Far From Perfect
Enduring passion, turbulent emotions, and an engagement of convenience…
At age twenty, Anna Felgate rid herself of her unwanted virginity with the one man she adored—Nick Lisitano, long-time family friend and legendary lover. But that one taste of passion branded her soul for all time—and still casts a long shadow, four celibate years later.
Their single night of matchle...more
Even thought this book has a low rating on this site at the moment (2 something), I feel like I need to explain exactly what I disliked about this book.
You need to understand that Portia Da Costa is not a bad writer. At least I don't think so. She is British, I think, so that might explain for some of the awkward and wooden dialogue (Its my perception because I'm not used to the slightly different English, is what I mean). I was able to finish this book, and a lot ...more
Judging the book by its cover has landed me in hot water this time.
Usually books I pick up from Samhain provide an entertaining read, but the whole Nick and the unrequited love thing and the callous way in which he proposes an engagement of convenience with a woman who has been in his life from her childhood though he is twelve years older than her just didn't sit well with me.
I don't know how to describe it, but something failed to grab me wit ...more
Ends as expected...this would have been typical of a Mill's & Boon romance.
Best I can say is just 3 stars.