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    ❮EPUB❯ ✻ Poltergeist (Greywalker, ✶ Author Kat Richardson – 9facts.co.uk Alex fled to Melbourne [BOOKS] ✬ OBaby Author Geoffrey Johnson – 9facts.co.uk only to meet someone who was just as determined as her mother had been Chase Marshall offered her marriage as well but Alex was under no illusions as to why he simply thought she would be suitable Well [Epub] ➟ Defiant (MacKinnons Rangers, By Pamela Clare – 9facts.co.uk he could keep his offer of marriage Well now that was interesting I would have told you I loved you, if I d known you loved me Heroine I want to marry you, I want to give Coolabra a girl like you Someone untouched Someone to give m the children I need This from the man whore of all man whores, our Hero In this case, what s good for the goose is not for the gander Captivity is the story of Alex and Chase Oooh This was so good A totally, madly, crazily obsessed hero, who chases the heroine throughout the book, proposes a gazillion times, bestows rough kisses but goes no further, slowly Stockholms her into falling in love while the young heroine desperately tries to run away from him and her feelings, and fails Very old school romance with a smitten alpha hero who wasn t cruel for once and a stubborn, young heroine who stood her ground However, as des Captivity is the story of Alex and Chase Oooh This was so good A totally, madly, crazily obsessed hero, who chases the heroine throughout the book, proposes a gazillion times, bestows rough kisses but goes no further, slowly Stockholms her into falling in love while the young heroine desperately tries to run away from him and her feelings, and fails Very old school romance with a smitten alpha hero who wasn t cruel for once and a stubborn, young heroine who stood her ground However, as described in the first chapter, the hero gets what he wants, and he definitely wants the heroine.I totally enjoyed it Low on angst, high on possessive hero Safe4 5 Captivity took my breath away It really felt like the arrogant hero Chase Marshall held Alex captive and was trying to do everything to make the innocent Alex Latham marry him.He takes her to Coolabra with him and shows the beauty of his hometown in Australia.Pargeter with her skillful writing made the country alive for me and i enjoyed reading the descriptions of the wildness.The passionate chemsitry between Chase and Alex was sorching hot,while she refused his proposals,Chase used every tact Captivity took my breath away It really felt like the arrogant hero Chase Marshall held Alex captive and was trying to do everything to make the innocent Alex Latham marry him.He takes her to Coolabra with him and shows the beauty of his hometown in Australia.Pargeter with her skillful writing made the country alive for me and i enjoyed reading the descriptions of the wildness.The passionate chemsitry between Chase and Alex was sorching hot,while she refused his proposals,Chase used every tactic available to him to make her surrender.Seduction,blackmail,jealousyyou name it Heroine s mother is determined to marry her off to a rich man but Alex won t accept She moves to Melbourne where she becomes an independent career woman and there she meets hero Chase is smitten with spirited young Alex but she won t give in cause marriage is the last thing she wants If u like a book with a gentleman alpha male who does some serous chasing for the heroine and is crazy in love with her you will love this book Chase is the epitome of obsessed, besotted, hero 3.5 StarsPretty good quick read about a young girl being CHASED by the hero Ha ha Just remembered the hero s name is Chase How appropriate D There s also a domineering mother and a beautiful other women If you have it and want something quick, this one will fit the bill. omg Chase was absolutely besotted wid Alex he was tempted to rape her many times and I felt sort of odd bcoz she was very young and immature, also clueless about men her foolishness sometimes grated on my nerves as it was obvious the man loved her else why had he proposed marriage and wud not have her widout its sanctimony he proposed to her so many times I ve lost counts she was not the only suitable virgin in the world lol p This book was absolutely unbearable The hero, Chase, was loathsome and the heroine, Alex, pathetic And I say this as someone who typically enjoys a bit of age gap alpha.Let s start with Chase At 37, he s pretty much twice Alex s age He s had a string of mistresses and girlfriends whom he s still seeing during the novel But after verifying that teenager Alex is a virgin, he proposes to her He basically wants her to be a brood mare tucked away on his remote stationI want to marry you,This book was absolutely unbearable The hero, Chase, was loathsome and the heroine, Alex, pathetic And I say this as someone who typically enjoys a