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Hostage of Passion

2.41  ·  Rating Details  ·  22 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
"You can t keep me here against my will!"

Sarah couldn't escape the brooding power of Francisco Garcia Casals. He was always there taunting her, watching her, touching her... .

Sarah knew she was bait in a clever game of blackmail. Her womanizing father had disappeared with Franciscos innocent young sister, and Francisco would stop at nothing to force them to return. Taking
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Hardcover, Large Print, 288 pages
Published June 1st 1996 by Thorndike Press (first published January 1st 1995)
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Self-Proclaimed Book Ninja)
I can't give this four stars because I felt my attention wandering (although I did have a lot on my mind). It was a good book, and I loved the fact that Sarah was able to keep Francisco on his toes. I really like when a heroine is not struck dumb by the awesomeness of the hero and manages to keep her faculties, despite her developing attraction and emotional bond with the hero. Although it seemed as though he had the upper hand, there was more even-handedness in the power struggle than I usually ...more
Christine
Apr 21, 2015 Christine rated it it was ok
It was ok. I think others would heavily enjoy this read but I have come across stories like this so it was nothing new. Don't be discouraged by my rating - it still was an enjoyable read.
 Danielle The Book Huntress (Self-Proclaimed Book Ninja)
I can't give this four stars because I felt my attention wandering (although I did have a lot on my mind). It was a good book, and I loved the fact that Sarah was able to keep Francisco on his toes. I really like when a heroine is not struck dumb by the awesomeness of the hero and manages to keep her faculties, despite her developing attraction and emotional bond with the hero. Although it seemed as though he had the upper hand, there was more even-handedness in the power struggle than I usually ...more
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Found this book bland. The romance between Hero & heroine was unconvincing. The sexual chemistry & overall sensuality was tepid. I skipped pages just to get it over with.

Minutely recommended.
Tia
Sep 20, 2012 Tia rated it it was ok
It was alright but sometimes so obviously boring. I can say some parts were good, I didn't feel any huge passion as I read it though.
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