. She had grown up hard and had pretty much raised her little sister. Even though her sister was now married, she had a hard time not w ...more
Contemporary Romance- Jan. 1st, 2011
This is a light-hearted read that lovers of chick lit will enjoy.
Ben Walsh has everything: looks, money, and a great personality. But Ben is in trouble. His impatient grandfather wants Ben to get married and produce heirs, and he has demanded Ben marry or be disinherited from the family ranch. The problem? Ben's only female friends are married or don't want to marry him. So he decides to ask one of their friends, a wom ...more
She’s lived in half a dozen states from Idaho to Flor ...more