bit of age gap alpha.Let s start with Chase At 37, he s pretty much twice Alex s age He s had a string of mistresses and girlfriends whom he s still seeing during the novel But after verifying that teenager Alex is a virgin, he proposes to her He basically wants her to be a brood mare tucked away on his remote stationI want to marry you, his voice was pitched low, but she heard, every syllable hitting her like shock I want to give Coolabra a girl like you, someone untouched Someone to give me the children I needI say proposes What he actually does is demand He will not take no for an answer He spends the entire book berating, controlling and getting angry with Alex He never says he loves her He keeps forcing really brutal kisses on her even when she s not responding The very few times she is up for it, he cuts her off This man, to my view, is the literal epitome of the Madonna Whore complex.There s a particularly awful bit where Chase gets a violent temper with her because a former suitor that her mother had once tried to set her up with drops by to congratulate her on her engagement Chase demands she stop encouraging other men And RIGHT AFTERWARDS Chase invites his erstwhile and probably current mistress to have lunch with Alex and him with the pair of them completely cutting Alex out.Now Alex She s 19 and has fled to Melbourne from Sydney because her mother keeps trying to marry her off The reason she agrees to visit Chase s farm ranch station is because her mother is heading to Melbourne with another beau, and Alex doesn t think she will have the strength to refuse.What also doesn t help this book is the thick layer of stupid it s wrapped up in It was published in 1981 Australian social s among certain echelons of society may have been a littleconservative back then, but it wasn t Riyadh Alex s main terror, after being in a plane crash and having to spend the night in a bark hut with Alex, is thather father will be so upset at her spending the night alone with a man that she will have to temporarily pretend to be engaged to ChaseHer father, for what it s worth, is a kind, mild mannered man who has just spent 24 hours not knowing whether his daughter is dead or alive I imagine her social reputation is the last thing on his mind.Chase gets worse and worse and Alex getsandpathetic Stockholm Syndromed to the max, she decides at some point that she s madly in love with Chase, but can t marry him because he doesn t love her At the 11.999th hour, she flees her home in Sydney to escape him Where To the flat in Melbourne that she knows he owns.By the end of it, I frankly felt she deserved him It was that or live in sheltered accommodation, she was so incompetent at managing her own life.For non Australians reading this novel, I feel the need to clarify a few things Mt Isa is not some kind of Monaco of the outback There s a passage in here that makes it sound as though Margaret Pargeter was funded by the QLD Mining Tourism Corporation Remote outback farms ranches aren t the kind of places you suddenly fall in love with when seeing them from the air They tend to be pretty bleak and barren places, it s very arid and rugged country Australians don t typically have the moral standards and social reputation paranoia of early Victorians Well, some might, but it s not the norm I m pretty sure Australian pilots and outback farmers hadadvanced communications technology than something called a tranceiver also Chase supposedly transmits their crash location, yet all the rescue effort takes place in the wrong location Anyway, read it if you think you can stomach this awful couple All in all I think this dynamic would probably have worked better as a desert sheikh romance , it was just too implausible for a relatively modern day western couple Typical book of its genre Hurt pride fueled the heroine s stubbornness throughout the book and the hero just refused to come out and say he loved her."/>
  • Paperback
  • 187 pages
  • Captivity
  • Margaret Pargeter
  • English
  • 08 October 2019
  • 0263734730

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CaptivityI couldn t take the heroine seriously after she accused the hero of this view spoiler Deliberately crashing the plane Chase was flying them in so Alex would be compromised into marrying him A crash they barely survived He didn t plan it, of course, as it really had been an accident hide spoiler Are you kidding me I know Alex reacted the way she did because of shock and her own fears as Chase suggested, but it gave me a good laugh Yes, I m being a bit mean.The romance didn t entertain I couldn t take the heroine seriously after she accused the hero of this view spoiler Deliberately crashing the plane Chase was flying them in so Alex would be compromised into marrying him A crash they barely survived He didn t plan it, of course, as it really had been an accident