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message 1: by [deleted user] (new)

Thanks for the review, seton. I definitely think I'll put off reading this one for awhile....


message 2: by AgentScully (new)

AgentScully Great review Seton. Unless there's a villain holding her pet canary Ruffles hostage, I don't think I'd sympathize with a heroine who deliberately tries to trick a guy into getting her pregnant. Also kinda unrealistic for a historical where she's a virgin, no?


message 3: by AgentScully (new)

AgentScully I re-read and she's a widow. D'oh!


message 4: by seton (new)

seton AgentScully wrote: "Great review Seton. Unless there's a villain holding her pet canary Ruffles hostage, I don't think I'd sympathize with a heroine who deliberately tries to trick a guy into getting her pregnant. Als..."


LOL, Scully. Look at the first word of my review. No virgin here. But it doesnt matter since all of AC's heroes have monster schlongs and this was no exception. ;-)

I DID think it made Vale look stupid that he was not more suspicious when Diana kept on INSISTING that he finish inside her.


message 5: by seton (new)

seton AJ wrote: "Thanks for the review, seton. I definitely think I'll put off reading this one for awhile...."


I think u will read it if u like her writing voice (which I do for the most part). It's just that the heroine and the premise were deeply flawed.


message 6: by AgentScully (new)

AgentScully Monster shlong eh? You do know how to tempt me, trollop girl ;-)

Do you think the heroine wised up soon enough or did she stick to her scheme for too much of the book and lose all sympathy points?


message 7: by seton (new)

seton AgentScully wrote: "

Do you think the heroine wised up soon enough or did she stick to her scheme for too much of the book and lose all sympathy points?"



You got it. It went on too long and her reasons for doing it wasnt that great in the first place.


message 8: by AgentScully (new)

AgentScully AHA! Thanks Seton, I'm crossing this one off my wishlist, monster schlong or no.


message 9: by Eastofoz (new)

Eastofoz Nice "recommendation" Seton (lol!!!)

I'd be hard pressed to find a regency hero (or any other romance genre) who isn't "well-endowed (if not overly so) in the schlong department ;)


message 10: by seton (last edited May 29, 2010 09:30AM) (new)

seton East, you have to read between the lines. When the hero has a mere tadpole, the author usually doesnt say anything but u can tell.

For example: MJP's UNCOMMON VOWS
the hero is slighter than any other man in the book, little pain during the consummation scene, the villain boasting that he will go places that the hero can only dream of = hero w/ no monster schlong


message 11: by Rane (last edited May 29, 2010 11:06AM) (new)

Rane Seton wrote: "East, you have to read between the lines. When the hero has a mere tadpole, the author usually doesnt say anything but u can tell.

For example: MJP's UNCOMMON VOWS
the hero is slighter than any ot..."





message 12: by seton (new)

seton Elyssa wrote: "Best comment ever, Seton. I would love to read a blogost about tadpole heroes. *hint, hint*"


Yeah, you might but nobody else will. Let's face it, most romance readers are Size Queens. From the Bible belt. :-)


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