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I began making mental tick-marks every time they had sex and they do have sex many, many times. But the word she uses the most is one of the few words that guarantees an instant turn-off for me. I will give you one guess as to what that word is.

He ran a blunt fingertip through her cream She gazed, eyes riveted to the sight of the thick, proud shaft slick with her cream Eyes wide, Elizabeth whimpered as the hot velvet of his tongue swirled around and between her fingers, lapping her cream He was ensnared, gripped tight by her lithe thighs and creamy depths His hand, drenched in her cream, cupped her breast, pinched her nipple If you guessed "cream," you won!

Unless I'm reading a romance between a dairymaid and a milkman, I don't want to see the words "cream" or "milk" in my erotica - and this author uses both. Elizabeth sees this a pure lust, her emotions also fighting the fact that she feels Marcus is using their intense sexual attraction as revenge for leaving him and marrying someone else.

Marcus burns for Elizabeth every time he sees her and sometimes this intense emotion turns to anger. Elizabeth and Marcus argue, they sleep apart from each other in an attempt to quell their insatiable desire for each other, but always come back to one another.

They end up marrying still viewing their relationship as lust, then at some point their view changes and they accept their relationship,and each other for what it is, and when this happens the penny drops that they actually do love each other. So why did I think about giving this 4 stars? Anyway all in all an enjoyable Erotic 'Regency' Romance. With a very plausible story. Recommended for anyone and everyone who like this sort of thing: View all 5 comments.

Review is posted on My Blog. The Earl of Westfield, Marcus Ashford, has been obsessed with Lady Elizabeth Hawthorn since she left him high and dry to elope with another. Now four years later, her spouse has been murdered and Marcus is determined to scratch that itch for Elizabeth so he can stop obsessing over her. Little does he know that one taste isn't enough to quench his need, it only leaves him wanting more.

The love that develops between Marcus and Elizabeth is quite intense, especiall 4. The love that develops between Marcus and Elizabeth is quite intense, especially when they try to deny the magnetism.

This love story had action, murder, angst, and love scenes far too hot for a historical romance! This is the third book I have read by Sylvia Day and I can never put them down.

Though I do not usually read historical romance novels, I found myself re-reading passages and absolutely fell in love with this couple. View all 11 comments. I'm in disbelief that it's taken only until now for me to discover this gem. I love the premise of this story. I was instantly drawn to Marcus' and Elizabeth's story. They were engaged 4 years ago but through a misunderstanding, she eloped with someone else and he was left with a broken heart.

She's now a widow out of mourning and he takes no chances that someone else possess her. She was always suppose to be his and pursues her at her very WOW She was always suppose to be his and pursues her at her very first come out.

Sylvia Day shines in her description of their awareness of each other. He is determined to have her no matter the cost and she's equally determined to ensure that she doesn't end up hurt again. What is clearly and quickly evident is their sexual pull towards each other. Marcus is the only one that has ever made her feel that inner fire. Marcus launches a sensual onslaught that she's unable to resist however hard she tries.

They experience a carnal thirst for each other that can't seem to be satisfied. What ensues is a veritable feast of sexual encounters. It naughty and it's plentiful and to me since this is historical, this kind of highly arousing coupling is that much more taboo and makes it that much more erotic. There were many gasp worthy sex scenes. But for me this stands out mostly as a scorching hot historical.

What you would expect from the author that brought us Gideon and Eva — just in a different time and place but no less wonderful and exciting to read. View all 14 comments.

I normally love Sylvia Day books, but this one fell flat for me.

I did not like Elizabeth at all. She spent the entire book complaining and pushing Marcus away for his supposed faults or mistakes, when in truth she was blaming him out of her own lack of trust.

Every time you turned the page she was mad at him or barring him from her bed or crying because he didn I normally love Sylvia Day books, but this one fell flat for me. Every time you turned the page she was mad at him or barring him from her bed or crying because he didn't listen to her. She was a spoiled brat who didn't deserve him. Marcus would have been a great hero, if he hadn't put up with her crap for the whole book. I never quite understood why he had such a depth of feelings for her.

A disappointment for sure. View 1 comment. Out of 5 star: Mostly because I spent the first half of the book hating the heroine Elizabeth because she was a cold cruel bitch to the hero Marcus. Then I spend the second half of the book hating the hero because we was a cold cruel bastard to the heroin.

It seemed like the same events kept happening over and over again throughout the boo Out of 5 star: It seemed like the same events kept happening over and over again throughout the book with slightly varying circumstances. They make progress, they, pull away, they have an argument, and they have sex.

It was just stupid.

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I really didn't want to finish this book. But she is such a popular author and I had tried reading another book by her and couldn't finish it.

So I told myself to keep reading that hopefully in the end it would be okay. So I think I will have to put Sylvia Day on my no read shelf. View all 3 comments. Marcus and Elizabeth reunite years after a broken off engagement. Elizabeth cried off but with very good reason. Marcus doesn't quite see it that way! Marcus is still angry and very much still in love. But can they forget the past and move forward?

