Book Reviews of Spanish Rose

Spanish Rose
Spanish Rose
Author: Shirlee Busbee
ISBN-13: 9780380898336
ISBN-10: 0380898330
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Avon Books (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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From the cover: He was her family's bitterest enemy, and now he stood before her, his magnificent body in chains, captured by her brother - enslaved. But from the moment ravishing Maria Delgato gazed into Gabriel Lancaster's burning emerald eyes there was no question who was the real prisoner.

Gabriel despised this tempting Spanish flower whose flawless face rose to haunt him in every fevered dream. He would escape on a pirate ship bent on plunder - and then one day return as conqueror to destroy all Maria's resistance in the smoldering fire of his embrace....

From lush Caribean estates to desperate battles at sea, all the way to the glittering English and Spanish courts, Maria and Gabriel would rage against the one truth their hearts could never deny, and which passion alone could set free.
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The novel gripped me from the start. Maria and Gabriel were a delightful couple whose struggle until they realised their love for one another, captivated me. The plot is filled with unexpected twists and turns. I think what I liked most about this novel, was that it did not end when they realised that they loved eachother. Too often, romance novels do, and one is left with a feeling of frustration, of wanting to know what happened after their declaration of love! The Spanish Rose is not like that, and one can contentedly go on to read further, and enjoy the extra twists and turns that Shirlee has in store! This was an EXCELLENT novel, and I recommend it to all romantics out there - if you are reading this, and haven't read it yet - why waste time...READ!
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He was her family's bitterest enemy, and now he stood before her, his magnificent body in chains, captured by her brother - enslaved. But from the moment ravishing Maria Delgato gazed into Gabriel Lancaster's burning emerald eyes there was no question who was the real prisoner.

Gabriel despised this tempting Spanish flower whose flawless face rose to haunt him in every fevered dream. He would escape on a pirate ship bent on plunder - and then one day return as conqueror to destroy all Maria's resistance in the smoldering fire of his embrace....

From lush Caribean estates to desperate battles at sea, all the way to the glittering English and Spanish courts, Maria and Gabriel would rage against the one truth their hearts could never deny, and which passion alone could set free.
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She was his prisoner to do with as he pleased..
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He was her family's bitterest enemy . . . and now he stood before her, his magnificent body in chains, captured by her brother - enslaved. But from the moment ravishing maria Delgato gazed into Gabriel Lancaster's burning emerald eyes, there was no question who was the real prisoner!
Gabriel despised this tempting Spanish flower whose flawless face rose to haunt him in every fevered dream. He would escape on a pirate ship bent on plunder - and then one day return, as conquerer, to destroy all Marias's resistance in the smoldering fire of his embrace!
From lush Caribbean estates to desparate battles at sea, all the way to the glittering English and Spanish courts, Maria and Gabriel would rage against the one truth their hearts could never deny . . . and which passion alone could free.