Angel In a Red Dress

Angel In a Red Dress

by Judith Ivory
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Angel In a Red Dress by Judith Ivory

Starlit Surrender throbs with excitement when a spirited nymph is totally captivated by an arrogant, lusty womanizer whose touch alone can melt her heart.

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ISBN-13: 9780061977558
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/06/2009
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 480
Sales rank: 621,581
File size: 864 KB

About the Author

Judith Ivory's work has won many honors, including the Romance Writers of America's RITA and Top Ten Favorite Books of the Year awards and Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award.

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Angel in a Red Dress 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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This book was sooooo frustrating. It combined an intriguing, sexy male lead, Adrian (I love that name), and an annoying co-dependent barnacle of a female lead, Christina. The plot started out typical and uninteresting and then warped into a fast paced complex ride about the reign of terror following the French Revolution that could have been awesome and kept me reading, but i couldn't help but be eager to finish the book and be done with Christina. Angel in a Red Dress had the makings of a great novel, but in the end it was dragged through the mud by frustrating and irritating Christina. She was bland and whiny and frankly I did not understand why Adrian, who was sultry and hot, even took the time to bother with her. Christina spends half the book whining that Adrian won't marry her even though she's pregnant with his child (Lots and lots of third trimester sex that turned me O.F.F.) and frankly I don't blame Adrian at all. Christina was a parasite clinging to Adrian and frankly she should have just gone to live in a convent and let Adrian carouse and philander to his heart's desire, she didn't deserve him. When he finally does consent to marry her, the idiot refuses him!!!! Why?? WHY???? She bitched and moaned for a good 150 pages and then pushes him away! Adrian is a fantastic male lead, and I would have loved to see him with another female. Another thing that pissed me off about this book was the name. What red dress? There was not one red dress in the entire story. And Christina was no angel, just a bitchy, indecisive, clingy little girl.