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Posted December 5, 2013
Gabrielle travels to Tuscany to overcome to guilt she feels. She has never traveled to Tuscany on her own, it was always her and William's honeymoon spot until now. Filled with grief and mourning over her husband leaving her, Gabrielle travels to the Bed and Breakfast alone.
Julian knows what Gabrielle needs. He sees it in her eyes the first time she comes across his path. There is sadness in her eyes and he plans to help her overcome her grief. Something is haunting her but isn't quite sure what but he is determined to find out and help her.
Taught to Kneel is full of emotion, I felt close to Gabrielle in the story. I watched her learn to forgive herself and have to courage to move on. It was an eye opening story to see an author focus on the mental aspect of things versus just the sexual.
Posted April 28, 2013
This is a great read with so much emotion you can't help but become invested in the plot and with Gabrielle and Julian. It jumped off a little fast for me, some more build up would have made it a little more believable, but once I accepted that "it could happen" that quickly it became a minor point for me. The book is well written and I truly would love to see a follow up book!
Posted April 21, 2013
Gabrielle is on vacation but happy. Julian is also on his own. I think one of the interesting thing in this story is that it was the wife who cheated. Both Gabrielle herself and Julian's husband. He feels that he knows what she needs and what he didn't give his own wife. I love that both recognized that this was temporary because they were going home but the possibility for more was left open and on the table.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.