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I still remember my rants about Katie and Ramon quite well.
Detailed Review Summary of Tender Triumph by Judith McNaught
She lives in Texas. Beyond Scandal and Desire. It was during one of these meetings Ramon came across her and rescued her from th This is a sweet story of of an Irish beauty met a man from Puerta Rica who had just lost all his wealth thanks to his father and was planning to move back to his roots and farm the property where he grew up.
You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout. This was not a terrible book, but it wasn’t one of those books that makes me squeal with happiness. By Sunday, her life is irrevocably changed forever. This was a train wreck! Left with almost nothing, Ramon decides to return back to his home roots in Puerto Rico to mcnaughr a farmer.
See more by Judith McNaught. Judith McNaught is a magical dreamspinner, a sensitive writer who draws on our childhood hopes jdith reminds us of loves power.
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Nov 01, Brenda Britton rated it it was amazing. I do not know which way you want it. Will Katie’s relationship with Ramon survive once the initial thrill of their simmering passion subsides? If the Duke Demands. Especially if that means moving country and quitting your job!.
With his charm and passionate nature, Ramon gives her a love she has never known. I think your hair is like heavy silk shining in the sunlight.
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Katie ConnellyRamon Galverra. Peurto Rico is beautifully described, as is the village and homes.
I was sure my initial opinion will change. Katie was being judgmental of his character right at the get go with him being Puerto Rican and all but he let it slide and when Katie was being unreasonable or a little emotional, he would just simply listen to her woes and comfort her after. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Which consists of the characters insulting each other back and forth and being okay with each other only because they find each other to be oddly physically attractive.
I think McNaught’s focus was more on Ramon’s character that Katie’s story suffered a little.
Too Hot To Handle. I thought it was very refreshing to read a woman that couldn’t say “I love you,” instead of a man. She may not have realized her feelings for him at the time but the way she would make sure he’s always happy proved that she truly cared for him.
The way he treats Katie is just so sweet and swoon-worthy because men rarely act like this nowadays. Duke of Secrets Moonlight Square, Book 2. Katie Connelly submerges her yender past in a promising career, an elegant apartment, and uncomplicated, commitment-free romantic liaisons. Katie desperately doesn’t want to end things between them. Secondly, though manipulative, McNaught has written bigger asses for heroes.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. She makes you laugh, cry and fall in love again. How to write a great review. However, Katie is triumpn kind despite her being judgmental. A sick fuck of a farce, but a farce. I will fill your days with gladness, and if God sends us heartbreak, I will hold you in my arms until your tears have passed and then Yriumph will teach you how to laugh again.
Unfortunately though, books like this have stigmatized the genre to some degree.
Then they came away empty-handed, and they grab harder and mcnaugth often, growing more disappointed and disillusioned each time. The kind that would grip you despite it’s simple premise. Published February 15th by Pocket Books first published