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Posted February 27, 2008
Gideon Pearsall is your typical blustering I'll-never-marry blah blah blah type male lead. He makes a wager with three of his closest friends on which of them will be the 'last man standing' in terms of marriage. Of course all three of these gents have their own books as well. Anyway, not long after he makes this bet he meets Judith, a wealthy widow of great esteem who is known for taking lovers, as well as her intelligent views on life. Anyway, these two begin an affair filled with the very predictable Do I love him? Do I love her? Does he love me? Does she love me? debacles. Things are made worse by yet another typical romance novel ploy. An old mistress of Gideon's whispers lies into Judith's ear and drives a wedge between the two lovers. All in all......boring. There is nothing interesting or creative in this book. The characters lack any real depth or intrigue and the love scenes were devoid of heat or passion. Don't waste your shelf space.
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Posted May 13, 2009
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