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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

dark historical romance

In 1822 Grace Paget has no idea why the thugs came for her all she knows is they kidnapped her from the family farm in Ripon and brought her to an isolated Somerset manor house. That is until her ¿hosts¿ offer her as a whore to the lunatic they hold prisoner Lord Shee...
In 1822 Grace Paget has no idea why the thugs came for her all she knows is they kidnapped her from the family farm in Ripon and brought her to an isolated Somerset manor house. That is until her ¿hosts¿ offer her as a whore to the lunatic they hold prisoner Lord Sheene. Although he has needs, Sheene refuses to touch the gift they bestow on him. However, Sheene realizes that like him Grace wants her freedom Grace realizes that the alleged insane aristocrat is not crazy and by not taking her proves he is not abusive either. As they fall in love, Sheene knows he has a more compelling reason than ever to escape his jailers as he wants to insure his Grace regains her liberty even if it means dying to achieve his revised goal. --- This dark historical romance grips readers from the moment the lead couple meets. Sheene is a tortured soul who wants his freedom back, but Grace gives him the extra incentive he needs. Their changing relationship from fear to admiration and respect to love is beautifully rendered by Anna Campbell. Fans will appreciate this fine tale wanting to know why his jailers insist Sheene is crazy while also seeking the author¿s previous tale (see CLAIMING THE COURTESAN). --- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

not as good as her other 2 books

I cannot say that I liked this book...the premise of the story was fine, but I found myself getting annoyed because the story seemed to drag on and on. Also, the writing was not as good, and the characters did not seem rich or well developed. I have just finished re-r...
I cannot say that I liked this book...the premise of the story was fine, but I found myself getting annoyed because the story seemed to drag on and on. Also, the writing was not as good, and the characters did not seem rich or well developed. I have just finished re-reading "Claiming the Courtesan" and Campbell's new book, "Tempt the Devil", and they are much, much better. Almost as if Untouched was written by someone else.

posted by 997857 on February 16, 2009

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    dark historical romance

    In 1822 Grace Paget has no idea why the thugs came for her all she knows is they kidnapped her from the family farm in Ripon and brought her to an isolated Somerset manor house. That is until her ¿hosts¿ offer her as a whore to the lunatic they hold prisoner Lord Sheene. Although he has needs, Sheene refuses to touch the gift they bestow on him. However, Sheene realizes that like him Grace wants her freedom Grace realizes that the alleged insane aristocrat is not crazy and by not taking her proves he is not abusive either. As they fall in love, Sheene knows he has a more compelling reason than ever to escape his jailers as he wants to insure his Grace regains her liberty even if it means dying to achieve his revised goal. --- This dark historical romance grips readers from the moment the lead couple meets. Sheene is a tortured soul who wants his freedom back, but Grace gives him the extra incentive he needs. Their changing relationship from fear to admiration and respect to love is beautifully rendered by Anna Campbell. Fans will appreciate this fine tale wanting to know why his jailers insist Sheene is crazy while also seeking the author¿s previous tale (see CLAIMING THE COURTESAN). --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2008

    Couldn't put it down

    At first I thought what a very odd story line this book has and then I kept reading and reading and couldn't put it down. I just wanted to know what was going to happen to Grace and Matthew. I finished this book in 1 day and thought it was great. I loved the way the author built the characters and their love for one another. I can't wait for her next book to read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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