Love Play

Love Play They have money power and arrogance and the world is theirs Beautiful and unspoiled Sara Coleville knows she can play their game Now her fine bred defiance and brazen masquerades have excited Marco

  • Title: Love Play
  • Author: Rosemary Rogers
  • ISBN: 9780380779178
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Paperback
  • They have money, power and arrogance and the world is theirs Beautiful and unspoiled, Sara Coleville knows she can play their game Now her fine bred defiance and brazen masquerades have excited Marco Marcantoni enflaming the hot blooded duke s most shameles passions and wildest desires He vows he will have her, in secrecy and seclusion to use until all his needs areThey have money, power and arrogance and the world is theirs Beautiful and unspoiled, Sara Coleville knows she can play their game Now her fine bred defiance and brazen masquerades have excited Marco Marcantoni enflaming the hot blooded duke s most shameles passions and wildest desires He vows he will have her, in secrecy and seclusion to use until all his needs are satisfied But Sara s innocence is deceptive And it is she who must ultimately prevail in this world where wealth makes love easyd passion makes it dangerous.

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    1. Poor Sara! Golden haired and beautiful, sensitive and romantic, she is still forever overshadowed by the other women in her family. Mama Mona is the most glamorous movie star in Hollywood. Half sister Delight is the most wickedly adventurous porn star in the business. Sara is in the middle, wondering -- will any man ever find me desirable?Enter Marco DeCavalieri, the most intense, passionate, possessive, and GORGEOUS hunk in all of Italy. Worth hundreds of millions, powerful and ruthless, Marco [...]

    2. I would never call myself a Rosemary Rogers fan, but I actually really liked this book. It was very Harlequin Presents-esque. The heroine is a very sweet, innocent woman who pretends to be her quite experienced sister who has a bad reputation (think Paris Hilton), and gets kidnapped by an Italian duke because he doesn't want her to marry his brother (he thinks she's the sister initially but finds out in the typical HP way that she isn't. You can guess what I mean if you read HPs). I quite enjoye [...]

    3. Lately, I've been re-reading all the trashy novels of my pre-teen years – the ones I read strictly for the sex scenes. And I just finished the final book in Rosemary Roger's trifecta of offensive contemporary romance novels: Love Play (The Insiders and The Crowd Pleasers are the other two). Surprisingly, this is the least offensive and the most boring of the three. This time around there isn’t any rape, but there’s lots and lots of threats of rape (rape is a thing with Rosemary Rogers in h [...]

    4. Toujours le même schéma: une plume cynique, "héroïne" masochiste, "héro" sadique pour qui toutes les femmes sont des putains. Viols et autres humiliations à gogo perpétrés par le "héro" et autres personnages masculins du roman - après tout elle l'a bien cherché - et l'''héroïne" subissant le tout avec un stoïcisme digne des plus grands martyres religieux.Je ne suis jamais entrée dans l'histoire où de toute façon rien ne se passe, les "héros" sont à baffer et je passe sur le ri [...]

    5. The whole kidnap, rape, Delight facade carried on much longer than I thought necessary. Also, the rapid cut-away perspectives made the book feel schizophrenic at times. I didn't mind the fact that they were both passionate and obstinate and witty with their traded barbs and vicious plots to destroy and dismantle one-another. Even when he was physically abusive it was easier to dismiss because she was so obviously completely enraptured by him that she felt she deserved it for stirring his ire. An [...]

    6. This is one of Roger's less ridiculous comptemporary romances, but it is still bodice rippery enough and 70s' trashy to be fun. The banter gets a little redundant and stale towards the middle of the book, but thankfully the characters finally give in a little to how they feel and see eachother in a more intimate way. The ending love confession was a bit lackluster and didn't take into account the hidden personality of the main protagonist, but it was still a decent HEA.

    7. One Word that describes this book. Amazing!! I really loved reading this story. I love the story line and the main characters in there. The romance was steamy and hot. I am so glad I stumbled upon this book in a library sale. I actually have the hard cover older version of it. After, reading this book I'm definitely going to check out other books by this author. I look forward to reading more books by Rosemary Rogers.

    8. Rosemarie Rodgers tends to put the reader through a lot of rigmarole, but the endings seem to make up for it. Love the happy ending!

    9. For such a twisted "love" triangle I thoroughly enjoyed Mrs. Rogers work, and I really didn't want this novel to end. It is a love story on a major detour, and is something I certainly wouldn't have thought of, but I am glad Mrs. Rogers did. As surprising as the plot was, I was even more surprised by the ending, and would really love to hear more about how all turned out in the end. I truly wish that more of the story was still left to read.

    10. Dear Rosemary, I have read a lot of your books ,most of these were beyond awful. well,so sad ,there will never be another Sweet Savage Love(It was such an amazing book! ).It's so hard to believe You wrote Sweet Savage Love!

    11. How in the hell did I end up with this book in my collection!? Other than some sexy love scenes, a waste of time. Runs fairly true to the romance novel formula. The protagonist screams her protests, gives in to the guy, and then ends up loving him.

    12. Read this a long time ago. I want to read it again. Can anyone give me an ebook copy please? Pretty hard to locate this book in the local bookstores. Thanks!

    13. This was the frist book i read i was transformed into another world and i just loved it.It was my introduction in to romance novels.Love this book.

    14. A damsel in distress. I felt like I've read this book before. I'm not sure if it's because I indeed read it, or if it's because it was just that obvious. Twins swap places, man kidnaps wrong twin, man is mean, cruel and seduces woman, woman hates man but allows herself to be seduced. They have a love/hate relationship. They fall in love with each other. I didn't like that Sara had many chances to tell the truth, but she chose not too. Immaturity and denial on her part.An obvious read with an obv [...]

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