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A Hard-Hearted Hero

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Capturing Lizzie was easy...

Caleb Trent told himself that kidnapping Elizabeth Lancaster was for her own good. Besides, his little brother's last wish was for him to take care of the woman. As a rogue ex-commando, Caleb had no trouble "rescuing" her from the risky situation she was in. Holding on to her was another matter.

Releasing her was impossible...

ebook, 224 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Temptation 90s (first published 1997)
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This was a 'WTF HP rec' and the first half definitely had some banner wtf moments. He kidnapped her from a hippie commune to deprogram her, something she didn't need. He terrified and humiliated her in the process and I wanted to scratch the H's eyes out for his arrogance and callousness. The heroine held her own though. I really liked her. She was strong, smart, and resourceful without being some super-powered Mary Sue. She knew when she was at a disadvantage and instead of stomping her feet an ...more
This book didn't work for me at all. Why? First of I am not a masochist and I do not enjoy reading a book where the hero treats the heroine like shit. He kidnaps her and keeps her captive, why? Well he thinks she is the woman who broke his little bro's heart and led to his suicide and as he promised, he will deprogram her 'coz she joined a cult. I found his treatment of her demeaning and I couldn't believe that the heroine didn't leave him when she could and instead had sex with him. Eeew! I did ...more
Dec 20, 2012 Cem73 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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