Never Call It Love

Never Call It Love A blazing love that was born in smoldering hate When beautiful young Elizabeth Montlow lost her innocence it was not on a night of romantic dreams It was in an act of savage violence by a man seeking

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  • Title: Never Call It Love
  • Author: Veronica Jason
  • ISBN: 9780451083432
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Paperback
  • A blazing love that was born in smoldering hate.When beautiful young Elizabeth Montlow lost her innocence it was not on a night of romantic dreams It was in an act of savage violence by a man seeking vengeance.Yet from this brutal beginning came an all consuming passion that would take Elizabeth from the sheltered eighteenth century English countryside to a lonely manor iA blazing love that was born in smoldering hate.When beautiful young Elizabeth Montlow lost her innocence it was not on a night of romantic dreams It was in an act of savage violence by a man seeking vengeance.Yet from this brutal beginning came an all consuming passion that would take Elizabeth from the sheltered eighteenth century English countryside to a lonely manor in Ireland, where she was forced to share her man with his ravishing and ruthless mistress to a nightmare exile on a lush and licentious Caribbean island, where lust and murder went hand in hand to the depths of the lawless American wilderness, where two men played a monstrous game of heart wrenching deception with her as the stake

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    1. I'm glad I was cautioned before I read this that it wasn't a straight-up bodice ripper - or even a typical romance - because I probably ended up enjoying it more than I would have. It's not a "nice" book - and I would daresay that it's difficult to like any of the characters. (Well, maybe one - but his story doesn't end too happily. Like, at all.)The story: Patrick Stanhope, Irish baronet, is waiting for his ward Anne Reardon to show up and sign a marriage contract with the groom's family. She n [...]

    2. This "hero" was so sexually infatuated with his mistress up until almost the end, there was no sign of him caring for the heroine he spent more time in bed with the mistress or drooling after her and then suddenly he was in love with the heroine?! He was disgusting!

    3. Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestAn acquaintance caught me reading this today and said, "What is that?" (I had the cover face-down, because I was a little self-conscious.) So I said, "Well, okay, this is a little embarrassing but I collect romance novels from the 70s and 80s." And I flinched internally, because so many people are like, "Oh that's interesting" in that way you know means "I'm on to you, crazy romance-cat lady." But they were actually interested and asked to see the [...]

    4. Don't you just hate it when a cover is so way off from the actual content of a book that it almost seems misleading? Grrr.Well, that's one of my pet peeves (yeah, it's probably rather petty, but eh). Anyway, the couple on this cover looks nothing like the characters in the story. In fact, the heroine has dark hair and gray eyes. There never was a red haired woman in this book, except for a young girl who dies right at the beginning. Upon further scrutiny (and after having read the entire thing), [...]

    5. The other reviews are right when they describe this as more of an adventure/survival story as opposed to a traditional romance.The story starts off with the rape and death of Sir Patrick Stanford's ward at the hands of Christopher Montlow and friends. Christopher makes a get away to his mother and sister's home outside of London. He fabricates a story saying that he was with a well known courtesan at the time of the rape and assault but asks his mother and sister Elizabeth to say that he was hom [...]

    6. Never Call It LoveVeronica JasonWarning: Never call Never Call It Love, love, OK? Don't fixate and presume this is a conveniently complex romance. It's not. I was previously prepared by other reviews to not mistake that and I'd be set. So, what aspects of the novel encouraged a 4+ rating on my part?Sometimes in romance, or historical fiction, or even bodice rippers--you have this chaotic two paired up who are the least compatible people in mind for a HEA. Eventually that pair resolves their Prin [...]

    7. I loved this book. Like most great bodice rippers it has many different themes, revenge, rape, marriage of convenience, and a cheating Hero. It takes you from England to Ireland, to the Caribbean and America. A real emotional ride.

    8. 3.5 stars. If you want to *FEEL* then you should read this book! It has got to be one of the most frustrating books I have ever read! If you cannot abide cheating in your romance then this book is not for you. The hero is an unapologetic cheat who does some really unforgivable things to the heroine, and he is unrepentant until the very end. The angst in this book is sometimes intolerable and many times I wanted to throw it in the ocean, but could not let go since my eyes was glued to the pages w [...]

    9. I really wanted to read this book for about 4 months and finally bought it for more than it was worth on . I love the book, but to me it felt way too rushed and should have been written longer. I still gave it a five star reading because I loved the characters and the passion in the book but sadly I wished it was slower, instead of weeks moving fast.

    10. PUBLISHING INFO: Signet, 12/1978GENRE: Historical RomanceSETTING: England/Ireland/W. Indies/America, 1778TIMESPAN: 5-6 yearsPURCHASE: linkMY GRADE: CFROM PUBLISHER: When beautiful young Elizabeth Montlow lost her innocence it was not on a night of romantic dreams. It was in an act of savage violence by a man seeking vengeance.Yet from this brutal beginning came an all-consuming passion that would take Elizabeth from the sheltered eighteenth-century English countryside to a lonely manor in Irelan [...]

    11. If you want to feel frustration, anger, rage, hate, pain (physical) and the Heros ( and I use the term hero verra verra loosely) lust for his mistress, then by all means, read and enjoy! Who approved this to go to print?

    12. The beginning of the book was really interesting. I really thought the book was going to be character-centered and full of emotional drama but alas. It was not. The author did a brain fart somewhere in the middle and decided she needed action where there really was no need or requirement. You're walking near the beaches of Ireland and suddenly you find yourself in the middle of the ocean trying to escape evil Englishmen. What the fck??The last 50-60 pages served no purpose than to alleviate an a [...]

    13. Un romance storico scritto molto bene, uno scorcio della storia politica dal 1778.La protagonista assoluta di questo romanzo è Elizabeth Montlow, una giovane dell'antica nobiltà inglese che a causa di un crimine commesso dal fratello subisce la vendetta di sir Patrick.Costretta al matrimonio abbandona la sua vita sicura e rassicurante e viene trascinata dal marito prima in Irlanda, poi in seguito al fallimento di un complotto, di cui sir Patrick era a capo contro la corona inglese, nelle Indie [...]

    14. I liked the book more than I thought that I would. Not recommended for those who feel uncomfortable with rape scenes for its very much real and unlike most bodice rippers the heroine does not enjoy it. I liked the heroine who for a change is not an impulsive ninny and loyal to those she loves. The hero comes off as distant and I really liked him though his passion for Ireland annoyed me in the end. Overall a very nice read.

    15. Süper! Şimdiden entrikanın yoğun tadını alabiliyorum .:P - Buda bir bağımlının söyleyeceği şey değil de nedir? -

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