Hostage Bride
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Hostage Bride

3.51 of 5 stars 3.51  ·  rating details  ·  89 ratings  ·  4 reviews
A Simon & Schuster eBook
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 12th 2009 by Gallery Books (first published 1981)
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This does not even deserve one star. I want everyone to know why I read this book so they don't think I've gone crazy. I was stuck at some fundraiser, and I hadn't brought a book. So, I took this one (There were like 50 bookshelves there) I read it, while I was reading. And I couldn't stop laughing. It was just so freaking ridiculous! The writing was crappy- at one point, Tamara talks about having a nauseous pain IN HER HEAD!!!! Can some explain how your HEAD could feel nauseous? YOUR F****** HE...more
This is one of my all time favorites from the Romance Genre. It must be the tension, 'hate', Alpha Male and angst. Love it! I for one am not ashamed of reading and enjoying this type of story.
A dated Mills & Boon book from 1981.

Heroine's mother is dying, Tamara, our heroine needs $20,000 for medical bills and borrows it from the company she works for, intending to pay it back from an insurance policy when the mother dies. Unbeknowst to her the mother has cashed in the policy.

Our hero takes over the company and is besotted with Tamara, then finds out about the money. He forces her to marry him but is still distrustful. The mother dies, Tamara is pregnant and still Bick, our hero,...more
Going into Romance novels I KNOW not to expect to much, but this was just ridiculous. Usually you can find something to guiltily love in this style of writing, however, I just love the fact I finished reading it. Can't exactly dub it fluff when I didn't enjoy it. Just passing some time and upping my book count for the year.
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