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For His Honor (For His Pleasure, Book 4)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

OMG!! I need to know what happens next!! Please let the next bo

OMG!! I need to know what happens next!! Please let the next book come out now!!

posted by 5764405 on July 30, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

OK, I'll admit I purchased all four of the books available in t


OK, I'll admit I purchased all four of the books available in this series. As I finished one and bought the next one, I sincerely hoped that, somehow, the writing would improve as the plot - what there was of one - evolved. Or, somehow, a miracle would happen and our s...

OK, I'll admit I purchased all four of the books available in this series. As I finished one and bought the next one, I sincerely hoped that, somehow, the writing would improve as the plot - what there was of one - evolved. Or, somehow, a miracle would happen and our shy, inexperienced heroine, Nicole, would wake up and realize that the sinfully handsome billionaire she believes she is in love with is a psychotic, abusive BDSM bastard who is incapable of anything more tender than beating the s**t out of her and then blaming it all on an abusive upbringing and promising faithfully it won't ever happen again. What won't we do for a Prada bag! Do I smell a trend; a whole new genre of romance novels? This series is apparently the new, 21st Century version of the Regency novels in which a rake who is, of course, a sinfully handsome and wealthy Lord/Duke/Knight seduces a poor, demure, innocent governess/parlor maid/destitute widow and then suddenly realizes he cannot live without her. But, of course, not before he has dismissed her from his presence when she was wearing nothing more than her shift. And has tossed her out of his elegant townhouse/country estate in the middle of the night. Into a wild rainstorm.Where she is attacked by a hungry, sinfully handsome vampire. (Sorry, got carried away!) There are apparently as many unattached, BDSM-loving billionaires about in the new millenium as there were unattached, wealthy nobleman rakes in the Regency era. Yes, I will confess that I have read both types of books. Some were charming, funny and well written and I cared about the characters and what happened to them. However, this series is neither charming nor funny and is certainly not well written. And I recommend the two main characters seek counseling immediately!

posted by Pfaux on July 31, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2012

    OK, I'll admit I purchased all four of the books available in t


    OK, I'll admit I purchased all four of the books available in this series. As I finished one and bought the next one, I sincerely hoped that, somehow, the writing would improve as the plot - what there was of one - evolved. Or, somehow, a miracle would happen and our shy, inexperienced heroine, Nicole, would wake up and realize that the sinfully handsome billionaire she believes she is in love with is a psychotic, abusive BDSM bastard who is incapable of anything more tender than beating the s**t out of her and then blaming it all on an abusive upbringing and promising faithfully it won't ever happen again. What won't we do for a Prada bag! Do I smell a trend; a whole new genre of romance novels? This series is apparently the new, 21st Century version of the Regency novels in which a rake who is, of course, a sinfully handsome and wealthy Lord/Duke/Knight seduces a poor, demure, innocent governess/parlor maid/destitute widow and then suddenly realizes he cannot live without her. But, of course, not before he has dismissed her from his presence when she was wearing nothing more than her shift. And has tossed her out of his elegant townhouse/country estate in the middle of the night. Into a wild rainstorm.Where she is attacked by a hungry, sinfully handsome vampire. (Sorry, got carried away!) There are apparently as many unattached, BDSM-loving billionaires about in the new millenium as there were unattached, wealthy nobleman rakes in the Regency era. Yes, I will confess that I have read both types of books. Some were charming, funny and well written and I cared about the characters and what happened to them. However, this series is neither charming nor funny and is certainly not well written. And I recommend the two main characters seek counseling immediately!

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 13, 2012

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    Ok. This is book 4 and I will not buy the next one. Not only are there few pages but few words per page. The writing is juvenile, the editing horrible and the story sequence totally improbable. Could not stay interested. With decent editing and being able to read entire book, might have enjoyed it. Feel ripped off money wise, too.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 20, 2013

    Short

    Enjoyed but way toooooo short- 79 pages. Not worth it

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2012

    Not very original!

    It appears she read the Fifty Shades of Gray books and decided to beome a writer. Her books are smutty, using unnecessary words and she definitely needs a new editor!

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2012

    Editor, anyone??????

    I am so mad I am addicted to this story. A BAD 50 shades wanna be. How is it I paid for this unedited, poor grammer mess???? I am desperate for a good read....this is not it.

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