Passionate Captivity

Passionate Captivity You are two people a mind and a body The mind is evasive and devious but the body is mine Michalis Konstantine was right April Stewart couldn t deny the spark of attraction that had flared between th

  • Title: Passionate Captivity
  • Author: Patricia Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780373033461
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
  • You are two people a mind and a body The mind is evasive and devious, but the body is mine Michalis Konstantine was right April Stewart couldn t deny the spark of attraction that had flared between them, almost from their first meeting It wasn t much consolation to realize that Michalis was fighting and resisting that attraction almost as hard as she was.His overpowe You are two people a mind and a body The mind is evasive and devious, but the body is mine Michalis Konstantine was right April Stewart couldn t deny the spark of attraction that had flared between them, almost from their first meeting It wasn t much consolation to realize that Michalis was fighting and resisting that attraction almost as hard as she was.His overpowering sensuality made her aware she was losing the battle How could she possibly be drawn to a man who made it quite clear he despised her morals and was determined to teach her a lesson for her seduction of his brother

    Passionate Captivity by Patricia Wilson Passionate Captivity is the story of Michalis and April, and phew, this was an exhausting read Basically, April s mother is getting remarried to a man who has a year ill tempered brat, and to escape the bad atmosphere decides to go visit a Greek friend Petros, who she had known in college. Passionate Captivity Patricia Wilson Passionate Captivity Patricia Wilson on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Michalis Konstantine was right April Stewart couldn t deny the spark of attraction that had flared between them Free Passionate Captivity Harlequin Romance PDF Download Passionate Captivity Harlequin Romance PDF Download with nonfiction texts to support learning and meet Ohio s New Learning Standards Learning Standards A Cultures and Connections. Passionate Captivity Open Library Are you sure you want to remove Passionate Captivity from your list About the Book You are two people a mind and a body The mind is evasive and devious, but the body is mine Michalis Konstantine was right April Stewart couldn t deny the spark of attraction that had flared between them, almost from their first meeting It wasn t much Passionate captivity Large print book, WorldCat Note Citations are based on reference standards However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Passionate captivity Book, WorldCat Note Citations are based on reference standards However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.

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      Patricia Wilson b 1929 was a British writer of 53 romance novels in Mills Boon from 1986 to 2004.

    221 thoughts on “Passionate Captivity”

    1. This was a fun story if you can get past the ridiculous motivation of the Greek billionaire hero kidnapping the heroine and holding her captive in his house for a few days. His motivation? Stop the heroine from breaking up the upcoming betrothal of his younger brother. Why did he think the heroine was in Greece to break up the betrothal? Because his younger brother told him. And why did the brother lie about his old school chum's visit? (view spoiler)[ It's reverse psychology! The younger brothe [...]


    2. Brunette April has two worries. Her fledgling interior design business is failing because of the Recession, and her new stepsister hates her. April's taken the opportunity to redecorate (at great personal expense) her mother's house while her mother is on her honeymoon, and has paid particular attention to stepsister's room, in a bid to make her feel more welcome. She's also taking herself off to Greece for two weeks, at the invitation of Pete/Petros, a mere acquaintance of her university days. [...]


    3. When heroine repeatedly kept telling the truth, hero would not pay ANY attention, brother dearest, who is apparently a pathological liar must be telling the truth.Then when she finally gave up and joined the SOB of a brother on the lie, the H kept whining about how NOW she's lying and she should trust him and tell him the truth.Ummwhat? Which one is YOUR preferred truth buddy? Pick one already!Then when he FINALLY knows the "truth" he STILL blames the heroine to help his USER of a brother in thi [...]


    4. mehIt's not horrible, but I regret wasting my time.This had so much potential, but the heroine was too much of a ninny. I kept rolling my eyes.


    5. "Passionate Captivity" is the story of Michalis and April, and phew, this was an exhausting read.Basically, April's mother is getting remarried to a man who has a 19 year ill-tempered brat, and to escape the bad atmosphere- decides to go visit a Greek friend Petros, who she had known in college.Instead she is kidnapped by his brother Michalis, who keeps her captive despite her numerous attempts to escape (yeah there IS one expected scene where her life is in danger and he rescues her)- chastises [...]




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