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5 stars rounded upI thought we had another Pagan Loveron our hands but no doing Yes, we have a heroine who was coerced into marriage by a dark domineering alphahole, but then the thing veers way off.
The story started with our submissive heroine, Roxanne, who was madly in love with Joel or something other and just can t wait to get married However, they were waiting until her fianc saved enough money, which you can guess was a really bad decision should ve tapped that man During this segment of the story, it was emphasized how passive and subservient she was and how she followed everything her conservative father and nurse said to the letter One night at a party the boyfriend s out of town, of course she spied the hooked nose hero he s Roxanne Had Always Been Rather Used To Doing As She Was Told Without Question Which Was Presumably Why, When The Mysterious Mexican Don Juan Armando Ramires, Known As The Black Eagle , Swept Into Her Life, Married Her, And Carried Her Off To His Hacienda, Roxanne Found Herself Meekly Submitting To It AllAnd So She Embarked On This Curious Marriage For Certainly It Was No Ordinary Marriage The Hacienda, She Was Told, Was Haunted Still By The Spirit Of Marta, The Girl Juan Had Worshipped, And Always Would Worship Indeed, It Was Only Because Of Her Striking Resemblance To Marta That Juan Had Married HerIn Time, Roxanne S Hatred Of Her Husband Turned To Love But What Chance Had She Of Reaching His Heart This one is very similar to Violet Winspear s The Devil s Darling combined with Bram Stoker s Dracula This hero even has a widow s peak The heroine s male friend goes to a remote Mexican town where he is begrudgingly taken in by the hero, a dark, broody, mysterious recluse living in isolation at his grand hacienda, mourning his dearly departed fiancee for the past ten years.
The heroine s friend shows a photograph of the heroine to Dracula the hero, who is immediately besotted because the heroine is the doppelganger of that long ago, dearly departed fiancee Wasting no time, the hero packs up for a visit to England, where he proceeds to compromise the heroine in order to force a marriage.
Upon their return to Mexico, heroine and hero have a bunch of increasingly annoying and frustrating Great, Big, Terrible Misunderstandings, which are exacerbated by the evil scheming of a Mrs Danvers 3.
5 stars rounded upI thought we had another Pagan Loveron our hands but no doing Yes, we have a heroine who was coerced into marriage by a dark domineering alphahole, but then the thing veers way off.
The story started with our submissive heroine, Roxanne, who was madly in love with Joel or something other and just can t wait to get married However, they were waiting until her fianc saved enough money, which you can guess was a really bad decision should ve tapped that man During this segment of the story, it was emphasized how passive and subservient she was and how she followed everything her conservative father and nurse said to the letter One night at a party the boyfriend s out of town, of course she spied the hooked nose hero he s Great opening 50% Wobbly conclusion I m almost certain that AH was channeling Star Trek era Ricardo Montalban for the hero, which is f ing fabulous His softly menacing accent sudden, powerful temper olive skin widow s peak is so totally Khan D Also, there s offscreen rape a random gothic vibe with the isolated hacienda crazy old housekeeper combining to drive the young innocent heroine to fits of depression terror All good stuffBut AH dropped the ball as the second half shifted into repetitive scenes of the heroine s waffling very little interaction with Khan, whether good or evil, due to the dreaded Big Mis Granted, the Big Mis is a HQN staple, but there are better ways to handle it ways that don t require the heroine isolating herself from her husband AND relying on a psycho octogenarian who literally froths at the mouth when discussing her dead m Great opening 50% Wobbly conclusion I m almost certain that AH was channeling Star Trek era Ricardo Montalban for the hero, which is f ing fabulous His softly menacing accent sudden, powerful temper olive skin widow s peak is so totally Khan D Also, there s offscreen rape a random gothic vibe with the isolated hacienda crazy old housekeeper combining to drive the young innocent heroine to fits of depression terror All good stuffBut AH dropped the ball as the second half shifted into repetitive scenes of the heroine s waffling very little interaction with Khan, whether good or evil, due to the dreaded Big Mis Granted, the Big Mis is a HQN staple, but there are better ways to handle it ways that don t require the heroine isolating herself from her husband AND relying on a psycho octogenarian who literally froths at the mouth when discussing her dead m I might actually be giving this one an extra star because I love the cover It was very vintage in feel with a whole lotta telling rather than showing There were not quite enough scenes with both the hero and the heroine It was also one of those books where you pretty much knew what was going to happen so some of the fun in reading it was dimmed I did appreciate that the heroine learned not to be so submissive I never really felt like the hero explained how he was over the old fiance adequately enough Most of that was related by the author in the wrap up instead of shown in an actual scene Consequently, I m not sure I really believed he was over her I needed out and out swearing that he loved Roxanne much than he had ever loved Marta Oddly enough, how he felt about Marta was not adequately explained either Also all the forceful married sex s You shall kiss me he snarled, and brought his mouth to hers Sensuous moments passed, moments of sheer agony for Roxanne, whose sensitive nature was outraged by this pagan treatment She recoiled inwardly but lay passive, feeling this was the best policy, for surely he would tire of inflicting his unrequited passion upon her But he did not tire On the contrary, her coldness only added fuel to his own fire and Roxanne felt she would soon lose her senses if he continued Her mouth was swollen and bruised, her body protesting at being overpowered One small tender breast was held savagely, the other crushed against the hardness of his chest You shall kiss me he repeated, shaking her and glaring into her tear filled eyes You shall, if Re read Years ago, when I was a teenager, this book was amongst my favorite translated copies, I read it in Arabic, from and I loved it so much I remember reading it over and over again Roxanne is an obedient, submissive girl She meets the mysterious Mexican Don Juan Armando Ramires who sweeps her into marriage, romance and his hacienda, only to discover that she bares a striking resemblance to his ex wife Marta She goes into adventures and changes slowly and falls for her wild husband.
All sorts of nope.
A nice read

Jane Wilby She has the distinction of being number one in Harlequin Presents, Masquerade and Silhouette Many of Presents have been reprinted many times some as many as 16 and are now fetching up to 55, being classed as rare books.She has had 3 awards, one at the World Trade Centre where she received a standing ovation from her American fans, who had come from many states just to meet her.She has written her autobiography, entitled Fate Was My Friend.She is retired, but in 2005 she wrote two romance and crime novels, both of which were published by Severn House.