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Mansion for My Love (Harlequin Presents, #567)

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"He's not a good man to fall in love with!"

Faine had not ignored the warning, but even without his wealth, charm and good looks, Burke Harding had a magnetism,

His determined pursuit and assault on her heart soon overcame her wavering resistance. She agreed to marry him, but some deep instinct of self-preservation kept her from revealing her love--and in time her decision w
Paperback, 188 pages
Published February 1st 1983 by Harlequin (first published November 1982)
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Robyn Donald is one author who writes mean heroes,most of her books have mean rude selfish first class MCP and Burke is no exception he falls in all these catagory infact he is has no moral/ethics he is a slimy pathetic diplorable dirtbag(feeling much better my pentup anger is out Phew!!!!)

okay so here is my review
Faine fell in love with when Burke proposes she says yes n they get married.Burke has his own motive to get married to Faine,Faine was warned that Burke is not a man to fall i
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Personally, if I were the heroine, my first reaction would be to slam the door on his sorry face when he comes a-knocking then play that Gloria Gaynor song “I Will Survive” for him, full blast, as he drives away… but then, I’d be the oddball HP heroine without a happy ending. So let me rethink this and rationalize why I would take him back:

First, because I have proven to him that I can walk out of the marriage and thrive well. To languish is just nonexistent in the vocabulary of any strong hero
Alexis-Morgan Roark
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This was a surprisingly boring book. I was not expecting that from such a seemingly interesting plot line. The hero being in love with the OW was not dealt with sufficiently. It was rather blase for being the main conflict in the story. Something vital was missing and it might have been the lack of depth in the story and the chemistry between the leads. I'm not sure, I can't put my finger on it, only to say I was bored out of my mind reading this book. Even the ending when they got back together ...more
The idea for the story is a good one, the synopsis grabbed my attention.
But I found the Hero to be really creepy. Maybe it's the dated dialogue (it was published 30 years ago...) and the heroine to be all talk no action, to the point of being embarrassingly spineless. And the seduction scenes were plain unsettling and debasing. Overall, it was a just outdated and dull.
I think if this book was rewritten to fit into the current Mills & Boon Modern / Harlequin Presents guidelines, I think it
Kind of lame for some parts, but not lamely written really. The hero was what made it lame but that was just his outstanding personality. The guy was a douchebag.
"When you kept silent it infuriated me. I think that was why I raped you after the funeral."

Nuff said.....
Fre06 Begum
What a doormat Faine was she actually made me more angry then Burke and trust me I really did dislike that guy!
Oct 21, 2013 Tina rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: old-hp, hrh
I really liked this book. The h was different than most HP h she didn't wear her heart on her sleeve. She showed him she could live without him. And there was some ow/cheating issues, but sometimes matters of the heart are messy. I would keep this book.
Mary Lauer
Ok. Trying to remember why I kept this one ...
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Robyn was born on 1940 in Northland, New Zealand, she was the oldest in herfamily, and as a child she thrilled her four sisters and one brother withbloodcurdling adventure tales, usually very like the latest book she'dborrowed from the library.

Robyn owes her writing career to two illnesses. The first was a younger sister's flu. She was living with her husband and her and spent most of thatwinter a
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