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The good part of this series is Katherine determination to get out from Russia. She is though, ass kicker, and can't be intimidated. For Dimitri, even though he's Alpha, he's not my favorite hero: Worse hero, heh! Don't like with what he'd done to Kate and not help her, when she need him.
I dunno if I will read another Johanna Lindsey's book, because of this book with all captive and abused things. Will never read her books. All about rape, abuse and pillaging are getting old! View all 20 comments. None of you are ever allowed to read this book, but oh my god, is it fantastic. To borrow terminology from SBTB, it is the oldest of Old Skool romances, complete with a forced seduction via aphrodisiac, a kidnapping to Russia, the heroine being forced to work as the hero's sister's maid when she refuses to be his mistress, a second round of the aphrodisiac, a caning, and a secret love child.
And really, none of you are ever allowed to read it. View all 5 comments. I hated this book. Hated it. I lose interest in it when the heroine is abducted, threatened, drugged and then basically raped by the hero. All because he thinks shes just a maid. How nice. He calls it "helping" because she in pain and she basically gives in.
He coldly thinks of giving her to his footmen to "help" her. Oh how thoughtful I started skimming through it in disgust as the heroine was abducted, now to Russia, and then this quote by the heroine- "Blast you Dmitri, dont be such a gentleman.
Listen to my body, not my words. Take me" wtf?!
If I could give it zero stars I would. View 1 comment. Estoy entre darle un 3. Oct 11, Lynsey A rated it really liked it Shelves: Nothing beats these old Johanna Lindsey classics. I wish she still wrote books like this and her other earlier works. Although, I didn't really care for the drugging but all in all still a good read. I love a good pregnancy and secret baby theme.
I forgot how sweet the ending was with Dimitri hunting everywhere for Katherine although, I love that he calls her Katya. I do think Katherine was a bit abrasive at times. I didn't notice it so much as a young teenager reading this book. Glad I read t Nothing beats these old Johanna Lindsey classics. Glad I read this again. Stayed up until about midnight to finish it.
View all 4 comments. Dec 22, Jennifer Leighton added it Shelves: Read this EONS ago I don't remember much other than the heroine is given a drug to make her horny and the "hero" has to help her through it. Wasn't that nice of him. Dec 18, Hanife rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Jul 21, Elle rated it liked it. This book hit on a lot of my romance pet peeves. And through it all she's attracted to the man who is behind it all. During the second rape, she decides she loves This book hit on a lot of my romance pet peeves. During the second rape, she decides she loves him. She's beaten so badly she is unconscious for two days, and there are no consequences to the shrew who made that happen. She becomes pregnant from the rape, and the hero refuses to marry her because she's "beneath" him!
When he finally figures out that she's told him the truth all along about who she is because God knows he's the kind of man to fall in "love" with a woman when he doesn't even think he knows her true name and doesn't trust her , then she's good enough to marry.
By then she has the good sense to run away, but when he finally catches up to her, she has to apologize, and she's just thrilled that he truly wuuuvs her. When are they going to write about men who actually have the character to make amends when they realize they've acted like a-holes, instead of just saying they feel guilty until the next time they decide they deserve to be jerks?
A memorable story, and I couldn't entirely hate it because at least it pulled me in enough to rip through those pages to find out how it all ended. But I had to take an extra Prilosec while reading it and I ground my poor teeth a lot. Okay I like this book I really do however I have a bone to pick with it or rather the author. I read Captive Bride by the same author first. I was shocked by how many similarities there were between the two books. Guy sees girl 2. Guy wants girl 3.
Guy makes offer to girl 4. Girl refuses 5.
Guy abducts girl because really that's the most logical thing to do after a girl tells you she's not interested the world would be a scarier place then Okay I like this book I really do however I have a bone to pick with it or rather the author. Guy abducts girl because really that's the most logical thing to do after a girl tells you she's not interested the world would be a scarier place then it already is if that was true 6.
