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Pleasure Chest

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2006

    Touching!!

    I wasn't sure how Jule McBride would pull off the concept when I read the synopsis. However, I was more than pleasantly surprised. The book was amazing, not too predictable, and leads you to believe there won't be a happy ending. I will definitely look for more titles by this author.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Eighteenth century artist and pirate Stede O¿Flannery is cursed to live inside one of his paintings. Every once in while, Stede escapes his prison to live a week as a mortal. If he falls in love during one of his hiatus, the curse will end.------------------ New York artist Tanya Taylor finds an O¿Flannery painting in a junk shop and buys it though she is not sure why or even if she likes the work. She takes it home only to have Stede step out of the painting and into her bedroom. Stede is attracted to the doubting female hostess, but Tanya who likes the hunk¿s built doubts his story as being to incredulously over the top. As she begins to fall in love with Stede, Tanya begins to believe him. She vows to help him find a way to overcome the curse while he realizes this week is all the magic he needs.---------------------- The key to this fun time travel romance is Stede struggling to adjust to a twenty-first century technological world of convenience. Readers will appreciate his fumbling amusing efforts with modern gizmos, but also cherish his adeptnesswhile making love. Tanya is a fine counterpoint though perhaps some will say she accepts a semi nude hunk showing up out of nowhere too easily even if this is New York. Jule McBride provides a delightful romantic fantasy in which the star-crossed lovers know if they conquer the curse, he still may return to his time. Harriet Klausner

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