Taming Jason

Taming Jason Elinor knew it would be difficult to stay professional while nursing Jason Tenby back to health he was used to calling the shots Also she couldn t forget the time when Jason had kissed her passionate

  • Title: Taming Jason
  • Author: Lucy Gordon
  • ISBN: 9780263164862
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Elinor knew it would be difficult to stay professional while nursing Jason Tenby back to health he was used to calling the shots Also, she couldn t forget the time when Jason had kissed her passionatelyShe d never forgiven Jason for the trouble that had caused But now Jason was injured and temporarily blind For his sake, she must keep her identity a secret However,Elinor knew it would be difficult to stay professional while nursing Jason Tenby back to health he was used to calling the shots Also, she couldn t forget the time when Jason had kissed her passionatelyShe d never forgiven Jason for the trouble that had caused But now Jason was injured and temporarily blind For his sake, she must keep her identity a secret However, as she healed him, she fell for him All too soon he would be able to see her again the woman he d once considered unsuitable for marriage

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    1. On the strength of Lucy Gordon's The Italian's Baby, which was awesome, I wanted to travel outside the HP universe and read another Lucy Gordon.Okay after reading this, her hero's are still alpha and can still be high-handed jerks, but there is usually actually a reason, and it is relatively comprehensible. Cindy aka Elinor is a naive, head-over-heels young girl when Simon brings her home to ye olde homestead. From the gitgo, Jason, older brother, tries to drive her away in simple and obvious wa [...]

    2. 4 Stars! ~ Having been trapped under a fallen beam, while saving his beloved horses from a stable fire, Jason Tenby struggles with the reality that he may never walk or see again. Injuries to his spine and to his optic nerves are slow healing, and he’s a bear of a patient scaring away the nurses the temp service had sent. Nurse Elinor Smith had refused the job, but the service had run out of nurses to send and it was up to her. Six years before, Elinor had been in love with Jason’s brother S [...]

    3. This reminded me a lot of Blind Promises by Diana Palmer and Of Vinegar and Honey by Catharina Shields. A great read nevertheless. :) Also read this in manga/ comic version, which is just as good!

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