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Shameless by Karen Robards
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Nov 15, 2011

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Read on February 11, 2012 , read count: 1

Elizabeth Banning is breaking up with yet another fiance. Neil Severin, an assasin, is hiding in the library and overhears while her fiance attempts to force himself on her. So begins this Robard's tale of love and intrigue.

Although this was a good book of its own, I couldn't help but feel that the hero was very much like the heroes already portrayed within the prior two books. The heroine was spunky, witty and shocking when compared to her heroine sisters, and was honest with her feelings upon having fallen in love with her hero; she didn't deny when having to admit her true feelings about the hero and stood up for him every step of the way through her journey back home.

Overall the book was enticing in the first two chapters, but after that it ran at an extremely slower pace. The story lacked suspense hereafter and nothing but an ordinary and unexciting ending could only be said about this book. It did not have a solid plot and the events were all but only expected. Also, there was no true villain or imminent danger occurring within the storyline.

Although the protagonists were very well matched for one another in that neither held back their tongues, this is not a love story that would remain as an unforgettable one. Other than the fundamental attraction that the two lovers felt for one another, as readers one could not conclude whether in fact or not said lovers moved beyond the basic attraction they felt for one another and their ability to outwit the other.

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Book Details:

Title Shameless (Banning Sisters Trilogy #3)
Author Karen Robards
Reviewed By Purplycookie

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