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Restless Nights (The Dysarts #4)

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Adam Dysart's charisma and arrogance turn Gabriel's normally balanced emotions to Jell-O!

Staying alone at her family's isolated farmhouse, it doesn't take more than a few restless nights to make her long for a strong and reassuring male presence. But Gabriel knows if she lets Adam into her life, he'll try to tempt her into his bed--and she's determined not to let that happ
ebook, Harlequin Presents #2244, 192 pages
Published January 2011 by Harlequin Books (first published June 2001)
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This book was way too long, it could of had as much detail and been a novella. I was kind of annoyed by it and how long it was taking, I started to fall asleep. The story as a whole is pretty good but I don't quite appreciate how it was written, I expected more!
Stephanie Bolen
Blech, it was neither here nor there. The only saving grace was the details about the restoration. The characters were sketches, the plot non-existant, the pacing slow and cumbersome, and on a whole it didn't feel real. The antagonism between them could have been real Beatrice and Benadict style stuff, but instead it was a little bit bitchy then she's swept off her feet.
Usually when I DNF a book, I feel angry about it, as if the author let me down. I don't feel that way with this. I put it down at 39% and felt good about it. the book just wasn't to my tastes, not the author's fault. it read like a Regency with cellphones.
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