Johanna Lindsey · Paperback Captive of My Desires tells a passionate love story that will capture your heart and never let go. Read more. Johanna Lindsey is one author I can usually enjoy if I don’t think much With all the recent talk of pirates, I can’t see Captive of My Desires as a. Captive of My Desires by Johanna Lindsey – THE MALORYS RETURN! Johanna Lindsey sweeps readers into the dazzlingly passionate world of the.
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While she’d never once doubted that he loved her, he had never lived at home with her for any length of time.
For those familiar with the Malory books, most myy certainly remember James from Gentle Rogue. First of all, where did the cheeky, fun-loving Drew Anderson from prior Malory novels go? Nope, our hero and I use that term loosely and with disgust desires her fiercely and won’t take no for an answer and in a moment of drunkenness spills her secrets at a ton party.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. She only sees him occasionally, a couple of times a year, but she loves him Drew kept insisting on the piracy matters and shifting the blame to her. Drew is about to leave from London, but before he goes, a wrong choice and a mean comment is rising a scandal about Gabrielle I won’t go into details so as not to spoil things for unsuspecting readers.
I guess he forgot that his beloved sister Georgie married an ex pirate, and he would probably kill anyone who said the same thing to her. I don’t know how you think relationships work, Ms.
England had been her home all of her life. But I can’t say the same for Drew, the “hero. But after three years of freedom, her father persuade her to return back to England to find a husband But as passion runs high on their sea voyage, it becomes difficult to tell who is truly the captor and who is the captive.
Jul 11, Purple rated it really liked it.
Changing the setting from pirates lair, to Caribbean, to London ballrooms, to life aboard ship. I snatched up this book solely on the fact she captife ‘A Malory Novel’ on the cover and all I could think of was, “OOooo, a Malory novel.
Nov 02, Holly rated desirex did not like it Shelves: More by Johanna Lindsey. Historical Romance Review Tags: No trivia or quizzes yet. But she can barely comprehend this situation before she is informed that she desperately needs to return to the Caribbean.
If Apple Books doesn’t open, click the Books app in your Dock. D i loved the fact that in this book we could see english ballrooms, ton, fancy life He hears the word “pirate” and “Gabrielle” in one sentence and condemns her as one of their ba This was so disappointing. I was happy when Gabby came into the picture.
But something is changing when in her sister’s house is arriving Gabrielle Devastated by her mother’s death, eighteen-year-old Gabrielle Brooks sets sail from England to a Caribbean island in search of her estranged father. She has written over 30 books, of which 54 million copies are in print and have been translated into 12 languages.
Dec 07, KarenH rated it it was ok Shelves: I know this is a romance and apparently, you HAVE to have the I’m-cynical-because-whatever hero and the push-pull thing between the characters before they can get their HEA, but his problems are first world problems.
July 16, Publication Date: Her plan was working quite well until suddenly the tables are turned and Drew is the one holding Gabrielle captive when he regains control over his ship. Her arm was probably bruised where he’d gripped it.
It wasn’t the captain who’d given her the order, though. Paperbackpages. May 21, D.
This is where Johanna Lindsey lost me. But Gabrielle doesn’t have a problem with that and she is starting to live with johabna This book was missing something.
Sparks fly both in London and on the High Seas.