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Perigosa (The Rarest Blooms, #4) Perigosa The Rarest Blooms, 4 Epub Author Madeline Hunter Vinoschilenos.eu Tristan, Duque De Castleford, Acaba De Herdar Uma Pequena Casa E, Com Ela, Uma Grande Surpresa Daphne Joyes, Uma Bela Mas Agressiva Inquilina O Irreverente Tristan Deixa Logo Bem Claro Que Tenciona Seduzi La, Dar Lhe Prazer, E V La Coberta Apenas De Diamantes Mas Daphne Conhece Bem A Escandalosa Reputa O Do Duque, E N O Est Disposta A Ceder S Suas Provoca Es.No Entanto, Ambos T M Um Inimigo Em Comum Um Homem Cuja Malevol Ncia Acaba Por Os Ajudar De Uma Estranha E Inesperada Forma Existe, Todavia, Um Entrave O Segredo Que Daphne Guarda E Que A Leva A Ser Uma Mulher Extremamente Cautelosa Mas Embora O Seu Novo Senhorio Seja Arrogante E Se Entregue A Uma Vida De Deboches Exceto S Ter As Feiras , Daphne D Por Si A Baixar Perigosamente A Guarda At Porque, Afinal, Os Diamantes Ficam Bem Com Tudo E Tamb M Com Nada


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10 thoughts on “Perigosa (The Rarest Blooms, #4)

  1. says:

    I have been anticipating Castleford s story since I first met him back in the first book of this series, Ravishing in Red He was drunk, debauched, arrogant, thoroughly wicked, and I was helplessly intrigued He was almost unlikable in the beginning, but he grew through each book and stole the show whenever he had page time I think this book can be read as a standalone, but I don t think you ll have the same investment and fascination with Castleford if you haven t seen him evolve throughout th I have been anticipating Castleford s story since I first met him back in the first book of this series, Ravishing in Red He was drunk, debauched, arrogant, thoroughly wicked, and I was helplessly intrigued He was almost unlikable in the beginning, but he grew through each book and stole the show whenever he had page time I think this book can be read as a standalone, but I don t think you ll have the same investment and fascination with Castleford if you haven t seen him evolve throughout the series It s like Bewcastle in Mary Balogh s Slightly series You need that build up and growth throughout the series to really make the character pop I m pleased that the Castleford we see in this book is the same that we saw in ...

  2. says:

    4.5 starsI haven t read or listened to any of the other books in this series, but I picked this up in the recent Tantor Audio sale gawd bless em and was immediately hooked by the superb narration by Kate Reading.The story is pretty much a variant of your jaded rake meets woman who finally interests him plot, but what marks it out as a bit different is the inclusion of the historical detail around the Peterloo Massacre in 1819, pl...

  3. says:

    Hmm, I am not sure how I feel about the big surprise in the last 10 pages.Another solid effort from MH .

  4. says:

    Once again I am completely taken by surprise I kind of want to know what was going on in Madeline Hunter s head when she wrote Sinful in Satin and this book because, in all honesty, these two books were LEAGUES above the first two I mean its night and day from book 2 to book 3 Just incredible I seriously don t know where to begin because even after 10 days, I am still...

  5. says:

    You know how when you re a kid you just can t wait to open that one really special looking present and it seems the day will never, ever arrive, but it finally does and you open it and there s just underwear and socks inside That s kinda the way I felt when reading this, after waiting so many months with so much anticipation The book has some beautiful moments but they are counterbalanced by some strange, awkward or boring ones The secondary female characters, heroines of the 3 previous books You know how when you re a kid you just can t wait to open that one really special looking present and...

  6. says:

    This is the final in a series and references the characters from those earlier books You don t need to have read the others to enjoy this one Probably But I d still recommend it.I ve been looking forward to this book from the beginning Or, rather, I looked forward to a romance containing either Daphne or Castleford Bonus that it s both Castleford has been the go to guy for out of the box solutions for the guys in the series and Daphne the same for the women So they re already strong chara This is the final in a series and references the characters from those earlier books You don t need to have read the others to enjoy this one Probably But I d still recommend it.I ve been looking forward to this book from the beginning Or, rather, I looked forward to a romance containing either Daphne...

  7. says:

    4.5 Devilish Duke Stars

  8. says:

    I enjoyed Kate Reading s narration of this audiobook just as much as I enjoyed reading the book three years ago I had forgotten some of the delicious details of the romance between Castleford and Daphne, and listening to these scenes was a toe curling experience I particularly liked ...

  9. says:

    Very rarely I come back to give an extra star from 4 to 5 a few hours after reading it.Madeline Hunter is an exceptional romance writer This final story in the Rarest Bloom series with Castleford and Daphne did not disappoint even though the ...

  10. says:

    There are too many things wrong here I cannot believe how Daphne was portrayed Unbelieveable Her past was just a headshake what Oh really Hmm As for Castleford, while it irks me, his development was rather good SPOILERS RECAP Blah blah the Rarest Bloom we already know about Daphne lives in the current residence that shelters the women that needs to get away from their unwanted past Enter Castleford absolute rakehell who decided to check out what his damn father left him Check they There are too many things wrong here I cannot believe how Daphne was portrayed Unbelieveable Her past was just a headshake what Oh really Hmm As for Castleford, while it irks me, his development was rather good SPOILERS RECAP Blah blah the Rarest Bloom we already know about Daphne lives in the current residence that shelters the women that needs to get away from their unwanted past Enter Castleford absolute rakehell who decided to check out what his damn father left him Check they meet Daphne hides her identity until he states his intentions Yes, she threatens to shoot him if he does anything That s the character I know and appreciate from her small roles in the other books She can easily just look through a man like glass who attempts to charm her but oh no, she knows better than to easily for their tricks Until sh...

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