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At the Sicilian Count's Command (Sicilian Gambrelli's Saga #2)

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Count Wolf Gambrelli annoyed, irritated... and aroused her. Angelica tried to hate the Sicilian, but couldn't get him out of her head! Wolf had been chosen to protect her, and Angelica hoped her body would not betray her under the intense scrutiny of his gaze. It was clear that Wolf wanted Angelica--and he'd stop at nothing to bed her....
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #2750, 192 pages
Published August 2008 by Harlequin Books (first published 2008)
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Delaney Diamond
This is the second book in the trilogy The Sicilians.

Wolf Gambrelli met his match when he met Angelica. When he's first introduced to her, he thinks she's the mistress of a friend. That doesn't block the intensity of his attraction for her, nor does it keep him from putting his hands on her. The author does a good job of presenting Wolf's struggle with this ethical dilemma over the first chapters of the book so that he doesn't come off as a complete jerk.

For her part, Angelica wants nothing to...more
3 1/2 Stars ~ Summoned to his business partner's country estate, Wolf is surprised by the beautiful woman he is introduced to. He quickly assumes she is Stephen's 30 year younger mistress. His reaction to her disconcerts him, and he senses that the attraction is not one way, as Angelica is definitely uncomfortable around him. In a highly tensed situation, Wolf kisses her and nearly loses control of his passion. This only reinforces his poor opinion of Angelica, she undoubtedly is a gold digger....more
Adriana Fogaça
Os Sicilianos 2/3
Paixão Voraz
Carole Mortimer
H Special 10

Pra quem já esta familiarizado com esse tipo de romance, não há novidades.

Típico, italiano, gostosão, mulherengo, machista e blá, blá, blá...

Única novidade, hilária, é a tal da maldição da família Grambrelli.

De resto, mega normal.

Dei 5 estrelinhas pra a maldição.

Dei 1 estrelinha para estória.

Então, média de 3 estrelinhas.



Muito bom!!!
eh. parts were kinda lame.
Pretty good but somewhat oldfashioned
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