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Wild Enchantress

3.57 of 5 stars 3.57  ·  rating details  ·  47 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Six years ago Catherine Fulton and Jared Royal had met and clashed embarassingly. Now, when her father's will stipulated Jared as her guardian for the six months prior to her twenty-first birthday, Catherine was no more enthusiastic about the arrangement then he. She went to Barbados reluctantly.

"Why did you bring me here, Jared? It's obvious you don't really want me. Jus
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Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin Presents, #185, 187 pages
Published April 1977 by Harlequin (first published October 1st 1976)
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Sapheron
2.75 stars?

While slightly enjoyable, I found it a task to like the hero based on his penchant for disbelieving EVERY word that came out of the heroine’s mouth. Of course this is because of her bad behaviour years before! This so called bad behaviour seems to be made up of a simple brush up of their bodies in a crowd when she was fourteen (he was considerably older). But this hero(?) uses the event as proof that she’s always been wild, so when he misinterprets her father’s intent in giving him gu
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Roub
loved this! catherine really put jared in his place! she played a deceitful game wid him but not on the mean side. it was fun n frivolous! a light read! i liked it! even laura, his so-called fiancee, was not overly upset at his betrayal.
Jacqueline
I had a fun good time with this one. The heroine was a super feisty clever girl. She lied to the hero on a whim because he pissed her off. She was super feisty and ran circles around the hero. There were several pretty well drawn secondary characters. The plot was interesting. The hero was not the most alpha guy ever but he wasn't a beta either. He was just kind of a hey dude surfer guy just living his life and not facing a few things that should have been faced when the heroine explodes into hi ...more
Tia
Read in July 2009.

Liked this novel greatly. It's a guardian novel, which in turn the hero fights his feelings for the heroine because he feels guilty, because she seems to be nothing more than a child but the heroine is going to show him exactly what a child she's NOT!
Alexis-Morgan Roark
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