Book Reviews of Lost in Love (Harlequin Presents, No 1665)

Lost in Love (Harlequin Presents, No 1665)
Lost in Love - Harlequin Presents, No 1665
Author: Michelle Reid
ISBN-13: 9780373116652
ISBN-10: 0373116659
Publication Date: 6/1/1994
Pages: 189
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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This is not one of Michelle Reid's better stories. It's not totally bad, but just kind of blah. There's no life in these characters, IMO. Ms. Reid used the old Harlequin stand by, the heroine-has-to-help-her-brother-out-of-a-mess, to get these characters back together. (Sigh.) I much preferred THE PRICE OF A BRIDE, over this story.
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Someplace between heaven and hell...

Four years ago, Guy Frabosa had hurt Marnie so deeply that she vowed never to set eyes on him again and had divorced him in a blaze of pain and anger. He fought her, but she'd had a trump card and had been desperate enough to use it.

Now Guy held all the cards--Marnie needed his financial help and had little choice but to play by her ex-husband's rules. He demanded her body and soul, but the thought of returning to his side as his wife filled her with a raging hatred--made all the more consuming by her utterly wanton desire for his lovemaking.
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Someplace between heaven and hell...
Four years ago Guy Frabosa had hurt Marnie so badly that she vowed never to set eyes on him again and had divorced him in a blaze of pain and anger. He fought her, but she had a trump card and she was deperate enough to use it.

Now Guy held all the cards --Marnie needed his financial help and had little choice but to play by her ex-husband's rules. He demanded her body and soul, but the thought of returning to his side as his wife filled her with a raging hatred--made all the more consuming by her utterly wanton desire for his lovemaking.