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Wicked Whispers (Dangerous Desires) by [Donahue, Tina]
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About the Author

Tina Donahue is a multi-published novelist in contemporary and historical romance. She was the editor of an award-winning Midwestern newspaper, worked in story direction for a Hollywood production company, served as public relations director for a California literary agency, and is currently the managing editor for the global business document concern. She has also modeled professionally, appearing on billboards throughout the nation. She lives in Palm Springs, California.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 765 KB
  • Print Length: 222 pages
  • Publisher: Lyrical Press (24 May 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014NWMH8I
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Format: Paperback
An awesome and unique historical romance!

I REALLY enjoyed reading this story. While I felt at a disadvantage in the beginning because of all of the references to the previous book, which I had not read, Tina did a wonderful job of explaining the pertinent information and filling in the gaps.

Enrique is absolutely adorable (in a sexy "I know exactly who I want and I want you" kind of way). His devotion to Sancha was so endearing, even while he struggled at times to justify the deeds she did with the social mores of the time.

I admired Sancha and her dedication to her perceived duty of helping others. Again, I think I would have learned much more about her from the first book, which I have on my wish list and will be purchasing shortly :)

All in all, this was a wonderful historical romance and I absolutely LOVE Tina's work!!!

***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***
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Amazon.com: 4.7 out of 5 stars 15 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved this book!! Great Read! 27 May 2016
By Sissy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.
This is book two in the "Dangerous Desires" by Tina Donahue. I have read book one 'Loving Lies' but I still felt this could be a standalone book, although Enrique and Sancha did meet in the last book it was very littler interaction...just a quick attraction. I just loved Tina Donahue writing and its nice catching up with the former characters... so for those reason I would read the series.
Sancha is a healer and has taken it very seriesly and to heart. So Sancha has set her mind to never marring and to be independent to be able to do her healing without a husband 'owning' her and telling her no. Also in this time period a majority of healers are called witches and they put themselves in danger and possible anyone around them. Sancha family had set in motion years ago that he was to marry Fernando de Zayas but she did not want to do so. So she ran to the convent to hide out and her sister went forward to help her. Later while at the convent her sister, Fernando and Fernando brother Enrique comes to the convent for her healing skills. Enrique falls in love with Sancha immediately it would seem and Sancha has the same feelings. But Sancha is not changing her mind about marring and tries to keep Enrique at arms link... but you can't fight love for long.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An awesome and unique historical romance! 6 Jun. 2016
By Lauren (Romance Novel Giveaways) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
An awesome and unique historical romance!

I REALLY enjoyed reading this story. While I felt at a disadvantage in the beginning because of all of the references to the previous book, which I had not read, Tina did a wonderful job of explaining the pertinent information and filling in the gaps.

Enrique is absolutely adorable (in a sexy "I know exactly who I want and I want you" kind of way). His devotion to Sancha was so endearing, even while he struggled at times to justify the deeds she did with the social mores of the time.

I admired Sancha and her dedication to her perceived duty of helping others. Again, I think I would have learned much more about her from the first book, which I have on my wish list and will be purchasing shortly :)

All in all, this was a wonderful historical romance and I absolutely LOVE Tina's work!!!

***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review***
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Erotic, Historical Romance 25 May 2016
By Barbara - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
We met Sancha in book 1 of the series. She has decided to never marry, because she didn't want to worry about a husband telling her what she can and cannot do, mainly that she couldn’t fulfill her calling as a healer. Enrique is a rich man who wants Sancha for his wife. He will do anything to have to her. When Sancha is labeled a witch and, he convinces her she will be safer at his home where he can protect her. Sancha gives in, but at what cost? Will she give into her heart and Enrique’s desires? Can Enrique convince Sancha to make the arrangement permanent and become his wife or does she stand on her convictions that a husband and family will interfere with her healing.

