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by Rosemary Rogers

eBook Wicked Loving Lies download ISBN: 0380007762
Author: Rosemary Rogers
Publisher: Avon (July 1, 1982)
Language: English
ePub: 1439 kb
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Rating: 4.7
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Erotica

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Wicked Loving Lies Mass Market Paperback – July 1, 1982. by. Rosemary Rogers (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Rosemary Rogers left an indelible impression on the world with her passionate Steve and Ginny series - Sweet Savage Love, Dark Fires, and Lost Love, Last Love - and continues to touch the hearts of readers every year. She lives in Connecticut.

Wicked Loving Lies book. In the sweeping tradition of Sweet Savage Love, New York Times bestselling author Rosemary Rogers takes readers on an epic journey that spans continents and explores the depths of human passions. Born of scandal and denied his birthright, Dominic Challenger took to the sea, charting his own future. A true rogue, Dominic answers to no one, trusting only himself.

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Born of scandal and denied his birthright, Dominic Challenger took to the sea, charting his own future. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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Wicked Loving Lies Rosemary Rogers. She was in that half-world that lies between coma and reality, and when she heard the woman say something about Ireland, her mind slipped back easily through time; reliving the beginning was so much more pleasant than waiting for the end. Whirling pictures slid through her mind, some of them all too clear, others seeming to curl and blur about the edges like old letters.

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Rosemary Rogers, née Jansz (born 7 December 1932 in Panadura, British Ceylon, now Sri Lanka) is a British-American best-selling author of historical romance novels. Her first book, Sweet Savage Love, was published in 1974. She was the second romance. She was the second romance author, after Kathleen Woodiwiss, to have her novels published in trade paperback format.

In the sweeping tradition of Sweet Savage Love, New York Times bestselling author Rosemary Rogers takes readers on an epic journey that spans continents and explores the depths of human passions.

Born of scandal and denied his birthright, Dominic Challenger took to the sea, charting his own future. A true rogue, Dominic answers to no one, trusting only himself. Until Marisa.

Born of wealth and privilege, Marisa is a prisoner to her father's expectations. When the sanctuary she has found behind the walls of a convent is threatened by the news that her father has arranged for her to marry, Marisa flees . . . right into the arms of a pirate.

From the safety of a sheltered convent to a sultan's harem, from the opulence of Napoleon's court to the wilds of the new frontier, Marisa and Dominic brave all that they encounter in this thrilling age: intrigue, captivity and danger. And above all, an enduring passion that ignites into an infinite love.

Comments: (7)
Naktilar
I never write reviews of books but I just couldn't not write one for this book. It was just awful.
. ...............SPOILER ALERT................
How many times can you force your poor heroine to be raped?!?! The unfortunate creature was raped continuously through this book and didn't have a fulfilling sexual experience until more than half of the story was done. And even then I can't understand how when she was physically worn out fighting her rapist, that suddenly she got into it. I have no clue how she could have fallen in love with Dominic because he did absolutely nothing but rape her, beat her, verbally assault her and call her a whore. And not in the slightly hot way. The wham, bam, get out ma'am kinda way.
To be honest, I couldn't quite figure out who the heck the hero was until most of the book was done and he was the only consistent character. He was a total a**h*** until the last maybe 4 pages when he wondered when he fell for our brutalized heroine.
Aside from the absolute lack of a believable romance between the H/h, the story itself was long and drawn out. One of the reasons that I had difficulty imagining the H/h falling for each other is that they were hardly ever TOGETHER. The book was essentially their parallel stories with the occasional meeting that was always accompanied by Marisa's rape by our dubious hero who NEVER regretted a single one of the rapes. Additionally, she eventually had no scruples regarding her own promiscuity. For a rape victim to keep flitting between men, some she likes and others just because she has an agenda just seems odd. She doesn't really exhibit revulsion and actively begins to want her husband/chief rapist in between alternately screwing and being raped by OTHER men.
The author needed to settle on a location too.. Ireland/Martinique/Spain/France/England/Tripoli/France again/New Orleans/Mexico and finally California. Wow. Too much rape, promiscuity and cruelty to make this a good book. I love a good bodice ripper but this one is a history book of the sexual exploitation of a young girl.
Yozshujinn
I hate weak characters; Marisa and Dominic were just that. Marisa is a woman who throws herself at men to get what she wants and enjoys the abuse handed to her from the man she loves. Dominic is a pig who cannot contain his impulses to constantly rape the woman he loves. Rosemary Rogers should be ashamed of herself, seeming to hate her own kind. I realize she's from a bygone era, but this was a bit much. I continued reading this poorly written train wreck to see if there could possibly be a happy ending for these characters who, if real, would seriously need therapy. The only consolation I got was Rogers ability to weave a tale that spanned continents, and amazing historical events throughout the globe. Although, even that did not deter from how horrible of a story this was. One rape scene after another made me long for the strong female character who holds her head high even when the world is beating her down without succumbing to violence at the hands of men; and the strong heroes who, although flawed, would not stoop to violating those weaker than he. No more Rosemary Rogers for me. My stomach can't handle it.
OTANO
I first read this book when I was actually much younger...maybe high school. While a very graphic romance tale, I have always loved historical novels and stories so the realism of that time (i.e. how women and natives, and black people were treated) does not in any way detract from how wonderful a writer Rosemary Rogers is and how wonderful the romantic tale is that she weaves! I have probably read all of her books...several times...including this one which is one of her best! So glad I can read her stories on my kindle now!!!
Whitegrove
This was the first "bodice-ripper" I'd ever read, and, after 30 years, I wanted to read it again. I wasn't expecting a perfect copy, but the book's in better condition than I'd hoped for. Good job!
Delagamand
Read this book years ago and decided to download the digital to read again. Couldn't even get past the first 10% of the edition. The editing was completely jumbled around making it impossible to read/follow. I finally had to give up and deleted it from my Kindle. Complete waste of money and time.
Heraly
It's all ridiculous. Every last bit. She's the dumbest woman alive and he's a jerk, and this story went on so long.
Fearlessdweller
This book has so much going on with emotions flying everywhere. I LOVED this book even though it kept breaking my heart over and over again.

It's not for the faint of heart and includes lots of scenes involving rape.
Very good reading