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A relationship gone wrong has left Abby Lyndon wary. But Torr Latimer is determined to make Abby his own. But when a nightmare from her past resurfaces, Abby has no choice but to accept Torr's help. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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I don't mean to get overly irate about this, but I have to admit, that when I read the initial review I was put off a bit, by the character assessment of Abby, but decided to give the book a go anyway. I'm glad I did.
It's not one of JAK's best, but seeing as authors generally (one hopes) improve the more they write, for a book that's nearly 20 years old it wasn't bad at all. If you can get it as a marketplace book, I'd recommend it as a nice afernoon read.
Abby London is hiding a secret, a past with a stalker/jealous boyfriend. She almost had an affair with her cousin's husband when her cousin was pregnant. Now someone is trying to blackmail her because of it.
Torr Latimer, is a man she meets in a flower arranging class. After 1 date is declaring he owns her etc....so dated. These are not bad reads. And I often like to catch the ones I missed, but I really resent very dated books being fostered off on us with high prices.
The characters were not engaging. I disliked she was tempted to consider an affair with her cousin's husband while cousin was having rough pregnancy. This just did not endear her to me.
While I adore Alpha Males, Torr Latimer comes off as too cave mannish. This book may have played nearly 20 years ago when it was written, but it comes off as dated, and leaves you with characters that are less than charming.