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Raul's Revenge

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"Raul's reason for revenge..."Penny seized her opportunity to save the love she and Raul shared and proposed marriage--but he turned her down flat! The misunderstandings of the past few weeks had left their mark and now Raul had got his revenge; he seemed to think Penny was nothing but a gold-digging tramp.

But of all the gifts Raul had given Penny, none could match the one
ebook, 192 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published January 1st 1997)
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Raul irritated me sometimes, but then Penny puts up w/ a lot from him. He would disrespect her, call her degrading names and act as though she was some kind of brainless wonder! Yes, it all stems back to something from his past – doesn’t it always?

After putting up w/ a lot of stuff from his former fiancée as well as Raul constant inability to trust her, Penny finally decides to cut her losses. Of course, Raul told her to go and made a smarmy comment to boot. Yet, conveniently when he comes acro
One of the best Harlequin series I've ever read. The hero is passionate and possessive without coming across as arrogant and pompous. Definitely a personal favorite of mine!
Not sure about this one. I absolutely agree with the h's own assessment of herself as a doormat. She also doesn't have much backbone in my opinion. The H is absolutely horrific, he actually did quite a few things that bordered criminal, plus you just don't get a sense that he respects h much as the author didn't offer much glimpses into his feelings via the pov of the clueless was alternately horrified by his treatment of her, and exasperated by h weak character ...till towards the end, w ...more
Cute little twist but not much to the story at all...
I felt the hero didn't redeem himself and that it was an abrupt ending...
i hated the hero...
okay this book was disturbing.raul is not just an asshole but actually tries to force himself on penny.i can never see that as romantic or angsty.

„A pirate?' Raul spun to face her, one dark brow arched sardonically. 'Really, Penny!' He almost smiled. 'A Freudian slip? A subtle invite to rape and pillage, perhaps? You are getting desperate.'

no woman asks for rape.its ur mind that does it,you pervert.not cool.
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Jacqueline Baird was born on the 1st of April at home in a small village Northumbria, England, UK, where she raised. She went to the local village school, and later an all-girls' grammar school where she passed the University of Oxford General Certificate of Education in various subjects. On leaving school she joined the civil service in the then Post Office department.

She met her husband Jim, whe
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