The book is an erotic, hot romance yet it is also suspenseful and draws you into the storyline. It will having you sighing in the tender moments, cheering for a happy ending. 2 Thumbs up for another terrific Tina Donahue story.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Independent woman ahead of her time 7 Jun. 2016
By Liz Gavin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
** I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review **
Granted life is busy and we all have a lot to do. Personally, I’m in grad school and have endless piles of thought-provoking, densely written textbooks to go through. So what better way to scape my overwhelming homework than reading, right? LOL But that’s exactly what I do! I take a break from reading by reading some more. It’s always been like this. I tend to balance out ‘heavy’ – those that require a lot of higher order thinking skills - texts with ‘lighter’ ones. You know, the books one chooses just for the fun of it.
When I picked Wicked Whispers up, I thought it would fall into the latter category. I mean, it’s the end of quarter and I have tons of deadlines to comply with. I just needed an easy read to unwind with for a couple of hours. Well, did I pick the wrong book! Wicked Whispers sucked me in from the very beginning and I couldn’t put it down. However, the setting and plot grabbed my imagination in quite an unexpected way. Plus, the topics the book deals with made me pause to reflect on that time period and the many hardships people in general faced back then. I’m a History buff and a feminist so the Inquisition is one of my favorite periods of time; but I hadn’t read anything interesting about it for the longest time so it was a refreshing change.
And have I mentioned the story is HOT and STEAMY? It is and then some. As an avid reader of erotica and an author of erotic books, there’s very little that can still impress me. Tina Donahue’s writing did that! Her style is elegant and appropriate for a historical fiction while keeping the heat on, if you get my meaning. LOL She fleshes out her characters effortlessly and the story flows seamlessly. The main characters - Sancha and Enrique – are multi-faceted, complex, real, and believable. The supporting characters are just as great. What else do you want in a good book, right? Finally, Wicked Whispers is part of a series; however, it’s a stand-alone story. No huge cliffhangers here! Just the way I like it!
I recommend this book to those who like to read well-researched, beautifully- written historical fiction; to those who enjoy a complex erotica story about independent woman and the men who help them keep their freedom.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A sensuous romance set in a turbulent era! 27 May 2016
By Christine Read More Sleep Less Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
What a fool he'd been to have fallen in love with her, though he couldn't change the matter now. She was his life.

A romance set during the Spanish Inquisition.
Well. Quite honestly I was quite surprised at how much I enjoyed this book, I've never really thought of about reading a historical romance set during this period or even wondered about the Spanish Inquisition itself. One thing I will say about this book is that it brought to attention how much I take for granted, being a woman during the Spanish inquisition was not an easy thing. Especially for Sancha.
Sancha is a progressive and independent woman stuck in age where woman are seen as a means to either gain heirs or more property.
If a woman shows to much interest in a subject mainly for men, she's a witch.
If she doesn't want to marry and have babies, she's a witch.
If she speaks her mind, she's a witch.
It didn't really take very much for a woman to be tortured and burned at the stake for witchcraft. And while nobles like Sancha were rarely accused they were not immune.

"I want you because of the joy you give me. Tell me you accept my offer."

I know I haven't mentioned the romance and before you think this isn't a romance let me set you straight. This was most definitely an erotic historical romance. The romance and sex scenes were lush, sensual and very descriptive. And while I've read many erotic romance novels, this one set a very different mood, and I think that was because of the formality of everyone's speech and the writing itself.
But trust me it didn't take away from my enjoyment.

She lowered her face. If his words had come from another man, they would have sounded like an accusation of witchcraft. How she wished to live in a different world where women's lives weren't made unnecessarily difficult. Forcing them to hide their feelings, tell lies when the truth would have served better, and to always wear fear as men did their sense of privilege.

Enrique is besotted. He is dead set on having Sancha, he wants her as his wife while she will hear nothing of it. Don't be fooled though, Sancha desperately wanted Enrique but not at the price of losing one of the most important things in her life. The freedom to use her skills as a healer. And while being a woman and healer is almost as a good as being a witch in the eyes of the Spanish inquisition, trying to do it while married would be impossible. No husband would ever allow his wife to travel with no escort, to heal peasants of all things. At least this is what she thinks Enrique will say.

And while Enrique would rather she not put her life at risk, he's willing to do anything to make her happy as long as she becomes his wife. These two were so hot for each other, there were so many intense scenes between them than began innocently enough but would end with them both horizontal. Enrique had so much patience with Sancha. At times I wondered if she even realised how much danger she was putting not only herself but her family in. Was healing the sick worth the chance of being taken by the inquisition? Possibly at the hands of the very people she was helping?

This book dealt with so much. Lust, love, sacrifice, jealousy and most importantly fierce determination. The romance is a big part of this book, but I honestly felt like it took second place when it came to the battle Sancha had to go though for her independence. And she was very determined.

One of the characters that was introduced in this book was Tomas (Enrique's brother, who seems like a really funny character although I think that will change, I'm definitely excited to read his book!

ARC kindly provided by publisher via Netgalley in return for an honest review
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