Book Reviews of Tender Lies

Tender Lies
Tender Lies
Author: Kay McMahon
ISBN-13: 9780821729816
ISBN-10: 0821729810
Publication Date: 5/1/1990
Pages: 448
Rating:
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2.5 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp
Book Type: Paperback
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Shipwrecked upon an Irish shore, Reid Hamilton thought he'd died and gone to heaven when he gazed up into an angel's face. Then the chestnut-haired beauty called him by another man's name and seemed to believe he was there to marry her. At first, playing along with the charade was a sensual diversion. But as their sweet kisses deepened into passion-drenched embraces, Reid was less and less willing to admit his deception. Later was soon enough for the truth...now was the time for feverish whispers and ecstatic lovemaking, the memories of which would sustain him on the long trip home.....
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He tricked an Irish Lass. Shipwrecked upon an Irish shore, Reid Hamilton thought hed died and gone to heaven when he gazed up into an angels face. Then the chestnut-haired beauty called him by anothers name and seemed to believe he was there to marry her. At first, playing along with the charade was a sensual diversion. But as their sweet kisses deepened into passion-drenched embraces, Reid was less and less willing to admit his deception. Later was soon enough for the truthnow was the time for feverish whispers and ecstatic lovemaking, the memories of which would sustain him on the long trip home.

She trusted a British liar. Green-eyed Bevan ORourke would never have thought "Graham" would deceive her. She thought he was her hero when he joined her brothers in trying to break her father out of the Crowns prison. But then hed disappeared and the real Graham arrived to claim her as his wife. Bevan knew she should feel well red of the seductive imposter. Yet as she savored the rapturous memories of his muscular frame moving over hers, she cursed herself for being a romantic fool, and, worst of all, for believing in his Tender Lies