hide spoiler Are you kidding me I know Alex reacted the way she did because of shock and her own fears as Chase suggested, but it gave me a good laugh Yes, I m being a bit mean.The romance didn t entertain as much in comparison The bickerfest interactions and dialogue weren t the most exciting which can be attributed in part to the tell vs show style of writing.Sorry, Margaret Pargeter After three strikes, er, books out I think we may have to part ways unless I find a book of yours that shouldn t be missed To escape being married off to a rich man any rich man by her snobbish and ambitious mother, Alex fled to Melbourne, only to meet someone who was just as determined as her mother had been Chase Marshall offered her marriage as well but Alex was under no illusions as to why he simply thought she would be suitable Well, he could keep his offer of marriage ❮EPUB❯ ✻ Poltergeist (Greywalker, ✶ Author Kat Richardson – 9facts.co.uk Alex fled to Melbourne [BOOKS] ✬ OBaby Author Geoffrey Johnson – 9facts.co.uk only to meet someone who was just as determined as her mother had been Chase Marshall offered her marriage as well but Alex was under no illusions as to why he simply thought she would be suitable Well [Epub] ➟ Defiant (MacKinnons Rangers, By Pamela Clare – 9facts.co.uk he could keep his offer of marriage Well now that was interesting I would have told you I loved you, if I d known you loved me Heroine I want to marry you, I want to give Coolabra a girl like you Someone untouched Someone to give m the children I need This from the man whore of all man whores, our Hero In this case, what s good for the goose is not for the gander Captivity is the story of Alex and Chase Oooh This was so good A totally, madly, crazily obsessed hero, who chases the heroine throughout the book, proposes a gazillion times, bestows rough kisses but goes no further, slowly Stockholms her into falling in love while the young heroine desperately tries to run away from him and her feelings, and fails Very old school romance with a smitten alpha hero who wasn t cruel for once and a stubborn, young heroine who stood her ground However, as des Captivity is the story of Alex and Chase Oooh This was so good A totally, madly, crazily obsessed hero, who chases the heroine throughout the book, proposes a gazillion times, bestows rough kisses but goes no further, slowly Stockholms her into falling in love while the young heroine desperately tries to run away from him and her feelings, and fails Very old school romance with a smitten alpha hero who wasn t cruel for once and a stubborn, young heroine who stood her ground However, as described in the first chapter, the hero gets what he wants, and he definitely wants the heroine.I totally enjoyed it Low on angst, high on possessive hero Safe4 5 Captivity took my breath away It really felt like the arrogant hero Chase Marshall held Alex captive and was trying to do everything to make the innocent Alex Latham marry him.He takes her to Coolabra with him and shows the beauty of his hometown in Australia.Pargeter with her skillful writing made the country alive for me and i enjoyed reading the descriptions of the wildness.The passionate chemsitry between Chase and Alex was sorching hot,while she refused his proposals,Chase used every tact Captivity took my breath away It really felt like the arrogant hero Chase Marshall held Alex captive and was trying to do everything to make the innocent Alex Latham marry him.He takes her to Coolabra with him and shows the beauty of his hometown in Australia.Pargeter with her skillful writing made the country alive for me and i enjoyed reading the descriptions of the wildness.The passionate chemsitry between Chase and Alex was sorching hot,while she refused his proposals,Chase used every tactic available to him to make her surrender.Seduction,blackmail,jealousyyou name it Heroine s mother is determined to marry her off to a rich man but Alex won t accept She moves to Melbourne where she becomes an independent career woman and there she meets hero Chase is smitten with spirited young Alex but she won t give in cause marriage is the last thing she wants If u like a book with a gentleman alpha male who does some serous chasing for the heroine and is crazy in love with her you will love this book Chase is the epitome of obsessed, besotted, hero 3.5 StarsPretty good quick read about a young girl being CHASED by the hero Ha ha Just remembered the hero s name is Chase How appropriate D There s also a domineering mother and a beautiful other women If you have it and want something quick, this one will fit the bill. omg Chase was absolutely besotted wid Alex he was tempted to rape her many times and I felt sort of odd bcoz she was very young and immature, also clueless about men her foolishness sometimes grated on my nerves as it was obvious the man loved her else