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He wanted to have revenge on him, by making him think that he was going to marry someone so unsuitable for the role of the duchess. Let me ask you, wouldn't you find that offensive? Well, Sophie did. You did it for you.

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It works for both of us. Apparently, King was so furious with his father because the old man didn't approve of his former love, Lorna.

And when that was brought up during dinner with the father, King implied that Sophie meant less to him than Lorna. Oblivious to her thoughts, the duke continued, goading his son. They had a row. King apologised and admitted that he knew that he was being an ass but he couldn't help it.

WTF King shared his sob story about Lorna. Not tonight. Not ever. King couldn't control himself so he sought Sophie out. WTF This happened: He understood, his gaze turning predatorial.

He, the hunter. She, the prey. I want you to stay here. I want to keep you here, at the center of this labyrinth.

King proposed they have sex. They almost had sex. King stopped at the last minute because he couldn't do it. King and Sophie finally had sex.

Note: King didn't say anything about marrying her at this point. Sophie's father caught them. King misunderstood the situation and despite Sophie's desperate pleas, proceeded to humiliate her and called her a gold-digger.

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Pain flashed in her blue eyes, and he almost believed it. You wanted to trap me. Jun 19, Daniella rated it did not like it Warning: There will be spoilers. And cursing. Lots of it.

I'm a very unforgiving reader. My GR friends know this. I don't know about you, but I have a very low tolerance for assholes who can't respect and trust the heroine. I've always adhered to the belief that if you can't tolerate a man's bullshit in real life, you shouldn't tolerate it in fiction.

And that's why I hate King.

I hate him so much I want to go all Wednesday Addams on him. King, our "hero" scoffs , may not be the worst asshole I've Warning: There will be spoilers.

King, our "hero" scoffs , may not be the worst asshole I've met in Romancelandia, but he's definitely up there on the list. The most damage he's done was attempting to leave Sophie to fend for herself, and telling her that she was uninteresting and stupid.

I found these to be justified under the circumstances; they started out as enemies, and unkind words were bound to be exchanged. I was only mildly annoyed, but was still hopeful that the hero wouldn't turn out to be such a motherfucking cretin. I was wrong. And you know how King responded?

He seduced her. Okay, sure, so they didn't do the deed. King merely "gave her pleasure" with his magical fingers eew, sorry but why the hell would any gentleman do that? Knowing that he had no plans for the woman? He wanted to have revenge on him, by making him think that he was going to marry someone so unsuitable for the role of the duchess. Let me ask you, wouldn't you find that offensive?

Well, Sophie did. You did it for you.

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It works for both of us. Apparently, King was so furious with his father because the old man didn't approve of his former love, Lorna. And when that was brought up during dinner with the father, King implied that Sophie meant less to him than Lorna. Oblivious to her thoughts, the duke continued, goading his son.And three, he has a proposition she never—and she means never—ever sees coming. Even still, his possessive gaze makes one thing clear.

I didn't want to put this book down.. My GR friends know this.

I can't wait to see what's next in the series.

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