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dangerous [Paperback] [Jan 01, 1981] Lamb, Charlotte
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ISBN: 0373104669
ISBN13: 978-0373104666
Category: Romance
Author: Charlotte Lamb
Language: English
Publisher: Harlequin Books (1981)
Pages: 188 pages
ePUB size: 1946 kb
FB2 size: 1270 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 791
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fire dancer
I loved this book. Charlotte Lamb is a favorite author and this book will definitely be a keeper. The characters had good chemistry and the story was believable and romantic.
TheMoonix
Me loves her. Good stuff. Pretty much exactly what I expected, and it will make a nice addition to my collection.
Fararala
I am not sure why is this book getting five stars. that girl is totally stupid. Even if H's daughter is not doing anything really wrong h needs to be careful esp knowing her history which she is not. H and h dont spend any time together let alone romantic development. The grandmother is a dubious character. H is harsh. h is simple idiot IMO. I get why H's daughter is acting that way but h attitude is IMO not right too. She is too trusting. She is lucky that so far that the daughter has only done one thing wrong. It is all matter of luck. It was a calculated risk which could ahve gone terribly wrong. I have yet not finished the book but so far I am so disgusted that I couldnt wait to write the review. I will see how the ending goes and maybe amend the review but so far nothing catchy. 5 stars? Not at all worth it.OMG serioulsy she is taking the approach that the daughter can only learn from her own mistakes. What if she makes a mistake that will jeopardize her own future? Very very calculated risk. Not worth it esp when she does not really know that girl just that she has a bad habit of reacting out.
Finished it... just terrible. When did they fall in love exactly? i am baffled!! so much that i am reducing the star to one..
Onaxan
From the back of the book:
"I've never trusted a woman in my life!"

Domenicos Aegetos was as blunt as his words. A wealthy man who got what he wanted, he brooked no argument from anyone,least of all a woman.

As a companion to Domenicos's motherless daughter, Laura had her work cut out for her. Amands was a rebellious,suspicious child.

but compared to her father, Amanda was easily understood, and Laura grew fond of her while holidaying in Paris. The real problems began when Laura started to like Amanda's enigmatic father too much!

My take:
Domenicos does not trust women because his mother was forced to abandon him when she left his abusive father. Domenicos was taught by his father that she prefered a new husband over her son.It doesn't help that Domenicos's wife cheats on him with another man. This is a very good book. I wish it was a tad bit longer thought. It would of been nice if the hero resolved his issues surronding his mother's abandonment of him as a small child.
Venemarr
Heroine is hired to watch over the hero's rebellious teenage daughter. Hero had a very sad past, his mother supposedly abandoned him and his father for someone else, his wife cheated on him, died when his daughter was only four. Needless to say, hero doesn't trust women one bit and who can blame him? I love the heroine. She was just so cool and collected. She had a nice facade that only got ruffled in rare moments (like when hero corners her hahaha!) My only complaint is I also wish it was longer. I would have loved to see the daughter's reaction to her father and heroine hooking up, haha. I know she'd be happy but I still want to read it. I also thought the semi love triangle the heroine had with Marcel - not that it was much of a love triangle, kinda ended fast, like the author just plopped it in there. But very minor complaints other than that, I loved the story. I've placed it in my "keep forever" list.
Hra
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godlike
'"I've never trusted a woman in my life!" Domenicos Aegethos was as blunt as his words. A wealthy man who got what he wanted, he booked no argument from anyone, least of all a woman.
As companion to Domenicos's motherless daughter, Laura had her work cut out for her. Amanda was a rebellious, suspicious child (of 16).
But compared to her father, Amanda was easily understood, and Laura grew fond of her while holidaying in Paris. The real problems began when Laura started to like Amanda's enigmatic father too much!'
In this book it Nico was in love with Laura as soon as he saw her, we knew it, he and Laura took longer to catch on. I loved that.