Her Return to King's Bed (Kings of California #14)
Revenge has never been so sweet as in this Kings of California novel by USA TODAY bestselling author Maureen Child...
She married him. Used him. Then left him. Rico King has waited five years for revenge. Now he's got Teresa Coretti where he wants her. To save her family, she'll return to Rico's island.....more
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I liked both Rico and Teresa. Teresa had been raised in a family that had been t ...more
Rico never forgot the betrayal and anger that he felt when Teresa left and he thought that she was in league with her family for stealing an antique dagger from him. He had fake divorce papers delivered to her.
He has been waiting for the day when he can ...more
The thing I loved most in the story was how in the beginning t ...more
Rico King has been searching for his errant bride for five years. He should’ve known at the time that she was too good to be true. He’d fallen head-over-heels for Teresa Coretti, but she’d been using him to help her family’s “business”. They were thieves. Well known, notorious, yet utterly uncatchable thieves. At least until now… Read More
That had to be a long, agonizing 5 years for Rico and Teresa but I'm glad they finally got their HEA. It was nice seeing Sean and Melinda a ...more
Rico King has built a beautiful resort hotel on the privately-owned island of Tesoro, which is somewhere in the Caribbean. How this came about was detailed in a previous book, THE TEMPORARY M ...more
Very typical of Harlequin and I don't mind it at all. I just wish the story could a little bit more dramatic and angst. I wish the heroine didn't really 'reveal' anything until some damage has been done by the Hero. I want to read the Hero hurting the heroine. I craved it/
But overall, I enjoyed this book and I definitely looking forward to read the rest of this series.
Rico King was a well rounded character. I actually liked him. I totally understand why he wanted revenge. I just don't like the way he handled their confrontation when he asked her to stay.
Teresa Coretti. I don't know if I like her or not. But I like the fact that she can stand on her own, didn't back down and most of all she wouldn't settle for anything le ...more
Miniseries: Kings of California
One of her novels, A Pocketful Of Paradise, was made into a CBS-TV movie called The Soul Collector, starring Melissa Gilbert, Bruce Greenwood and Ossie Davis.
Over the years, she’s written under lot ...more