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From making his bed Blushing brighter than her flame-coloured hair, she’s sure she’ll be fired. Then Cazier presents her with a shocking proposition To lying in it! The infamous billionaire needs to stop the prying media digging into h From making his bed The infamous billionaire needs to stop the prying media digging into his scandalous past, and Tawny is the perfect diversion.
The seduction of society beauties has always come effortlessly to Navarre, yet getting feisty Tawny to wear his ring, even if just in public, could be his greatest challenge yet!
Mass Market PaperbackHarlequin Presentspages. Published May 22nd by Harlequin first published January 1st Marriage by Command 3. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A Vow of Obligation kbligation, please sign up. How to download a vow of grqham ebook? See 1 question about A Vow of Obligation…. Lists with This Book. Dec 11, StMargarets rated it it was ok Shelves: This final story in the trilogy seemed a little off to me.
The chambermaid heroine is caught in the act of stealing the hero’s laptop at the request of her friend who wanted to delete nude obligatiin of herself. There were no nude photos and the heroine was set up. The hero has his own problems.
He has been linked with an aging actress and her husband is suspicious. Hero decides the heroine can pretend to be his fiance at a movie premiere and during a business weekend where one of his former lovers This final story in the trilogy seemed a little off to me.
Hero decides the heroine can pretend to be his fiance at a movie premiere and during a business weekend where one of his former oof is married to an executive he wants to do business with. Right off I knew the hero wasn’t having an affair with the aging actress view spoiler [ I thought it was his sister, but it’s his mother.
The heroine was a cartoonist, but was working as a chambermaid so she could keep s grandmother in an expensive retirement community. Laudable – buy why a chambermaid? She has grahan degree.
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The hero didn’t have a lot of personality. Liked the ladies and had a tough childhood. The last third of the story concerns the fallout from the two week relationship.
Obbligation heroine’s two sister get involved, manufacturing some drama as they urge the stubborn heroine to contact the hero and then passing on gossip about the hero and the aging ggaham.
All these extra character scenes diluted the romance, in my mind. The hero really didn’t seem all that besotted – more resigned to his fate. Heroine obpigation a chip on her shoulder about her parents and her rich sisters and the unfairness of life. She was not your typical sunny LG heroine. View all 19 oblugation. I almost could not believe this book was written by Lynne Graham!!!!!!
Though I sort of liked the first book…you can check my review http: Just so not do it for me!!!!! And I just found them so boring…. I found it really hard to believe this……so Tawny is small, natch!!!! Very little interaction with her sisters…which I would have loved to see lynbe of and what their lives were like now after they found their HEAS….
So, I did finish the book though I did struggle a bit at times…. View all 3 comments. Obligatiom have to say obligaion Lynne Graham is def back on her game with this last entry into her series of three half sisters.
This last story is about Tawny Blake and Navarre Cazier. Navarre is our H who is a French billionare ,has certain ways of doing things and as usual for an HP hero has deep trust and commitment issues.
He is a typical LG hero whom you just love to hate. Tawny is his complete opposite in every way ,and when they meet for the first time,well ,it is just explosive. Tawny has been set up by I have to say that Lynne Graham is def back on her game with this last entry into her series of three half sisters.
Tawny has been set up by a so called good friend to steal Navarre’s laptop from his hotel room where Tawny is the maid.
She gets caught in the act fo Navarre and her friend,when questioned ,denies everything. Things fall into place as Navarre very neatly blackmails her into being his pretend fiancee for a few weeks to throw a smokesscreen to the press to detract from his relationship with Tia,a very beautiful actress who is married. From the beginning ,Navarre has an fow sexual attraction for Tawny and several times has kissed her. LG writes some steamy love scenes in this book and you can feel their passion burn those pages.
There were some very funny dialogue between the characters that had me laughing at times,snarky humor as only an LG herione and hero can volley. There was one where Navarre told Ljnne to inform him if she got pregnant and she said to the effect that not possible ,if his sperm and her egg ever got together they would just fight.
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I have to say that I really enjoyed this story very much and glad to say that she is returning to somewhat her old style of writing. A good end to this trilogy about three half-sisters who have a philandering, no-good father in common. Tawny is the youngest sister. She has a fairly good head on her shoulders, although I thought she was very naive in believing Julie’s sob-story about Navarre having naughty pictures on his laptop of them. I think she wanted to believe the best of people, and I can’t fault her for that.
Was not liking Navarre initially. I loved the twist Lynne Graham embedded in this story. As I read, the layers A good end to this trilogy about three half-sisters who have a philandering, no-good father in common.
As I read, the layers peeled back from Navarre’s character, and I had the opportunity to get to like him the hard way. Grajam was more cold and emotionally detached than I would have liked. I think that I could see obligaiton love for Tawny by the end of the book, and the reveal made me feel much better about the situation between him and Tia.
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I can’t say why though, ’cause it’s a spoiler. I don’t think Navarre is quite as romantic as Bee and Zara’s husbands, but in the end, he comes through. I liked that all the sisters had some moments together as a family.
I was missing that from the first two books. This was a light, entertaining read. Perfect wind-down material from a long week. Makes me want to do a Lynne Graham binge! View all 4 comments. Poor thing had THAT for a mother! Jan 11, Fanniny Moreno Zavaleta rated it liked it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I’m not in the mood to write so Tawny and Navarre, not names to my liking. Tawny lost the affection I had for her from the previous two books when she fell for the laptop scheme.
Navarre wasn’t particularly bright either. She recovered a bit for the way she answered back. I thought she was going to be a sister, I think making her his mom looking like a teenager was a bit of a stretch and just like Tawny I didn’ I’m not in the mood to write so I thought she was going to be a sister, I think making her his mom looking like a teenager was a bit of a stretch and just like Tawny I didn’t get their relationship.
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May 28, Alisia rated it it was ok. Beyond Reading I’m so very tired of Lynne Graham’s books but, then again, I must be a sucker for punishment because I keep reading them – I read one or two good ones and decided that she must have some more in store. Her women always bend for the men, compromising everything and breaching their Written for: Her women always bend for the men, compromising everything and breaching their morals for nothing.