why had he proposed marriage and wud not have her widout its sanctimony he proposed to her so many times I ve lost counts she was not the only suitable virgin in the world lol p This book was absolutely unbearable The hero, Chase, was loathsome and the heroine, Alex, pathetic And I say this as someone who typically enjoys a bit of age gap alpha.Let s start with Chase At 37, he s pretty much twice Alex s age He s had a string of mistresses and girlfriends whom he s still seeing during the novel But after verifying that teenager Alex is a virgin, he proposes to her He basically wants her to be a brood mare tucked away on his remote stationI want to marry you,This book was absolutely unbearable The hero, Chase, was loathsome and the heroine, Alex, pathetic And I say this as someone who typically enjoys a bit of age gap alpha.Let s start with Chase At 37, he s pretty much twice Alex s age He s had a string of mistresses and girlfriends whom he s still seeing during the novel But after verifying that teenager Alex is a virgin, he proposes to her He basically wants her to be a brood mare tucked away on his remote stationI want to marry you, his voice was pitched low, but she heard, every syllable hitting her like shock I want to give Coolabra a girl like you, someone untouched Someone to give me the children I needI say proposes What he actually does is demand He will not take no for an answer He spends the entire book berating, controlling and getting angry with Alex He never says he loves her He keeps forcing really brutal kisses on her even when she s not responding The very few times she is up for it, he cuts her off This man, to my view, is the literal epitome of the Madonna Whore complex.There s a particularly awful bit where Chase gets a violent temper with her because a former suitor that her mother had once tried to set her up with drops by to congratulate her on her engagement Chase demands she stop encouraging other men And RIGHT AFTERWARDS Chase invites his erstwhile and probably current mistress to have lunch with Alex and him with the pair of them completely cutting Alex out.Now Alex She s 19 and has fled to Melbourne from Sydney because her mother keeps trying to marry her off The reason she agrees to visit Chase s farm ranch station is because her mother is heading to Melbourne with another beau, and Alex doesn t think she will have the strength to refuse.What also doesn t help this book is the thick layer of stupid it s wrapped up in It was published in 1981 Australian social s among certain echelons of society may have been a littleconservative back then, but it wasn t Riyadh Alex s main terror, after being in a plane crash and having to spend the night in a bark hut with Alex, is thather father will be so upset at her spending the night alone with a man that she will have to temporarily pretend to be engaged to ChaseHer father, for what it s worth, is a kind, mild mannered man who has just spent 24 hours not knowing whether his daughter is dead or alive I imagine her social reputation is the last thing on his mind.Chase gets worse and worse and Alex getsandpathetic Stockholm Syndromed to the max, she decides at some point that she s madly in love with Chase, but can t marry him because he doesn t love her At the 11.999th hour, she flees her home in Sydney to escape him Where To the flat in Melbourne that she knows he owns.By the end of it, I frankly felt she deserved him It was that or live in sheltered accommodation, she was so incompetent at managing her own life.For non Australians reading this novel, I feel the need to clarify a few things Mt Isa is not some kind of Monaco of the outback There s a passage in here that makes it sound as though Margaret Pargeter was funded by the QLD Mining Tourism Corporation Remote outback farms ranches aren t the kind of places you suddenly fall in love with when seeing them from the air They tend to be pretty bleak and barren places, it s very arid and rugged country Australians don t typically have the moral standards and social reputation paranoia of early Victorians Well, some might, but it s not the norm I m pretty sure Australian pilots and outback farmers hadadvanced communications technology than something called a tranceiver also Chase supposedly transmits their crash location, yet all the rescue effort takes place in the wrong location Anyway, read it if you think you can stomach this awful couple All in all I think this dynamic would probably have worked better as a desert sheikh romance , it was just too implausible for a relatively modern day western couple Typical book of its genre Hurt pride fueled the heroine s stubbornness throughout the book and the hero just refused to come out and say he loved her.


About the Author: Margaret Pargeter

Margaret Pargeter was a popular writer of 50 romance novels in Mills Boon from 1975 to 1986.