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Colliding with a gorgeous man in London's National Gallery leads Annie to sharing days of steamy passion with him, closeted in her hotel room. Even when she discovers that Vin owns the company buying hers, she can't get him out of her mind -- or her bed. Poor Vin is going blind. Can she deny him his last sight of a woman's naked body? Vin's worries are piling up -- the com ...more
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Published November 1st 2011 by Carina Press
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I thought this was going to be another erotic romance with a light storyline. It was anything but that and I was pleasantly surprised. This story was full of steamy hot romance, suspense, and a very moving plot. This story was so very emotional for me and it makes me wonder if the author has family or herself went through what the characters did.

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Dinjolina
I remember reading that Hitchcock turned down the scrip for the 'Phone booth'. He told the author that it was good, it had potential, but even thou the 'Why' of the whole plot was written it was not shown very well and centering with that the characters acted erratic and unfocused. There just was no real reason for the whole film to be done in a freaking phone booth!

This could be applied to 'Learning to trust'.
The story existed. There were some dimensional characters. But aside from the main two
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Dec 14, 2011 Scooper Speaks rated it liked it
Favorite Lines: "Leading the way up the steep staircase to the hallway increased her tension. That short skirt meant if he looked up, she was hiding very little. She didn't know if he did, but the thought made heat roll through her in waves." (p. 27, egalley)

Lynne Connolly popped onto my radar with her story about betrayal, lust and love: Learning to Trust. She is the author of over 40 books, but I hadn't heard of her before I picked up an egalley of her work from Netgalley. The story is a conte
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Lisabet Sarai
Dec 13, 2011 Lisabet Sarai rated it really liked it
Five years ago, society party girl Bellina Mazzante Forde and playboy Byron Brantley drew out all the cash they could muster, destroyed their credit cards, and ran away to Europe. Since that time, Byron's brother Jonathan has searched for the wayward pair, without success. Then an anonymous tip leads him to Naples, where he finds Bellina (now calling herself Lina) living in a simple one-room flat and working in a cafe in the dangerous part of town, while Byron is dead of a heroin overdose.

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Rebecca
Nov 28, 2011 Rebecca rated it it was amazing
Molto Bene! Learning To Trust by Lynne Connolly was so much more than a traditional romance. With its emotional storyline and darker theme, the book will appeal to more than your average romance reader. And a lover of all things Italian… landscape, architecture, men, gelato… the setting of this book also enchanted to me.

Connolly’s straight-forward writing style made the story fly by, the story progressing at an even pace while the reader experienced the journey along with Jonathan and Lina. Read
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Paloma Beck
Apr 04, 2012 Paloma Beck rated it it was amazing
Molto Bene! Learning To Trust by Lynne Connolly was so much more than a traditional romance. With its emotional storyline and darker theme, the book will appeal to more than your average romance reader. And a lover of all things Italian… landscape, architecture, men, gelato… the setting of this book also enchanted to me.

Connolly’s straight-forward writing style made the story fly by, the story progressing at an even pace while the reader experienced the journey along with Jonathan and Lina. Read
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Tracy
Nov 03, 2011 Tracy rated it really liked it
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This is one of my ARC's I received to read and one that I really enjoyed. I love a good Romantic-Suspense book. This one does not disappoint and has lots of of hot, steamy scenes to go with it. A Great read!
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I was born in Leicester, England, and lived in our cobbler’s shop with my parents and sister. It was an old house and most definitely haunted, but I didn’t find out until I left that my great uncle had hung himself in the living room! But I think our ghost might have been older than that. It was built on the site of the old Roman cemetery, and the land had been constantly inhabited, being in the c ...more
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