Love Unspoken

Love Unspoken You ve forgotten how to be a woman Zach Reedman s bitter accusation had been the death knell of his marriage to Julie And even after three long years Julie still winced when she remembered his parting

  • Title: Love Unspoken
  • Author: Carole Mortimer
  • ISBN: 9780373106363
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
  • You ve forgotten how to be a woman Zach Reedman s bitter accusation had been the death knell of his marriage to Julie And even after three long years Julie still winced when she remembered his parting wordsShe d been a budding journalist, he her publisher when they met A love too strong and passionate to resist had led them quickly to the altar, but even after her vow You ve forgotten how to be a woman Zach Reedman s bitter accusation had been the death knell of his marriage to Julie And even after three long years Julie still winced when she remembered his parting wordsShe d been a budding journalist, he her publisher when they met A love too strong and passionate to resist had led them quickly to the altar, but even after her vows Julie s career had come before her husband.Older and wiser, she met Zach again, And as the wounds time had never fully healed were reopened, so once was her heart.

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    1. The title shoulda been Horror Unspoken. Despite the high-octane dwama, the un-PC-ness, the stalkerazzi hero, the faint-prone, career-oriented heroine dead-set on carving her own niche in male-dominated journalism world, the characters were not exactly the sharpest Xtians in the bible. Also hard to overlook CM's ignorance in terms of hospital d/c protocol @ the end. 2* cuz @ least trainwreck didn't bore me. There's nuffink worse than a blah HP. Zach is a 1st-rate putz. Julie is TSTF (too stupid t [...]

    2. 2.5 stars, really. It definitely had some WTF moments and was a constant drama-fest. The h was a reporter who was determined to never be taken over by a man. She had an unhappy childhood where her mother desperately loved her father and he didn't return the feeling. She also feels that her birth pushed her father away from her mom. The, h is therefore determined not to give away that much of herself and to never marry and have children.The H, Zack, decides they will marry and he's the stalker ty [...]

    3. What an angst fest. I liked this one. Thanks for sending it my way Willaful. One of the things I enjoyed was the way that the author succeeded in portraying the hero's thoughts and feelings even though the entire story was told from the heroine's POV. For those who have a hot button on the issue, the story does revolve around the hero having raped the heroine 3 years ago. They were married at the time. He was in a jealous rage yada, yada. Well technically they are still married just having been [...]

    4. not my cup of tea. too much violence, too many unspoken words, a story not so coherent, charachters with no depth (view spoiler)[ and a husband who hits her wife and then rape her brrrrr (hide spoiler)]

    5. This is only the second book of the older Harlequins that I have read and so far I'm thinking that they just arnt for me. This one,like the other one that I read, takes place several years after the 'main event' that lead to the breakup of the marrige, so the emotions,imo, have dulled some what. When I read a book about the couples second chance, I want to read about them from the very begining of the realationship.I think that makes it a much more emotional read. Another thing that bothered me [...]

    6. Eh, I didn't love this one. It started off well, but for whatever reason I just wasn't invested in the characters. There was barely any character development, and people like the OW Teresa were barely described at all. I didn't like either that both of them were basically cheating, and it sounded like he had sex with the OW even after seeing the heroine again. Others have warned too, but there is a full-on angry rape in the background of this one, but it isn't described in that much detail.

    7. Eww heroine is a cheater and so is the hero! Disgusting! Also heroine is calling her unborn child a bastard and a bitch. What did I just read???!!!!

    8. I'd say this was more a 2.5 half stars But I bumped it up instead of down just because I thought the plot was unusual.H/h are in the newspaper business, secretly married but have been separated for a number of years. The book begins when the h is rescued from a hostage situation and goes to her sil to recover.There were a number of things in this book that you usually don't find in HQ, especially the old school ones. Typically you see the H as the commitment phobic one who because of the past do [...]

    9. Gosh, this book was SUPER emotional for me and had to deal with some even tougher topics. I was so messed up by the end of this book that I had trouble calming myself. I don't understand how Julie could forgive Zach for some of the things he did. Well POSSIBLY I could forgive but I never ever ever could forget. Just goes to show you, the character has WAY more depth and emotional forgiveness and well being than I do. I'd have killed Zach or ran away or screamed. Sometimes it was so frustrating b [...]

    10. "Love Unspoken" was an emotional,beautiful and exciting ride, full of heartbreak,second chances,jealousy,hate and a never-ending pure desperate love.Zack and Julie are a couple that are married and have been living apart for three years.Both of them have their lives,careers and their partnersbut their hearts are still tangled together as ever.I love both Zack and Julie.Their actions,emotions were too much for me and i understand both of them too well.I know that many would come to dislike Zack,h [...]

    11. No no no no no! Spineless TSTL h and a complete and utter horror of a H he's not even a forced seduction kind of guy he's a give her a beating and rape her toad. He also has other women whose they are separated cos who wants to stay married to a prize like that? Yet despite other deluded women wanting in his pants he still tries to get into hers. More fool her she lets him and of course ends up knocked up pffft cue utter ridiculous birth storyline and her chasing after him WTF? No no no he deser [...]

    12. 2007 review: So-so. Ok, I actually bought this book based on the review above I guess I should only buy a book if it has several positive reviews and not just one!SPOILERSThe story was alright but somehow it just doesn't seem believable that the heroine (I think!) remained celibate for three years! But then again, maybe it is true since they say its easier for women to control their urges again. The hero I guess is alright. At least it is sweet that he never let go of the love he had for his "ex [...]

    13. One of Harlequin's very common themes surrounding marriage, misunderstandings and miscarriage. I loved the fact that the woman was independent and a career woman in this story rather than a doormat. I loved the chemistry within the two characters and I loved the hero even though he had forced himself on the heroine. He really does make it up in the end with her. He was a bit jealous and very possessive. So much so that he actually didn't want to have a child with her and didn't let any other man [...]

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