Thief Of Hearts

Thief Of Hearts Notorious ladies man Iso Pacias has been a contented bachelor until he stops to help the victims of a highway pileup and meets beautiful Grace Obregon She was the kind of woman Iso usually avoided bu

  • Title: Thief Of Hearts
  • Author: Lynda Sandoval
  • ISBN: 9780786012350
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Paperback
  • Notorious ladies man Iso Pacias has been a contented bachelor until he stops to help the victims of a highway pileup and meets beautiful Grace Obregon She was the kind of woman Iso usually avoided, but she inspires him to embark on a new career as a paramedic Now, Iso must convince the recuperating Grace that his recently wed brother isn t the only husband material inNotorious ladies man Iso Pacias has been a contented bachelor until he stops to help the victims of a highway pileup and meets beautiful Grace Obregon She was the kind of woman Iso usually avoided, but she inspires him to embark on a new career as a paramedic Now, Iso must convince the recuperating Grace that his recently wed brother isn t the only husband material in the Pacias family.

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    1. Well, the sad day has finally occurred. I have read the fourth and last book in the Amigas y Amor series, which just happens to correspond to the last book published by Lea Santos. There is a fifth book listed on GoodReads, a start of a new series, but that book has a note indicating that it was pulled from the publication schedule. So I’ve now read everything released to the public by Santos under the Lea Santos name.I had wondered who might pop up in the fourth book as the main character, si [...]

    2. I did like the book, just not as much as the previous three. The falling in love came a bit too soon for me to believe it and, I think, that was the biggest obstacle for me. Madeira's conversion from player to devoted just came too quickly and easily for me. I found the two main characters very likable and enjoyed their chemistry. The extended family was a nice addition to the mix. DoDo and the Bees were a treat. Even with its problems, I still enjoyed the book and the characters. I'm a little s [...]

    3. The weakest of the four novellas by far. Particularly coming, as it did, after what was (IMHO) the strongest of the series. I found the angst overly and unrealistically drawn out, the constant references to 'signs' really irritating after a while and the quick switch from player to one woman only unrealistically fast and angst free [the main angst was around 'why won't Grace pay me attention].Overall it required too many leaps of logic / believability for mine, compared to the other three which [...]

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