No Choice But Seduction Paperback – 12 Mar 2009
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The plot is poor to non-existent... totally revolving around lots of very contrived misunderstandings and the heroine's deliberate misinterpretation of the hero's intentions.
Throughout the book - a very long 361 pages, the encounters between the two lead characters are a constant re-hashing of misunderstandings: starting with her telling him she's married when she isn't, then on to his niece being kidnapped; he thought Katey (the female lead) was part of the kidnap plot and, because she openly acknowledges that she is a consummate liar and weaver of fantasies and has been known to lead people astray with her tales, he didn't believe her when she actually told the truth! He eventually apologises and tells her he wants her for his bride, she refuses to accept either the apology or proposal of marriage. She goes on to tell more porkey-pies (lies), that causes more misunderstandings. He offers more apologies, she return with more rebuttals etc. etc. etc. There are also sporadic paragraphs that pop up throughout the book where you suddenly realise that it's not real-time narrative but that the heroine is suddenly narrating fantasy imaginings - very disconcerting!
The heroine, Katey, is described as friendly, cheerful, intelligent and resourceful... and able to make friends wherever she is. But her unbending moralising attitude to the hero, Boyd Anderson, seves only to alienate her to the reader. The hero's lack of assertiveness makes him appear too immature for this sort of book and rather two dimensional... nothing like characters that Lindsey has created in her early romances. Truth be told... I never actually made it right to the end of the book.Read more ›
The attraction bewtween Boyd and katey was obvious from the begining of the book. The rapor between Anthony and James has not changed they get funnier throughout the series.
There is one question I would like to ask though what happened to Boyd's brother's Thomas and clinton you never heard of them after the magic of you?.
Please Miss lindsey write a book about Thomas.
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