Girl keeps refusing to have sex with him 8. Guy decides he has some honor oh he can kidnap a girl without worrying about his honor but rape is out of the question 9.
Guy decides to seduce girl Guy and girl start to fall in love and girl finds out she is preggers around the same time Guy follows her back to her home-country for mixed reasons and tries to win her Guy succeeds; they marry Oh and this is a theme for at least two other books of Lindsey's based on the plot summary.
Those are in different time periods as well. And there ARE some notable differences among the stories. I guess getting abducted is like a fantasy of hers or something. And like Lady Gaga would say "applause, applause, applause The applause, applause, applause" View all 3 comments. Aug 02, Nazia rated it it was amazing Shelves: Now this is one is definitely a romantic novel. It's nothing less than a fairy tale. I just loved this book immensely.
Well to start with the plot,Di Awesome!!!!!! He believes that he can get what he wants since he owns people literally as serfs in his own land. One fine day in London he sees a woman who was'nt that good looking with plain face still she intrigued his curiosity so much that he ordered her abducted to share his bed just because he mistook her for a maid when actually she was a countess disguised as a maid.
Dimitri might have been introduced as a unredeemable notorious rake but he is not. Throughout the novel i have been spell bound by his charms,he could have raped katherine or could have seduced her into his bed or could have lured her but he did'nt ofcourse. He always held his patience when it came to katherine,which according to me was quite remarkable.
The book was a roller coaster ride of emotions,and the way Dimitri and Katherine fought was humorous and i could'nt stop smiling. This book is the perfect recipe for a passionate love story as it contains all the ingredients to make it a remarkable romance novel.
Jul 01, Tapasya rated it liked it Shelves: Some of her early stuff was really questionable. Here we have a good example of some Stockholm syndrome love. Even though her father is the Earl, she takes care of everyone and everything at home. When she finds out that her sister plans on eloping with a fortune hunter, she dresses in a maid uniform and goes chasing after her, not knowing what would befall her and take her away from all that she loves.
Prince Dimitri Petrovich Alexandrov of Russis, comes to England to bring his willful sister home after causing scandal. Prince Dimitri spies Lady Kathrine on the street and at once he knows that he wants her. However Kathrine is dressed in her servant's clothes and is mistaken for just that if not a whore. He has her abducted and force-fed an aphrodisiac so she would sleep with him even though she very vocally unwilling - it's kidnapping and date-rape, really, if you can call being forcefully taken to meet someone against one's wishes a "date.
I was really surprised with how much I enjoyed this book.
It's not violent and while emotional at times over all it's a bit more frustrating and funny than anything else. I mean, its premise and the actions of the hero are all really rather offensive. Nov 20, Luthien rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is one of my favorite books, and a comfort read, although some might find it a little old fashioned.
It's a Cinderella like story, with a prince, palaces and a midnight ball, and even an evil aunt instead of the wicked stepmother. Spoilers ahead! I think that my favorite character is Kate. She's strong willed, resourceful, and so very British it was a pleasure to read. I believe she also behaved like a Victorian lady would, and I found she also showed great courage in some difficult situat This is one of my favorite books, and a comfort read, although some might find it a little old fashioned.
I believe she also behaved like a Victorian lady would, and I found she also showed great courage in some difficult situations. The hero is a russian prince, fairy- tale like handsome - the kind who left women gaping at him and tongue-tied -, who, as many of Jo Lindsey's heroes, is a womanizer in the best Charlie Harper style.
But there is more depth to him that that; despite his many conquests, he's a responsible fellow, who actually worked in the russian army, and now takes seriously his responsabilities as head of his family, from getting his spoiled sister out of a scandal, to planning to marry a proper princess he doesn't love to get an heir. A third character in the book is actually Russia. Through Katherine's eyes we get to see the country in the tsarists times, and the author manages to make the descriptions short and interesting.
I like the story. It's full of adventure, some hot sex, and a fairytale air that makes me think I'm reading Cinderella for adults.
