I'm hoping that "Say You Love Me" is not a reflection of all Johanna Lindsey's novels. It was boring and silly; the hero lacks manliness and the readers get little exposure to the heroine. I finished reading the book but only because I skimmed through most of the book which involved secondary characters and the rambling thoughts of the hero. I've read some good reviews about Lindsey's other work, I'll give one of her other books a try.
A wonderful read. Another one of the unforgettable Malorys- cousin Derek this time-with a story that has sensuality, humor and romantic adventure. Always fun to read about this family.
If you love Johanna Lindsey, you will love this book.
Everyone loves a Lindsey! The all time best author.
If you like Johanna Lindsey, you'll love her nerwest Malory novel!
A tale of overcoming odds and ultimate self sacrifice.
Her parents deaths left Kelsey Langton penniless and responsible for the safety and well-being of her youngers sister Jean. Now circumstance and human frailty have conspired to leave them homeless as well. There's only one way she can rescue Jean's home, future and honor-and it means sacrificing her own. Kelsey must allow herself to be sold at auction.
This was such a pleasant read!
This book is part of the Malory stories. A penniless Kelsey Langton has to sell herself to save her sister. Lord Derek Malory is the highest bidder - she is to become his mistress. He just wasn't expecting to fall in love with her.