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Guilty Love

3.35  ·  Rating Details  ·  98 Ratings  ·  17 Reviews
Nowhere to Run

Linzi York loved her husband--but Barty had changed. His rage and growing despair since the accident had taken a brutal toll. Linzi was trapped in a nightmare. And Ritchie Calhoun knew it.

Linzi and Ritchie's relationship had always remained on a cool professional level--but now facades were beginning to crumble. Needs and desires they were powerless to deny t
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ebook, Harlequin Presents #1706
Published July 2012 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1994)
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Sandra
Oct 27, 2015 Sandra rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
This story was really interesting with a wonderful hero but the heroine was disappointing. I didn't like the way she treated the hero when he needed her so it totally spoiled the book for me.
Kay
Apr 28, 2014 Kay rated it really liked it
Shelves: ebooks
4 Stars ~ Linzi married the boy-next-door, her childhood sweetheart and they were very happy. Until a motorcycle accident caused a brain injury which changed Barty forever. Gone was the sweet gentle young man; in his place, was a hostile abusive man. Barty knew he was different and he always regretted his violent outbursts. Linzi loved the young man he had been, and it was that love that kept forgiving Barty. Linzi took a job for a construction mogul, and though it often meant she had to work la ...more
Jacqueline
This one was certainly different. It might have received a higher rating from me just for being so different if it hadn't been for the fact that it was one of those where you were constantly waiting for the other shoe to fall. I found that I didn't like the heroine much for how she failed to stand by the hero. The hero though was pretty great. Serious spoiler ahead. (view spoiler)

On the whole it was decent.
RomReader
Jan 11, 2013 RomReader rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
24yo secretary becomes uncomfortable when her boss of 6 months Hero suddenly starts asking her personal questions especially about her 4-year marriage. She does her best to keep things formal with Hero, given that her unpredictably-violent husband has already leveled accusations about their relationship. Their attraction to each other & her husband's abuse heightens to the point of murder. She is anguished by it all & leaves town, rejecting Hero's pleas for her to stand by him during the ...more
Cecilia
Too much insanity in too few pages for me, I think. Abuse, helicopter crashes and explosions, attempted murder, death, prison sentence, and a horse riding accident to top it off. Exhausting and not really satisfying.
KC
A more appropriate title for this book could have been "Crazy Love" because of all the drama. I was engrossed all the way through. But my feelings for it are mixed mainly because Ritchie deserved a stronger woman than the one he received in Linzi. If the ending had clarified Linzi's feelings better, it might have improved my opinion of her.

Ritchie was wonderful. He loved Linzi so much and sacrificed a lot on her behalf. The poor guy was cheated even at the end because Linzi never told Ritchie s
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Booklover
This one had me bitting my nails and turning pages i had to know hat happens next,each page has twist n turns absolutely enjoyed this one,will not give away any spoilers

Good read
Recommend it
HÜLYA
Jun 11, 2015 HÜLYA rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Bayıldım ters köşeye yatıran bir roman oldu benim için

Tia
Feb 07, 2014 Tia rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This novel had everything in it, it was pretty fucking nuts but in a good way.
Blaze King
It would have been a 4 star read if I hadn't guessed from the inception of the suspence what they revealed in the end. There was also the matter of the hero's name, Ritchie sounded like a boy's name, not a man who was in the position of power and command.

But the story, writing, and the hero himself were all great. Good work by C.L :)
Melinda
Jan 15, 2016 Melinda rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Horrible to me that it took so little to ease her guilt in the end.
Becky Bailey
I liked it....to my surprise
Carole Ann
2.5 Stars
Diane
a rather interesting book about a battered wife, her employer, and the husband who meets a sticky end, with a rather unexpected twist at the end regarding who wielded the fatal candlestick.
Ray
Mar 28, 2014 Ray rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: borrowed
Typical romance. Read it in one afternoon.
Roub
Nov 25, 2012 Roub rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
i was quite traumatised though
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