Jun 11, K. It makes me upset that I liked this book when I was a young, impressionable girl. The heroine is drugged without the hero's sayso, because that somehow makes it better? He obliges her needs, because he's such a gentleman. What chutzpah she has to do such a thing to him! He then proceeds to kidnap and sail her to another co It makes me upset that I liked this book when I was a young, impressionable girl. He then proceeds to kidnap and sail her to another country, on the off chance that she is actually a lady of influence - his defilement of her could cause a political incident.
After being raped, kidnapped, physically and mentally abused by his domineering aunt, the heroine is finally able to return home and mope about never seeing him again, with the added bonus of bearing his child.
She does have a moment or two of righteous fury, but they are few and far between and never last nearly as long as he deserves. Jul 16, Lobna rated it it was amazing Shelves: A master piece as usual Lindsey is just the best though as usual you have to go through rape and hate we can add up a lot of anger resentment Lindsey is brilliant!! I loved and hated and sometimes went crazy and kept cursing the writer for the boo A master piece as usual I loved and hated and sometimes went crazy and kept cursing the writer for the book but I was never bored or tempted to leave the book till it was finished.
Aug 10, Jaime Atkins rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love historical romances and this one is over the top. Demetri makes some really bad decisions and you are left to wonder how in the world Katheryn will ever forgive him for what happens to her. At one point, I was reading with my mouth hanging open in "oh my gosh I can't believe this" fashion.
I don't know if I could have gotten past it, but Katheryn is not stupid or naive and she gives him a run for his money. Excellant book Jul 24, Ashley rated it it was amazing.
I have read this book close to a hundred times For some reason I can never go to long without reading this novel. Honestly I don't know why, but I could guess its because of the amazing attraction and passion between the two main characters right from the start. If I ever had to pick one Johanna Lindsey book to keep with me for all time it will be this one!!
Apr 15, Aly is so frigging bored rated it it was amazing Shelves: Buddy read with Maru Lindsey does some of the best bodice rippers. Nov 21, Sina Amini rated it it was amazing. Jun 23, KC rated it it was ok Shelves: I first read Secret Fire years ago, and liked it better then than I do now upon a second reading. I had three specific issues with aspects of the story which lessened my reading enjoyment: Dmitri's second forced seduction of Katherine.
Once was pushing it already, but twice? Dimitri commanded the order for Katherine to be drugged with the Spanish fly. He did it out of anger and regretted it afterwards. His desire to hurt someone he supposedly cared about smacked of immaturity a I first read Secret Fire years ago, and liked it better then than I do now upon a second reading. His desire to hurt someone he supposedly cared about smacked of immaturity and diminished my opinion of him.
The drug causes extreme discomfort if one isn't sexually appeased. Placing Katherine in that position was about retribution and power, not about sexual enjoyment which is how I viewed the first seduction. That first seduction of Katherine didn't bother me as it was not Dmitri's idea, but that of his servant.
Granted, he did go along with it: How "generous" of him. At least his intent was to pleasure, not to punish. So my displeasure really boils down to Dmitri's character.
He's a bit spoiled and reckless.
The extreme Russian promiscuity, particularly of Dmitri's sister, Anastasia. The depiction of the very loose Russian sexual mores seemed unbelievable considering the time period the story is set in Victorian Age. I found it hard to believe they could act that way and not be ostracized to some extent, if not in Russia then in England where part of the story takes place. Finally, I'm not a fan of how long Dimitri and Katherine were separated.
It took almost a year for Dimitri to reunite with Katherine. Yes, he was delayed by an illness for 1. Sep 04, Netha rated it it was amazing Shelves: Dimitri yg tau tentu saja menyelamatkan katherine tapi katherine sudah terlalu sakit. View all 6 comments. Oh boy, did I love this book. I honestly can't express how much I loved this story. Please feel free to email me your suggestion at. Tagged: old skool, medieval, johanna lindsey, historical, fabio, ebook, avon. Pdf, Http: www Samuelchristianson.
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