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by Johanna Lindsey

eBook Say You Love Me download ISBN: 0061137553
Author: Johanna Lindsey
Publisher: Avon Dec. 1997; PF edition (1997)
Language: English
Pages: 424
ePub: 1796 kb
Fb2: 1766 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Romance
Subcategory: Regency

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Johanna Lindsey is one of the world's most successful romance authors Lindsey was born with the name Johanna Helen Howard on March 10, 1952.

Johanna Lindsey is one of the world's most successful romance authors. Lindsey was born with the name Johanna Helen Howard on March 10, 1952. As a young wife and mother, Lindsey became a great fan of romance novels and wrote her first book, Captive Bride in 1977, on a whim when she was 25. To the young author's great surprise, it made The New York Times Bestsellers list. Lindsey had found a romance formula that worked.

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Say You Love Me - Johanna Lindsey. I couldn't put this book down. I stayed up late last night to finish this book. I knew if I had tried to go to sleep I wouldn't because I wanted to reach the ending of this book. I also realized that this is the first book I had ever read by Johanna Lindsey. It had be about 10 years or more since I read this and I still loved it this time around. Say You Love Me is the romance of Derek Malory, heir to the Marquis of Haverston and Kelsey Langton.

Johanna Lindsey is world renowned for her ‘mastery of historical romance’ (Entertainment Weekly), with more than sixty million copies of her novels . Wildfire In His Arms. Make Me Love You. About the Book

Johanna Lindsey is world renowned for her ‘mastery of historical romance’ (Entertainment Weekly), with more than sixty million copies of her novels sold. She is the author of over fifty previous bestselling novels, many of which reached the number one spot on the New York Times bestseller list. Johanna lives in New Hampshire with her family. About the Book. One duel could be considered a matter of honour, but three duels are attempted murder.

Johanna Helen Lindsey (née Howard, March 10, 1952 – October 27, 2019) was an American writer of historical romance novels. All of her books reached the New York Times bestseller list, many reaching No. 1. Her father was Edwin Dennis Howard, a soldier in the . Army, stationed in Germany, where she was born. The family moved about a great deal when she was young. Her father always dreamed of retiring to Hawaii and after he died in 1964, Lindsey and her mother settled there to honor him.

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Her parents' deaths left Kelsey Langton penniless - and responsible for the safety and well-being of her younger sister, Jean. Now circumstance and human frailty have conspired to leave them homeless as well, unless Kelsey can avert the disaster. But she knows only one way to rescue Jean's home, future and honor - and it means sacrificing her own. Kelsey must allow herself to be sold at auction. With fear and trepidation she enters the House of Eros - resigned to becoming the plaything of some well-heeled gentleman. And Lord Derek Malory is the highest bidder - a dashing rakehell from a family of charming London rogues. Enchanted by the stunning, dark-haired maid with flashing bright eyes, he purchases her for his mistress - and sweeps Kelsey into a world of astonishing family secrets, perilous rivalries and unconventional loyalties. But Lord Derek is unaware of the true worth of the prize he has so frivolously acquired - never imagining that the proud, spirited miss is a highborn lady blessed with grace, wit and intelligence as well as beauty. And he certainly never expected that he would fall in love with her.
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Johanna Lindsey is capable of greatness I have read stories from her and that have stayed with me for years but this one while nice just did not accomplish the depth and complication that some of her other more suspenseful and exciting romance novels do. I really truly love Duncan but I wish you would have taken his character so much farther he was capable of being a true hero and swooping in and saving the day I'm sad that the ransom part was not more elaborate it almost seemed pointless like an afterthought to the story. Duncan had a lot more to him and I feel so did Sabrina but the story could have used another hundred pages and intricacies to their characters to truly make it worth our while. However I'm excited for the tales to follow this one for I feel she has completely set us up for a great series
I truly loved this book, but then again I love all of Johanna Lindsey's books. So much so, that I own each one in one form or another, either paperback or hardback. Now, I'm slowly buying each one in e-book form and when I purchased this one, I just had to read it again, because I fell totally in love with the characters the first dozen or so times that I read it over the years. (Yes, my physical book is getting a teeny bit worn.)