The chemistry between the two is sizzling hot! One scene I will not forget is when Elizabeth is feeling bereft and unsatisfied seeking to easy herself rather than giving into Marcus.

Just as she begins Marcus bursts into the bedroom declaring "Stubborn,c Marcus and Elizabeth reunite years after a broken off engagement. Just as she begins Marcus bursts into the bedroom declaring "Stubborn,contrary, maddening wench!

I can hear you! I found this to be a great read. View all 8 comments. Aug 13, Brenda rated it really liked it Shelves: You, Marcus Ashford, bastard! De laatste boeken van mijn grote idool vallen erg tegen. Het lukt me maar niet om me te identificeren met de hoofdpersonen.

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Er wordt geen aandacht besteed aan het gevoelsleven van de personen en het waarom ze doen wat ze doen. Erg oppervlakkig allemaal. I do not care that this book was written in , to me this is a bodice-ripper.

If you like a hero that ties the heroine up, spanks her, and rapes her when she says no, this is the book for you. I have read Sylvia day before and her sex scenes are hot! Although I have enjoyed all of her work, this one was the hardest for me to read.

I put it down halfway through and took a break.

Fortunately, when I came back to it, the last half was easier for me to read. View 2 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jul 29, Gilgamesha rated it it was amazing.

This book had everything I love except a certain indefinable quality which makes a novel 5 star worthy for me.

Marcus and Elizabeth are very real characters with all the flaws that makes human beings what they are. Because of my background in psychology I appreciated the complexities of their characters. I understood Elizabeth's fears of needing Marcus so intensely. I mean imagine if you have to depend on someone else for the very air you breathe or the modicum of sanity you maintain 4. I mean imagine if you have to depend on someone else for the very air you breathe or the modicum of sanity you maintain despite the crazy world you live in.

I also understood Marcus' unrelentless pursuit of Elizabeth. Somehow he understood her more than others Since he is human and therefore flawed himself he had his moment of fear and weakness which came to pass very quickly.

They were two souls unwillingly drawn to each other but very incompatible in their personalities.

Elizabeth's doubts and jealousy and Marcus' possessiveness and arrogance destroyed their chances of happiness once Day's love scenes rivals that of Hoyt's which is high praise coming from a Hoyt 'fan girl'. The spy-story line was interesting I guessed pretty quickly who the villain was but I was kept in a constant state of doubt and when the mystery was revealed there were many surprising components which resulted in a satisfying resolution. There are two things that bothered me about this book but I can't reveal it without spoiling the surprises so I will just vent to people who have already read the book lol.

So far I have not read a Day book I have not enjoyed View all 4 comments. Wow my first Sylvia Day book.. Hastily she elopes with her brother's friend and finds herself widowed a year later. After three years of mourning the two are reacquainted when Marcus tries to find who murdered Elizabeth's husband.

Stil harboring ill feelings towards Marcus, Elizabeth fights him at every single turn even denying her own passions. Now I must say that this story has some ups Wow my first Sylvia Day book..

Now I must say that this story has some ups and downs. Though the Hero was arrogant and conceited he was lovable to me. I actually liked him more than the heroine. Speaking of her, she was annoying and stubborn to no ends. She fought him so hard and he still chased her.

Even when she finally discovered the truth of what had occurred four years earlier, she still kept acting like an idiot. At one point, I wanted him to give her up. I think the plot could have been tighter. The whole mystery and danger kind of fell flat to me and it was disappointing. However it was still a good read.

I loved the steamy love scenes. There was alot of them but I still enjoyed them. View all 9 comments. Super Sexy! Hawthorn and Marcus are both spies for the Crown and when Marcus finds out that Elizabeth's a widow, he goes in for the kill. And by "kill," I mean "that booty. Because it's basically rape.

The heroine tells him no, fights him, resists him, and his answer to this is to tie her up so she can't move, tell her it's for her own good basically , and then resume having sex with her. There's some BS about how he's giving her "the freedom" to enjoy him without "guilt. The heroine is talking to another man? She must be cheating, that slut. The heroine locks him out of her room so he won't have sex with her? Clearly the answer is to obtain a key and break into her room.

The heroine flees him to one of her lesser-known estates?Crtica social, drama, perigo, espionagem ao servio de Sua Majestade, tenso, sexo e romance numa histria bem construda, viciante, que nos transporta a outros tempos e que se l de uma assentada.

Then, Marcus annoyed me because view spoiler [ after begging and pleading for Elizabeth to be his wife, he started treating her with indifference almo The storyline didn't grab me, so it was very put-downable.

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And despite everything, she wants him. Then I spend the second half of the book hating the hero because we was a cold cruel bastard to the heroin. View all 14 comments. The end of her mourning meant his interminable waiting was over.

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