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Zoë Chapman can't stand arrogant men! She and Rico Cortes are destined to clash — though she can't deny that he's the ultimate Latin lover. But Rico thinks. Start by marking “Virgin for Sale (Uncut, #1) (Harlequin Presents, #)” as Want to Read: Virgin for Sale (Uncut, #1) (Harlequin Presents, #) Susan Stephens was a professional singer before meeting her husband on the tiny Mediterranean island of Malta. Get Free Read & Download Files Susan Stephens S PDF. SUSAN STEPHENS FREE PDFS. Download: Susan Stephens Free Pdfs. SUSAN STEPHENS FREE .
And yet each time she pushes him away, their mutual attraction just keeps dragging them back together. But Tino has other plans, and returns to his Greek Island. Susan had written several non-fiction books when fate took a hand. Not worth the effort. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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Sort order. Oct 01, MelissaB rated it it was ok Shelves: Wow the writing in this book is BAD. It really makes no sense. Both the leads are pretty unlikable.
The dialogue and plot is hard to follow and all over the place. The heroine was in some "commune" when she was younger but we are never given a lot of info about it and we have no clue what happened to her mother.
The hero was apparently abused when he was a young orphan but it wasn't every really described either.
Now they both like to be in control and in charge of their businesses, but they are Wow the writing in this book is BAD. Now they both like to be in control and in charge of their businesses, but they are attracted to each other and have a bunch of encounters with strange dialoge. The only good part of this book was the spanking scene and even that was kind of weird.
This is my second Susan Stephens book and both had terrible writing, I don't know how she gets published. She is officially on my "never again" list. I am giving two stars only because the hero spanks the heroine which I found hilarious and she calls herself a "naughty girl". The rest of the book might have been better if an 8 year old wrote it.
View all 39 comments. It is always interesting to read a book that has been reviewed passionately, even when those reviews are negative. Having read and enjoyed other Susan Stephens books I was surprised and curious at the reactions to Tino and Lisa's story. Having now read the book, I am not entirely surprised at some of the criticisms. The sex scenes are definitely unusual in this genre. The fact that this book pre-dates the 50 Shades phenomena makes it all the more interesting.
The love play does have some slight o It is always interesting to read a book that has been reviewed passionately, even when those reviews are negative. The love play does have some slight overtones of erotica but so mild in comparison that they would hardly raise a blip on the current radar. What I found interesting was the fact that those scenes were love-play with lots of fun and humour between the protagonists.
Considering the dark pasts of both hero and heroine, that is actually very significant and I found it very moving.
This is a story about two very wounded people who believe they will never find love and happiness and safety with a significant other. I loved watching them interact with all the bravado and masks that were no match for love when it found them.
At times the writing was a little uneven, mostly with POV changes, but on the whole I found it a very satisfying and emotional read.
The Virgin in the title was a most unusual virgin to my notions but it worked in the context of the story. Jun 07, Charlie rated it really liked it Shelves: There are no OM or OW really to mess it up just 2 people who meet and try hard not to fall in lurve. Oct 01, Christina SteepedinBooks rated it it was ok Shelves: I've just finished this and I'm not sure what I really think of it.
It's left me with an odd sort of taste in my mouth and I'm trying to pinpoint why that is. It wasn't badly written, but there was just something off about it. I didn't feel very connected with the characters at all and found myself distracted by outside things while reading - kids programming on the tv, washing a few pots and pans, the laundry needed doing, etc. Whenever I thought the hero or heroine would go one way, they went I've just finished this and I'm not sure what I really think of it.
Whenever I thought the hero or heroine would go one way, they went the other. I couldn't get any clear insight into their motivations. Their decisions and actions contradicted each other so much it left me spinning. I also didn't feel that their romantic feelings had any sort of genuineness to them.
The romance seemed more manufactured to me, a means to end the novel happily. For a Harlequin, this is a pretty racy one, but in a much too subtle, hint-hint-wink-wink way.
There is some very, very light bondage play, spanking, nipple clamps this is alluded to, but not shown , and some semi-public sex. None of these things really adds to the story for me, though, because everything is so white-washed it takes the sexiness right out of it. Had the author been free to be more explicit, I feel this would have made a decent erotic novel, with or without the romance. So, two stars from me. Oct 17, RomLibrary added it Shelves: On night the evil leader was going to rape her, her mother gave her money to escape.
She caught a bus and went to her father.
She wants to sell one of her small businesses to him to inject cash into her corporation but he wants it all. He tries to seduce her and she says no. He leaves back to his island and she follows him for second chance.
He is not a womanizer. Some submission.
They go back and forth about the business and spend time together and then HEA. But when the week is over, and their working deal sealed, both may pay a price on which they hadn't bargained. Apr 08, thadine rated it did not like it. Lisa Bond is trying to make a business deal with Constantine Zagorakis which will save her ailing company. He's playing games, and returns to his island before negotiations are complete. She follows him there to try and convince him, and he agrees to discuss business with her if she stays with him for the week.
This was my first book my Susan Stephens, and I must say it was awful. Other reviewers complained about the spanking scene, but that's not the reason I disliked this. I think the spanking Lisa Bond is trying to make a business deal with Constantine Zagorakis which will save her ailing company.
I think the spanking scene was a pretty pathetic attempt to spice up the story. The main problem was simply bad writing. The characters are completely flat and uninteresting.
The plot is ridiculous. In what way is this normal, or even mildly acceptable, behaviour in the corporate world? Aug 04, Marianne rated it did not like it. Virgin for Sale is a romance novel by Susan Stephens in the Uncut series. But when things start to go pear-shaped, she needs Greek magnate Constantine Zagorakis to buy a subsidiary holding to help her out of a financial crisis. But Tino has other plans, and returns to his Greek Island.
And Lisa follows, intent on sealing the deal to save her company. This romance has cardboard cha Virgin for Sale is a romance novel by Susan Stephens in the Uncut series.
Not worth the effort. Mar 29, Twiggy rated it did not like it Shelves: Both hero and heroine are thoroughly unlikeable. She likes him, she hates him, she can't make up her mind, she wants to shag him senseless in bizarre ways. The sex is just peculiar and has unpleasant overtones.
Pretty dire. Not a keeper. Jan 28, Marnie Bishop rated it liked it.