typical Diana Palmer's book.
This book was very good. A typical Palmer read-classic romance.
From the back cover: Seduction is a double-edged sword.
They were friends, neighbors, and occassional confidants. Certainly nothing more. Now Kingston Roper needs a favor from Elissa Dean - he needs her to get caught in his bed.
Elissa's sure she can help King out of an awkward situation caused by his rebounding sister-in-law's misplaced affection. After all, she might be the last American virgin, but could she definitely play the temptress...just to be neighborly, of course.
Great Diana Palmer story! I loved it!
I love Diana Palmer. Then again, I love alpha males and she seems to capture them well.
Seduction is a double-edged sword
SEDUCTION IS A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD
They were friends, neighbors, and occasional confidants. Certainly nothing more. Now Kingston Roper needs a favor from Elissa Dean-he needs her to get caught in his bed.
Elissa's sure she can help King out of an awkward situation caused by his rebounding sister-in-law's misplaced affection. After all, she might be the last American virgin, but she could definitely play the temptress..just to be neighborly of course.
But there's a a problem with her good intentions. Because Elissa doesn't want to playact anymore. She wants the real thing...with King. But Elissa knows the kind of passion a man like King expects: brief, intense and heartbreaking. Passion could lead to many things, but could they ever be the things they both want?
"The dialogue is charming, the characters likeable and the sex is sizzling, and the roller-coaster emotions between hero and heroine will give Palmer's many fans an enjoyable ride." --Publishers Weekly on Once in Paris
I really enjoyed this book, so much so that I have it on my bookshelf still. I enjoyed the strength Palmer gave the female character, so comes across as someone whom is not defined by love but rather enhanced by it.
fit for a king was a great read. it was written in a way that invoked strong feeling to come out. It made me laugh, and cry. Diana Palmer is one of my favorite writers just for that reason.
I know hate is a strong word...so I'll say I despised this story. The main male character was a putz and the main female character was a bigger putz...think of a man saying to you, "Well I can't have so-and-so...but I can have YOU" ...that is exactly what he says. Ooh! Let me jump and be second fiddle. Yes Diana Palmer can create great characters...no these two are not part of that formula. I didn't even want to finish it but I did just to say I did. FIT FOR KING PUTZ :p