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Helen Gao Gao itibaren Szczęsne, Polonya itibaren Szczęsne, Polonya

Okuyucu Helen Gao Gao itibaren Szczęsne, Polonya

Helen Gao Gao itibaren Szczęsne, Polonya

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Ben küçükken annem bunu okudu. Ne kadar sevdiğimi anlatmaya bile başlayamıyorum. sırayla kaprisli ve iç açıcı. Oğluma okumak için sabırsızlanıyorum.

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Bu kitap sevgili eşim tarafından bana hediye edildi ve onu çok seviyorum

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http://luhathoughts.blogspot.com/2011...

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Hızlı, eğlenceli ve gerçek sayfa çevirici. Bu kitap sizi emecek -

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Bu küstah pop-kurgudan keyif aldığım için biraz utanıyorum, ama ne eğlenceli bir hoşgörü.

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Before I give a full review, I just wanted to put something out there. I'm sure many readers here do this, but just to be clear. I try to review each novel in the context of its genre, not as compared to all written word. When I review a Lora Leigh book, I'm comparing it to romance novels/romantic suspense, not say, historical fiction or horror. That would be comparing apples to oranges. Do all reviewers do this? I'm not sure. I've seen scathing reviews of books that reviewers clearly state are not in a genre they enjoy. In my opinion, it's hard to make head or tails of these reviews when you DO enjoy that genre. So, that being said, I liked Wild Card. 3.5 to 4 stars. Is it high literature? No. It does, however, bring a very angst ridden, unique story. Nathan Malone, ex-SEAL, has been tortured during a botched mission and is held prisoner by a drug cartel. Once he is rescued, he assumes a new identity and joins Elite Ops. His wife at home believes he is dead. A new threat brings him back to his hometown 6 years later. He sees his wife, Bella, and cannot resist pursuing her. Good points: the dark tortured encounters the protagonists have, the angsty writing, the sex. The bad points: I can suspend my disbelief, but the concept of a wife not recognizing her former husband's body, even with an altered face, is completely unbelievable. COME ON!!!!! I would know my husband's body anywhere, even if it were scarred. And a biggy: Lora Leigh needs to change things up. Yes, almost every novel culminates in some way with backdoor action and the girl is always going to the salon to be waxed. These scenarios get a little old. BUT, I obviously keep coming back for more!