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Let Down Your Hair (Faerie Tale Romance) [Mass Market Paperback]

Linda Jones
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Oct 2001 Faerie Tale Romance
Rachel Sommerville was soon to marry a scoundrel. Innocent and untouched, Rachel would never guess at her future husband Daniel's past exploits. But Ronald Connor knew everything about Rachel's betrothed. Daniel had seduced Roland's closest friend, his sister, and spurred the events that led to her untimely demise. Roland planned to turn all of his blame and anger against Rachel and her marriage. He would turn feelings of pure hatred to acts of love, employing his every skill to charm Rachel into a sexual tool--one he could use to humiliate Daniel in his honeymoon bed. But he didn't know that once this true lady began to let down her hair, Roland would be the captor of her seductive charms?
--This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • Mass Market Paperback: 359 pages
  • Publisher: Dorchester Publishing Company (Oct 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0505524511
  • ISBN-13: 978-0505524515
  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 10.4 x 2.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,183,725 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4.0 out of 5 stars Down from the Tower... 30 Nov 2003
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Rachel Sommerville was captive. Not only was she practically imprisoned by her witch of an aunt in the Sommerville Towers, she ws forced to sing for the San Franciscan hotel's guests. What was more, Roland Connor could see in her the repression of a wild sentimen, a savage desire that had yet to be released. He was counting on it - for itwas in seducing the young woman that his vengeance would be complete. Rachel was pure sweetness, a real American princess. If he were to tarnish the golden-haired beauty before her wedding night, send her to her bridal bower with more tricks than a saloon girl, he would gain his revenge on the man she was being forced to marry. But to free Rachel from the constraints of decency, to knock her from the high pedestal of her virtue, Roland needed a foothold to her heart - and to harden his own. But that would happen soon enough... as soon as she let down her hair.
A lovely twist on a classic fairy tale. This book was full of ups and downs that keep you on the edge of your seat. The only reason it didn't get five stars is because I am an old miser who only reserves five stars for the ones I particularly find really special. But this book could be a five star book in someone else's opinion. It is another great addition to the serious of 'Faerie Tale Romances'.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A heady blend of eroticism and innocence 30 Oct 2001
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It seemed so simple. Roland Connor intended wreck revenge on the woman his enemy holds dearest. Daniel had debauched his sister, leading her to her grave. His plan is perfect. He'd seduce the innocent woman destined to be Daniel's wife. He'd teach her harlot tricks, and maybe late one night, when she lies in her husband's arms, rather than calling out her husband's name, she'll call out Roland's name instead. He didn't know she'd teach him to love.
Kept like Rapunzel in her tower, far removed from the mundane necessities of life, Rachel Summerville accepts her aunt's dictate that her only job in life is to be pretty and to marry well. Despite his misgivings, Rachel plans to marry the man her aunt selected for her. Then she meet's one of her aunt's guests. Roland's insolent smiles and hopeless importance awakens the woman within. Even knowing that he's a gambler, a horse thief and a con man, Rachel allows him to teach her the pleasures of life. She descends a rope to his waiting arms, and together they walk the streets of San Francisco, attending the symphony and tasting the forbidden. Even as she gives Roland her heart, she knows she will marry another.
Once again author Linda Jones creates a naughty, sensual romance that will hold readers entranced. Combining the faerie tale elements of Rapunzel with the horrors of Jack the Ripper, LET DOWN YOUR HAIR becomes a tale both uncommonly fresh and sharply original. This sensual journey of a young woman's awakening sexuality combines eroticism and innocence in a heady blend. As Rachel learns to let her hair down, they share a joint lesson in life and in love. LET DOWN YOUR HAIR is a delightful read, coming highly recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Clever and different 28 Oct 2001
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Format:Mass Market Paperback
I've read most of these fairy tales and I've found them all clever and different. Each one makes me think and laugh. I'm always amazed at how she twists the tales and comes up with something new. For instance, "Let down your hair/hare," takes on a whole new meaning in this book. I enjoyed it immensely!
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