Lachlan and Kimberly kept me laughing throughout the story, and the antics of the background characters only add to the charm of this book. If you're looking for a good read that will keep you turning the pages with a smile and laughter in your heart then you can't go wrong with Love Me Forever.
This one truly has everything you could want in ANY regency tale. Wife aims to wound, misses. Accidentally she falls, Tragedy. Wothless conniving uncle, perverted sadist, twisted sidekick. Pathos-angst oh and of course a love story, with the whole Malory family "helping" and this is a romance after all. If that's not enough to check this book out I don't know what will. Great great read!!!!
I want to start out by saying I read this book for the first time several years ago when it was new on the shelves. I was maybe 11 at the time I don't recall, but I do remember thinking the book was very Good and I enjoyed it. So when, years later, I stumbled across it in the kindle edition I thought it would make a great re-read. I couldn't have been more wrong; and I can only attribute my thinking this book was good to youth and I may have exaggerated it in my memory. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME reading this book. I cannot stress that enough. The heroine is Sabrina, however the story is more focused on Ophelia reid (the book series is even called the Reid family). This thoroughly annoyed me. Sabrina is portrayed as unattractive but curvaceous and witty. Her "wit" reads very annoyingly and nonsensical. Also, her character is very weak. She is basically a doormat for everyone in the book, including the hero. He uses her to cheer him up before miraculously falling in love with her, Raphael Locke uses her to relieve his boredom, Ophelia Reid uses her to secure an invitation to summersglade and as a gopher to deliver letters. Overall, her character was very irritating, boring and unbelievable. The hero was not much better and reminded me of an affable buffoon. He seemed not to think of anything, such as storming into Ophelias room or leaving when he realized she wasn't properly dressed. He was very immature and seemed unable to think independently. As for Ophelia; I felt she was a huge cliche. The too pretty mean girl. I got so tired of reading how stunning she was and how she was the most gorgeous woman in creation. Overall this book was very boring (took me about two weeks to read!) I thought the plot was ridiculous, and very slow. The main characters didn't meet each other until several chapters in. I felt no real chemistry between them. No depth to the plot at all, no character substance. The hero just wakes up one day and realizes he's passionately in love w. The heroine. I thought Sabinas family scandal incredibly stupid. I felt like this book was written by a very inexperienced author when I know Johanna Lindsey can deliver amazing work. However, this is not one of them. Save your money and time on this poorly written book.
It seems you really love Johanna Lindsey books or you hate them. There is not much in between. She has written so many books that other than her Mallory series, this is my favorite. Lachlan is a character that is fully grafted and has so many great qualities. Kimberly, the heroine, will melt your heart and cause you to root for her from page one. Many prefer the first in this series about Megan and Devlin but I don't. I think it is because Devlin is so incredibly arrogant that you want to pop him in the head. This is classic Lindsey, and many of her heroes are domineering and overbearing. Not so with Lachlan. He treats Kimberly with so much tenderness you want to have a Lachlan of your own! That is after you discount their first meeting. They both get off on the wrong foot with each other. The background characters are lively, the plot goes fast and you cannot turn the pages fast enough. I even have this book on audible so I can listen to it on my kindle. It is a treasure of a story and a keeper!
You'll be having plenty of smiles and laughter filled moments while reading this wonderfully enjoyable addition to this series. Even though it can be read as a standalone it's going to be more enjoyable if you read the first book for it gives background to give richness to this entry plus reminders that will be making the memories from that enchanting book to hint at the funny dialogues and situations to keep you turning the pages. Both main characters are wonderfully brought to life by the author and is why I love reading her books so much plus there's plenty of steamy moments as they realize their true feelings for each other.????????????????????