Considering Kate (The Stanislaskis: Those Wild Ukrainians #6)
A man didn't often come across a woman as gorgeous, sensuou ...more
One of my favorite parts of this book is the parallel that is created between the romance of Kate and Brody, and romance of Kate's mother and father, Natasha and Spence (Taming Natasha, Stanislaskis #1). The romances start o ...more
She meets the hero in her mother's shop and starts hitting on him and then finds out later that he is a widower raising his six year old son Jack and does not want to get involved but Kate is a modern woman who knows what she wants and makes all the moves. For, Brody his business and son is his priority and he doesn't ne ...more
Kate ünlü bir balerin.. Ancak ailesine duyduğu özlem sebebiyle bie bale okulu açıp, çocuklara öğretmenlik yapmaya karar vererek doğup büyüdüğü yere dönüyor.. Ve okulu açacağı binanın restorasyon işlerini yapacak olan Brody ve oğlu Jack ile tanışınca yeni bir hedefin peşinden koşuyor..
Bu kadın daha çok böyle seri yazsın.. Her seferinde söylüyorum bunu... Aile ilişkilerini o kadar güzel anlatıyor ki okumaya doy ...more
(Família Stanislaski), ou seja comecei exactamente pela ultima historia! :S
mas há parte de tudo isso, foi uma historia "fofinha" com alguma atitude dos personagens.... "quero mas nao sei se quero" ... :D
mas a protagonista acaba por vencer e convencer e tudo acaba bem com um "Happy Ending" amoroso!
(quando mete crianças ao barulho fica tudo tão mais docinho) heheheh
leitura bastante agradável e rapida, ...more
She'd turned her back on glamour and fame
and Kate Stanislaski Kimball had come home to begin a new life. The only thing
more perfect than the beautiful--dilapidated--building she'd bought for her new
dance school was Brody O'Connell, the frustrating, surprisingly fascinating
contractor she'd hired for the renovation.
A man didn't often come across
a woman as gorgeous, sensuous, provocative...and utterly irritating as Kate. But
Brody was determined to resist her effortless allure. She was Natash
She's pampered, spoiled and a socialite--plus, the last thing a widowed single dad needs. Except, he craves her. Kate's beautiful, irritating, and a ...more
I was really kind of nervous to read this book. I loved Nick and Freddies story so much, and Kate was really the only character we didn't get to know very well before hand. So I was worried that this book wouldn't hold the candle to Nick and Freddie. Boy was I worrying over nothing!!
Right away I was in love with Kate and Brody and more importantly, with Jack.
Nora Roberts does a fantastic job writing her Male and Female main characters, but she ...more
The parallels between them and the rest of the family that made this generation of Stanislaskis seem like an organic continuation of the last which was nice.
And there were a few deliciously steamy moments, as one should expect.
It was a good f ...more
But like I said before the star of the bo ...more
It was easy for me to like this book, mostly cause I didn't have many expectations. It's written in easy language, it's predictable from front to back. But there were some cute moments that made me think: 'Aaawww'.
The plot is easily told. Famous ballet dancer turns back to the roots, comes back home. Buys a building to open her own ballet school. Cute widowed contractor (with child) comes along and they fall in love. Short fight, happy ending. But ...more
I'm usually not one for kids in a story but this one stole the show. He was cute and charming and his father's love for h ...more
Eleanor Marie Robertson was born on October 10, 1950 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. She was the youngest of five children, also the only girl, of a marriage with Irish ancestors. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life. She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During her ...more