Book Reviews of No Other Love (Lovespell)

No Other Love (Lovespell)
No Other Love - Lovespell
Author: Flora Speer
ISBN-13: 9780505519160
ISBN-10: 050551916X
Pages: 395
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I liked this book. It does a great job of entertaining the reader from start to finish. The characters and plot are superb.
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Helpful Score: 1
Good book, a little strange at first.
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Another book I really liked.
Book Description:
Only Herne saw the woman. To the other explorers of the ruined city she remained unseen, unknown. But in the dead of night she beckoned Herne to an illicit joining with the words "I am your fate. Accept it, for there is no breaking the threads spun before time began." With the dawn's light she was gone, but Herne found he could not forget his beautiful seductress, or ignore her uncanny resemblance to another member of the exploration party. Cool and reserved, Merin could pass for the enchantress's double, except for her touch-me-not manner. Determined to unravel the puzzle and to penetrate Merin's protective shell, Herne began a seduction of his own, one that would unleash a whirlwind of danger and desire.
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Only Herne saw the woman. To the other explorers of the ruined city she remained unseen, unknown. But in the dead of night she beckoned Herne to an illicit joining with the words, "I'm your fate. Accept it, for there is no breaking the threads spun before time began." With the dawn's light she was gone, but Herne found he could not forget his beautiful seductress, or ignore her uncanny resemblance to another member of the exploration party. Cool and reserved, Merin could pass for the enchantress's double, except for her touch-me-not manner. Determined to unravel the puzzle and to penetrate Merin's protective shell, Herne began a seduction of his own, one that would unleash a whirlwind of danger and desire.