Master of Love

Master of Love

by Catherine LaRoche

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781476709437
Publisher: Pocket Star
Publication date: 12/03/2012
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 336
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Catherine LaRoche is the romance pen name of Catherine Roach, who is a professor of cultural studies and gender studies in New College at the University of Alabama. Catherine won the Romance Writers of America Academic Research Grant in 2009 and is writing a book on how the story of romance—“find your one true love and live happily ever after”—is the most powerful narrative in popular culture. A lifelong reader of romance novels, she combines fiction writing of historical romance with academic writing about the romance genre for the best of both worlds.When not writing, reading, or teaching about romance, she enjoys hiking, cooking for friends, and spending family summers at a lake in her native Canada, where her loon call is known to sometimes fool the local loons.

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Master of Love 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
reececo331 More than 1 year ago
Mater of love An enjoyable book set in time and character with the two books she indicated or quoted from Jane Eyre and Black beauty. Only two areas of erotica, although very well written loving moments. The book stands on its own with the period pieces of the era it was set. Very well written, and with intriguing and mysterious twists and turns in plot and character. I could not put down the last few chapters.
kronan1 More than 1 year ago
So Sad.................................................................................... Dominic is rich, titled, surrounded by family that love him and so darn beautiful that no takes him seriously.  So he hides the fact he is a freaking genius under a bushel basket and writes philosophy under an assumed name.  Hard life.   Enter Calista.   Another freaking genius who speaks six languages no less.  She realizes someone is trying to kill him.  So does she tell him that?   NO.  She dresses as a boy.  Travels to  Scotland to hand out leaflets exposing Dominic as a smart person.  Yeah,  That'll stop the killer. And that's not even the stupidest thing she does.   If this book had been any dumber they would have had to make it a picture book.  Gave it two stars because some of the secondary characters were interesting.  Though his mother seemed like a total bimbo.  There were a couple of erotic love scenes thrown in.  They didn't seem to fit he characters in the book somehow.  A virgin librarian and a guy that was all talk and no action.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Racy for a Victorian romance. Staight-laced librarian meets high-born rich lothario by reputation. Turns out they have lots in common.
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