Book Reviews of Full Bloom

Full Bloom
Full Bloom
Author: Jayne Ann Krentz
ISBN-13: 9781551660431
ISBN-10: 1551660431
Publication Date: 6/1/1995
Pages: 251
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 71 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I really enjoyed this older book by JAK. She just gets better over time but this is a good example of one of her earlier works. Heorine who is growing into her own and a strong silent alpha hero.
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Overpowering and overbearing families sometimes learn that young people need to be free to grow up and live their own lives.
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An easy light read. An old story. But still enjoyable.
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She had blossomed...

Emily Ravenscroft had changed! Too often in the past she'd fallen for dashing suitors with their eyes on her family's thriving business. Too often she'd been saved from disaster by her parents' troubleshooter, Jacob Stone, long the man of her dreams.

Once she took charge of her life, the new Emily - vibrant and willful - didn't need Jacob to rescue her anymore. She needed him to love her. And he did - passionately. But her domineering family was still determined to run her life, and to break their bond....
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love her books always good
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jacob stone was part bodyguard, part troubleshooter for ravenscroft internatinal and the subject of many womens fantasies
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Jacob Stone was part bodyguard/troubleshooter for Ravenscroft International. Over the years, he'd pulled Emily Ravenscroft out of coutless acts of rebellion against her domineering family. Now he'd been summoned once again. Instead of a reckless hellion, he found a woman in charge of her life, who didn't need protection, but needed love. Did Jacob need this new kind of trouble?