Virgin for Sale (Uncut, #1) (Harlequin Presents, #2515)
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Virgin for Sale (Uncut, #1) (Harlequin Presents, #2515)

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A virgin for the taking!

Constantine Zagorakis has left poverty behind to become a billionaire known for his ruthless tactics....

Lisa Bond has defied her past, too; now she's independent and successful.

Their deal: One week on Constantine's private island to talk business--and he'll show her the pleasure of being with a real man.... But when the week is over, and their worki...more
Mass Market Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Harlequin
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Wow the writing in this book is BAD. It really makes no sense. Both the leads are pretty unlikable. The dialogue and plot is hard to follow and all over the place. The heroine was in some "commune" when she was younger but we are never given a lot of info about it and we have no clue what happened to her mother. The hero was apparently abused when he was a young orphan but it wasn't every really described either. Now they both like to be in control and in charge of their businesses, but they are...more
Fiona Marsden
It is always interesting to read a book that has been reviewed passionately, even when those reviews are negative. Having read and enjoyed other Susan Stephens books I was surprised and curious at the reactions to Tino and Lisa's story.

Having now read the book, I am not entirely surprised at some of the criticisms. The sex scenes are definitely unusual in this genre. The fact that this book pre-dates the 50 Shades phenomena makes it all the more interesting. The love play does have some slight o...more
I've just finished this and I'm not sure what I really think of it. It's left me with an odd sort of taste in my mouth and I'm trying to pinpoint why that is. It wasn't badly written, but there was just something off about it.

I didn't feel very connected with the characters at all and found myself distracted by outside things while reading - kids programming on the tv, washing a few pots and pans, the laundry needed doing, etc. Whenever I thought the hero or heroine would go one way, they went...more
Lisa Bond is trying to make a business deal with Constantine Zagorakis which will save her ailing company. He's playing games, and returns to his island before negotiations are complete. She follows him there to try and convince him, and he agrees to discuss business with her if she stays with him for the week.

This was my first book my Susan Stephens, and I must say it was awful. Other reviewers complained about the spanking scene, but that's not the reason I disliked this. I think the spanking...more
Virgin for Sale is a romance novel by Susan Stephens in the Uncut series. After a narrow escape from a commune during her adolescence, Lisa Bond becomes the CEO of her father’s Steel empire. But when things start to go pear-shaped, she needs Greek magnate Constantine Zagorakis to buy a subsidiary holding to help her out of a financial crisis. But Tino has other plans, and returns to his Greek Island. And Lisa follows, intent on sealing the deal to save her company. This romance has cardboard cha...more
Both hero and heroine are thoroughly unlikeable.

the heroine is supposed to be a powerful woman in her own right but the next thing we know she is chasing the globe in pursuit of the hero in a really pathetic manner.

She likes him, she hates him, she can't make up her mind, she wants to shag him senseless in bizarre ways.

The sex is just peculiar and has unpleasant overtones.

Pretty dire.

Not a keeper
Young girl escapes a 'depraved' commune to join her father's successful business. I am interested so far but then she meets the Greek Tycoon and discovers she enjoys a 'spanking'??? Hahaha....really!!! What's next?? A small whip?? Sorry, I'm closed minded, old-fashioned and WILL NOT GO WITH THE FLOW of 'everything goes'. You know what you do with your pathetic 'Sexual Revolution'.
Fun read...two thumbs up! Loved the plot.
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Susan Stephens was a professional singer before meeting her husband on the tiny Mediterranean island of Malta.

In true romance style they met on Monday, became engaged on Friday and were married three months later. They are still very much in love, though Susan does not advise her three children to return home with a similar story as she may not take the news with the same fortitude as her own moth...more
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