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A Compromising Affair (Harringtons Series)
     

A Compromising Affair (Harringtons Series)

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by Gwynne Forster
 

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In her beloved Harringtons series, Gwynne Forster introduced the sexy, wealthy brothers from Maryland. Each found his perfect match, and now their family and friends are searching for happily-ever-afters of their own….

Scott Galloway has always known how to get what he wants. A U.S. Ambassador at thirty-six, he's got ambition to burn.

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A Compromising Affair (Harringtons Series) 2.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
PrincessRabb More than 1 year ago
I usually enjoy Gwynne Forster novels but I'm struggling so hard to make it to the end of this book since I bought it. I'm so disappointed with this book and it seems to be longer than it needs to be. I won't tell the details of what I have read so far but it takes to get to an explanation of her issues and it seems that Ambassador Galloway is extremely demanding, there was nothing compromising about the affair. It seemed to be his way or no way. I hope the next Harrington instillation is better and I look forward to it.
livforjoy More than 1 year ago
This was my first read of a work by Ms. Forster. The main characters -- both male and female are emotionally stilted. The male is demanding and emotionally immature. The female is the personification of a victim. Yet both these chacters are presented as successful professionals. Their friends' advice to the woman about what she should do to get and keep the male sounds like something out of the 1940's. I found it frustrating and insulting to women and to men as well. The love scenes have many of the "right" elements. But between the man demanding that the woman trust him or else as she is begging him to "get in me." I found those scenes to be emotionally abusive, insensitive, boring and too predictable -- in a totally negative way.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a fan of Gwynne Foster. This book failed on all levels. The Two main characters were stupid. The lady had no confidence and the male had too much. If I had bought this in paperback, I would have take it back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a book I was dying to complete but had to force myself to do so. It was so wishy washy. The Harrington series were good books, but, this one was not good at all for me. I love Gwynne's books, but, this was a very weak one to me..
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Ms. Forster writes for an old audience. Her venacular and expressions are awful and straight from the sixties....cat!
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