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6 thoughts on “A Passionate Proposition

  1. says:

    I read a lot of Harleuin Mills Boon when my children were young I thought I had what it takes to be a romance writer To cut a long story short I didn't I had no talent for writing dialogue no patience for the sexist smouldering heroes But I did enjoy some of the novels I read mostly the ones by Australasian authors One of my favourites was S

  2. says:

    I did not want to read about a hero who slept with the heroine's cousin tonight Not tonight or any night Pretty disappointed with Susan Napier

  3. says:

    There was a LOT of depth to this story especially wrt to our hero Wow You read about that kind of stuff but I've never really thought too much about it except to say Ew We are of course speaking of his being sed

  4. says:

    It was okay I found it hard to like the hero Too arrogant in an annoying way I did like him well enough in the end because of the way he explained himself but by then it was a bit too little too lateThe other thing that annoyed me

  5. says:

    Anya never knew why Scott Tyler didn't like her but when he foung her in an inappropriate situation with his nephew she thought it was her endFortunately all the misunderstandings were cleared but it was to late her immaculate reputation as History teacher was ruined and the school started a formal investigationFeeling gu

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A Passionate Proposition

A proposition she can't refuseScott Tyler might want a red hot affair with Anya Adams but that doesn't mean he likes her On the contrary he's manage I read a lot of Harleuin Mills Boon when my children were young I thought I had what it takes to be a romance writer To cut a long story short I didn t I had no talent for writing dialogue no patience for the sexist smouldering heroes But I did enjoy some of the novels I read mostly the ones by Australasian authors One of my favourites was Susan Napier I even went to hear her speak at an Auckland Library This offering was written in 2001 long after I stopped reading romances her work seems to have lost it s sparkleThere is none of the humour of Napier s earlier work a lot of the NZ details seem to be wrong than likely changed by an overseas editor For example talking about being sued after an accident when ACC was still no fault The opening scenes were a little silly painfully drawn out The Big Misunderstanding lacked punch I was mentally rewriting it as I readNapier is still a dab hand with dialogue Anya Scott were an engaging pair but I don t enjoy children in my romances teens even less I want total escapismRating against other books in this genre 3 Good but not great if I hadn t already read better books by Napier well I would not be tempted to pick up another

Review A Passionate Proposition

D to get her suspended from her brand new jobRealizing he's gone too far Scott offers Anya temporary employment at his home But having her around ev I did not want to read about a hero who slept with the heroine s cousin tonight Not tonight or any night Pretty disappointed with Susan Napier

Download Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Susan Napier

Ery day is self control Soon all he can think about is making Anya a proposition that she share his bed night after night to their mutual satisfacti There was a LOT of depth to this story especially wrt to our hero Wow You read about that kind of stuff but I ve never really thought too much about it except to say Ew We are of course speaking of his being seduced for his baby making abilities then eliminated from his daughter s lifeuntil SHE needs HIMMakes my blood boilAnyway aside from that it is a truly fun read

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 192
  • A Passionate Proposition
  • Susan Napier
  • English
  • 09 February 2019
  • 9780373121939

About the Author: Susan Napier

Perhaps being born on Valentine’s Day was an omen that Susan Napier would become a romance writer This New Zealand author has written over 30 Mills & Boon category romances since 1984 Napier and her husband Tony Potter met when they both worked at the Auckland Star newspaper After they married she left the newspaper to work for a film company where she learned the art of dialogue After the bi