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A Scandalous Situation
Patricia Frances Rowell
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A Scandalous Situation

3.79 of 5 stars 3.79  ·  rating details  ·  52 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Her past was a dark country

And Iantha Kethley was trapped at its borders, never quite able to escape the one defining moment of her life. Until the day she held Robert Armstrong at gunpoint--and he offered her a future she'd never dared imagine!

Rob Armstrong, Lord Duncan, swore he'd not be mere protector of Iantha Kethley, but true partner as well, for this sweetly vulnera
ebook, 288 pages
Published March 15th 2012 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published 2004)
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Wendy Sparrow
3.5 stars

I thought the heroine’s issues were handled really well, despite it being somewhat dark, obviously. But I didn’t like how convoluted the mystery of who was threatening her became. There were just too many people to keep track of—with similar names and I couldn’t remember how they were related to the main couple. I also didn’t like that the hero mentally pined for his late wife for so long…even if it was realistic. Plot: Hero rescues the reluctant heroine from an avalanche and takes her
This was the first romantic novel I ever read and is my absolute favourite, my book is falling apart yet I still have to read it over and over again. A definite recommendation for those who are exploring the genre of romance, a fabulous story of passion and crime. It's definitely my go to book when I cant find anything else or when im feeling down , you cant help but smile at it and feel happy when reading it. I love the progression that the novel has as it takes you along the emotions and the j ...more
Michelle Connolly
If I were to describe this book in one word I'd simply say it's boring. It has some mystery, sex and intrigue, true... but it's boring (or at least it was for me). It gets a little bit interesting at some point, but then it gets boring again. I just wanted it to end so I could get started on something else.
I also didn't care much for the oversensitive hero. Don't get me wrong, I like sensitive men, but did he really have to shed and wipe a tear off his face so many times? He cried more times th
Lynne Tull
This book should be made into a movie. It has everything you want: romance, sex, intrigue, espionage, murder, mayhem...etc! The only thing that got in the way of it earning four stars from me was the author's need to insert a long dissertation about the religious beliefs of India. She provided it through one of the characters, an Indian Prince. The Prince's role did not have any connection to the plot of this story. If you left him out, he would not have been missed...except for about 50 or so p ...more
This book really impressed me. It's honest and indepth look at rape and how devastating it can be to any future relationships you may have.
Loved it - romantic, suspenseful, insightful and gently amusing at times. Most highly recommended!
Frances Fuller
For a book that started with a gang rape, not bad.
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