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What the Heart Can't Hide Paperback – Oct 2003


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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Great story, but the characters suck 25 Feb 2005
By J. Afranie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
i, really love Linda Howard, i've read every book she's come out with, but this book was a stinker. i loved the story but the guy Nikolas Constanzo was a prick and a chuvunist pig. he practically kidnapped her on the island. if your a die hard fan like me you'll probably want to read it but Nikolas sucks. And the girl she's like brain dead and does everything he ask's of her.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Worst book Linda Howard ever wrote 21 Nov 2008
By Sunita D. Buddhu - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I absolutely LOVE Linda Howard's books. Except for this one. Actually, it was the first Linda Howard book I ever read and it turned me off of her for some time. I have to agree with the other critics of this story. "All That Glitters" so DOESN'T glitter. The hero is a jerk and a bit of a pig and that the heroine stands for this, and lets him abuse her like he does, is a bit disturbing. I can only tell you that since that book came out, Linda Howard has done much better. Her heroines are feisty, independent women, and her heroes, while strong, are wonderful, and gentle with their heroines. Also since she has had hardcover books come out, there is more intrigue in her novels. Sometimes the heroine is the take-charge character in the novels, and sometimes the hero is the action lead, but her stories are about better characters now. I like to chalk up "All That Glitters" as an oops along the road of Linda Howard's successful writing career.
15 of 23 people found the following review helpful
What happened to Linda Howard? 23 Oct 2003
By Taffany Ashley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have been a fan of linda howard since i read Mr. Perfect 3 years ago. I have every book she has out and have never been disappointed, untill now. If you are a fan of Linda Howard and don't want to be disillusioned about her work, run when you see this book. The story was trit, boring and predictable. The characters were wooden and one dementional. I'm not trying to be mean but the herione is a sniveling idot with so many character flaws no one could like her. Though the hero was intriging, the herione make the story unbarable. And dear readers the other stories were not any better either. Anne Major's story had the most annoying, self-serving herione I have read about yet. Susan Mullery story, although seem to be the best story, I have lots of books with a similar story line. I have not finished reading this book, it will sit on my bookshelf forever a symbol of my disappointment in my favorite author.
8 of 13 people found the following review helpful
disappointment 17 Jun 2005
By Patricia Mulcahy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I've very recently discovered Linda Howard's books and have enjoyed most, especially the newer suspense tales. I picked up a few of the older titles at used book stores and find that most are enjoyable light reading. But I have to agree with the other reviewers that "All that Glitters" is horrible, just horrible. He's a jerk and she's a wimp
9 of 15 people found the following review helpful
THERAPY 6 May 2005
By CRAZYFORBOOKS - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
WHAT THE HEART CAN'T HIDE IS A REMAKE OF ALL THAT GLITTERS. THE HEROIN WAS WOODEN AND FORGETTABLE. THE GUY NOT THE HERO WAS A JERK. I HAVE NOT BEEN A FAN OF LINDA HOWARD'S FOR A WHILE BECAUSE THE MEN ARE USUALLY TOO FORCEFUL AND THE WOMEN ARE USUALLY SEXUALLY ASSULTED OR ABUSED IN SOMEWAY. I DON'T NEED THIS IN MY ROMANCE/ACTION BOOKS.
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