Jacintha Point

Jacintha Point Laurel was in a state of shock Her father taken on a mere suspicion that wasn t true was languishing in a Mexican prison Diego Ramirez was insisting she marry him so that he might use his influence

  • Title: Jacintha Point
  • Author: Elizabeth Graham
  • ISBN: 9780373023745
  • Page: 232
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Laurel was in a state of shock.Her father, taken on a mere suspicion that wasn t true, was languishing in a Mexican prison Diego Ramirez was insisting she marry him so that he might use his influence to have her father released As his son in law I can help him It was a situation requiring drastic action and Laurel should have been grateful for Diego s help.But Laurel cLaurel was in a state of shock.Her father, taken on a mere suspicion that wasn t true, was languishing in a Mexican prison Diego Ramirez was insisting she marry him so that he might use his influence to have her father released As his son in law I can help him It was a situation requiring drastic action and Laurel should have been grateful for Diego s help.But Laurel couldn t help wondering what did he expect in return

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      Published :2019-05-08T03:34:17+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Jacintha Point

    1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.Elizabeth Graham 1 E Schattner wrote as Elizabeth Graham and Emma Church.

    2. Laurel, DiegoShe's engaged to another man. While in Acapulco she meets the H who is a rich, powerful man. He forms an immediate strong attraction for her. She rebuffs him and is actually a little fearful of him. Then her father is wrongfully arrested for drug smuggling and she is frantic about how to get him out of jail. The H, Diego, offers to use his influence but insists that they marry first.There is a forced seduction after they marry. She has by this time realized that she loves him so she [...]

    3. Meh A besotted macho Hero, but the heroine is too bitchy for words! I wonder how the Hero even fell in love with her. She couldn’t even be grateful that he was helping her get her father out of a Mexican jail.Also the chauvinism portrayed in the book is quite over the top, even for its time.

    4. Her determination to stay cool and ungiving was swept away in the practised assault he made on her senses. His needs suddenly and urgently became her needs, his desire to possess her desire to yield. 'Amorcita,' he murmured feverishly when her hands ran with a possession of their own across the smooth gold of his shoulders and down the length of his spine, coming back by the same route to mesh her fingers in the thickness of his black hair. 'Te adoro.' Her voice murmured too in her own language, [...]

    5. غضب العاشق / اليزابيث غراهامينتظر الانسان شيئاً مبهماً غريباً في داخله وفجأة تلتمع شرارة في العيون .يصاب القلب بسهم خفي وتتوق الروح الى الانفلات من المجهول,,, هذا ما حصل للمكسيكي الثري دييغو راميريز حين التقت عيناه بعيني لورا الجميلة, عارضة الأزياء المشهورة على شاطئ الاآابو [...]

    6. Had some struggles in beginning, but all together I liked the story :)Still a bit curious on what happened exactly with Laurel's dad.

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