Book Reviews of To Love a Man

To Love a Man
To Love a Man
Author: Karen Robards
ISBN-13: 9780446353502
ISBN-10: 0446353507
Publication Date: 4/5/1988
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Great Book! A "bodice ripper" of the 80's.
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Under the searing African sun, they fough as fiercely as they loved...
she was Lisa Collins, beautiful and willful, a spoiled rich girl recovering from a tragic marriage, now in Africa as a journalist. He was Sam Eastman,a hardened soldier of fortune, fighting in Rhodesta's civil war. He saved her from a terrorist attack. And from that moment on, Lisa could not resist the red hot desire he awakened with his touch. Sam would make her his captive, his woman, taunting her, teasing her. treating her no better than a slave. He would take her when and where he chose. Hurting her pride even has he healed her wounds. She would hate him, love him, fight him, need him-as he neeeded her, as she strove to tame his wild enbittered heart, as he taught her TO Love a Man
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Love those jungle romances
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Hot adventure in Africa full of sizzle. Very romantic.
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it is a Karen Robards novel...what more needs to be said?
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"Journalist Lisa Collins was fast discovering she was out of her element in a world of war. She had come to Africa to get a story. She got more than she bargained for--a dramatic rescue from terrorists by a masculine, rugged soldier of fortune named Sam Eastman, and feelings as primal as terror and desire. Shaken, yet safe in Sam's strong arms, Lisa Collins, intrepid and independent reporter, had shocked herself by begging to be loved. Lisa's only previous sexual experience had been in a tragic marriage devoid of desire. Now she had thrown herself at a man who ordered her around like a soldier and treated her like the kind of woman he believed she was, a tramp. She hated him. She fought him. And she admitted she had found what she had been starved for--the hard, fierce lovemaking of a man. But in the isolated African bush, safety was far away, danger was very near, and time was very short to convince a mistrustful, embittered mercenary to fight one last battle . . . for her heart."
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Lisa's only previous sexual experience had been in a tragic marriage devoid of desire. Now she had thrown herself at a man who ordered her around like a soldier and treated her like the kind of woman he believed she was, a tramp.She hated him. She fought him. And she admitted she had found what she had been starved for-the hard, fierce lovemaking of a man. But in the isolated African bush, safety was far away, danger was very near, and time was very short to convince a mistrustful, embittered mercenary to fight one last battle...for her heart.