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The End of Her Innocence

3.22 of 5 stars 3.22  ·  rating details  ·  67 ratings  ·  10 reviews
A dangerous yet irresistible temptation…

Before her heart became the latest one discarded in wild abandon by the even wilder Darius Maynard, housekeeper Chloe Benson fled her beloved village. Returning home years later, she finds the notorious rogue’s flashing green eyes and mocking comments still infuriate . . . and excite her! Suddenly upgraded from spare to heir, Darius
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #3055, 192 pages
Published March 2012 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2012)
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The heroine Chloe has been time working away and is now ready to go back home and marry her long term boyfriend. However when she gets back home, nothing seems to go as planned; her boyfriend is distant and preoccupied, her Aunt and Uncle are planning to move away, and the hero Darius is back, which makes Chloe feel awkward. Darius was once the village bad boy, whom left in disgrace seven years ago after apparently being found in bed with his brother's wife. That had also been the same night tha ...more
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I am such a Sara Craven fangirl and this book didn't disappoint me. It was a slow build to a sexual love. There are 2 evil other women in this one as well as a decoy safe fiance that the heroine purports to love. It is angsty and it is Old Skool. <3
I really liked it. I am a big fan of most of Sara Craven's books. This one was a pleasant refreshing change from the same old formula in most harlequin books. I like the h & H and their chemistry was convincing. Definitely planned to re-read! Thank goodness no questionable forced seductions!
Hilarious. From the description, I did think it was going to be more historical instead of "present day," but whatever.

The sex scenes were quite steamy, but not that well written. And the virgin seduced by rich younger son is pretty over-used, but it's not like I picked this up for the literary quality.
I have never been so bored in my life. I skimmed through at least half of it. The interaction between the hero and heroine is dull and isn't the central part of the story. Not a good read. And certainly not one of her best.
loved this novel.. As a matter of fact this is what a real Romance novel is suppose to be about. Everything was imaginable from the characters to the setting , conflict, and plot. Praise to Sara Craven.
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The heroine is a nitwit. She's in total denial of her feelings, tries to ride a dangerous horse she's been warned to stay away from, and worst of all, she assumes. Nitwit.
not too shabby :) Kind of just wish they would have got together sooner than just at the end of the book.
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Anne Bushell was born on October 1938 in South Devon, England, just before World War II and grew up in a house crammed with books. She was always a voracious reader, some of her all-time favorites books are: "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen, "Middlemarch" by George Eliot, "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë, "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell and "The Code of the Woosters" by P. G. Wodehous ...more
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