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Command Performance

3.4  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Wealthy Vittorio d’Este believes in protecting his family, which is why he does not want his nephew, Marcus, to marry songstress Lindi Baker. On the pretext of finding out if she is a suitable mate for Marcus, he orders her to his private island for a command performance. But Lindi is not what he thinks she is. She, too, brings out all his protective instincts and teaches ...more
Published 2011 by Siren Publishing
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Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
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Ms. Quilford has a wonderfully gentle writing style that carries you along with her story. Lindi Ms. Quilford's heroine is portrayed as more than slightly gullible, incredibly naive, cowed by everyone around her, and I could truly feel her timorous approach to life. I was rooting for her to grow and learn from the new experiences bombarding her when Vittorrio, the author’s hero, came into her life.

The whole story revolves round miscon
Marie Jermy
Jan 27, 2012 Marie Jermy rated it really liked it
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Mar 12, 2012 Maria rated it it was amazing
Anyone who reads my reviews regularly would know that I am a fan of Sally Quilford's work. So if you're expecting me to give this book a glowing review, well, you'd be absolutely right.

What I love about Sally's work is that she is simply a joy to read. Her writing flows so beautifully that I tend to find myself finishing chapters before I know it. It's a bit like television - effortless entertainment. Her storylines are compulsive.

This book was written with Mills and Boon in mind but apparently,
Secretly Reading
Sep 23, 2012 Secretly Reading rated it it was ok
This read like a sexier Harlequin with all the olde'skool cliches. It was like a trip down memory lane but also a reminder why I gave up the cookie-cutter Harlequins.
Miriam Drori
Aug 04, 2012 Miriam Drori rated it liked it
An interesting story, well written.
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Sally Quilford has had stories published in most of the major women’s magazines, and had seven pocket novels (to date) published My Weekly Pocket Novels. They have subsequently been sold to Ulverscroft Publishings Linford Romance Library, for large print publication. She has also won and been placed in many competitions. As well as running a popular competition calendar (linked to her column in ...more
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