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Except Sarah But that's about to change because Sarah has bought Bouchard's mercy with the only thing she has to sell her body None at all In spite of her outrageous offer Martin has no doubt Sarah is a virgin and a most delectable one at that But instead of bedding her he finds himself staring down the muzzle of I enjoyed the first two books in The Outcasts series by Minerva Spencer and was looking forward to reading Scandalous This is Martin Bouchard's book whom we've met previously He was such a fascinating character in the earlier books I was very much looking forward to his story and I truly enjoyed it Sparks fly when Martin meets Sarah a missionary woman on a board of a slaver ship where she makes a deal with him to save her people They are total opposites their chemistry is explosive and they butt heads a lot but ultimately fall in love I must say Martin came across as a jerk at times but when his backstory is revealed his behavior makes sense The Outcasts is such a fun historical romance series; each time I finish a book I look forward to the next one The next book Notorious is Gabriel's story which I have been waiting for since book one and it makes me very excited and impatient at the same time ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley Nikhil virgin and a most delectable one at that But instead of bedding her he finds himself staring down the muzzle of I enjoyed the first two books in The Outcasts series by Minerva Spencer and was looking forward to reading Scandalous This is Martin Bouchard's book whom we've met previously He was such a fascinating character in the earlier books I was Visual Communication: Images with Messages 7th Edition very much looking forward to his story and I truly enjoyed it Sparks fly when Martin meets Sarah a missionary woman on a board of a slaver ship where she makes a deal with him to save her people They are total opposites their chemistry is explosive and they butt heads a lot but ultimately fall in love I must say Martin came across as a jerk at times but when his backstory is revealed his behavior makes sense The Outcasts is such a fun historical romance series; each time I finish a book I look forward to the next one The next book Notorious is Gabriel's story which I have been waiting for since book one and it makes me The Art of Learning: A Journey in the Pursuit of Excellence - Kindle edition by Josh Waitzkin. Humor & Entertainment Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com. very excited and impatient at the same time ARC provided by the publisher The Art of Learning: An Inner Journey to Optimal Performance via NetGalley

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His own pistol Clearly the longer she stays on his ship the greater the chances that she'll end up its damned captain Most infuriating of all she looks past his perfect exterior to the wounded man inside Can Martin outrun his scandalous past in time to have a future with the first woman to find and capture his hear Sarah Fisher a missionary and the daughter of missionaries had been kidnapped along with the people from her village in Africa where she was born Captain Martín Bouchard has dedicated his life to capturing slavers and made his fortune that way He seizes the enemy vessel on which Sarah was held captive but she begs for mercy on behalf of the slaver ship's captain by offering herself to Captain BouchardI had been eagerly awaiting Martín's story the enigmatic seductive dissolute rake with the fascinating past He's fastidious exceedingly proud vain and he's prone to violent outbursts And he is irresistible to all women SCANDALOUS seemed off to a great start with witty dialogues a lively pace and an atmosphere that reminded me of old Errol Flynn black and white movies Minerva Spencer is an extremely talented storyteller her exuisite prose vibrantly elouent and her characters staggeringly complex even secondary ones such as Mies Graaf I liked Mies in spite of some prior distasteful actions and herin lies the problem my dislike for Martín which grew as the story progressed SCANDALOUS is one of those books where I wondered if Martín had been merely very good looking not the absolute epitome of masculine beauty in the history of time if the romance would have occurred at all I did not understand the romance He's mean treats women as disposable commodities which I found a little strange considering his upbringing At least it's logical that Sarah would want to save him she's a missionary after all and she was grateful that he'd rescued her but I couldn't understand why she fell in love with him merely because of his god like appearance and the lure of sexual ecstasy He treated her with contempt he was dismissive rude insulting condescending; the only reason I could see was that she was a glutton for punishment and she came back for because he was physically irresistible Sarah had seemed like an admirable character at the beginning until she made an utter fool of herself drooling over this beautiful monster Yes he had a very painful past but it was no excuse for the way he acted towards her and worse for her to always forgive him because of his beauteous person In a way I came to hate her even than him for her superficiality for loving him while he was such an insufferable beast I found Martín to be one of the most unpleasant heroes I have ever seen and she was no better than the countless other women who fell at his feet And unfortunately as the story unfolded I hated him even I just had no idea where his supposed infatuation came from why he wanted her I can't say love because I never saw it except that he enjoyed tormenting her because she put up with his boorish behaviour while she desperately lusted after him Because his oversized ego thrived on taunting her He wanted her for some obscure reason that eluded me until the very end I don't find this a solid basis for a happily ever after I found the sections of the book that revolved around slavery the most interesting I was hoping for an ending that would make up for that non romance alas it was not to be Martín experienced some sort of miraculous partial metamorphosis two cumbersome characters were conveniently disposed of and Sarah and Martín went on to fornicate happily ever after Hopefully the few mistakes in French will have been corrected in the final version Needless to say this was not a pleasant read for meI voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book All thoughts and opinions are my own Leading Snowflakes village in Africa where she was born Captain Martín Bouchard has dedicated his life to capturing slavers and made his fortune that way He seizes the enemy Fuehrer Directives and Other Top-Level Directives of the German Armed Forces 1942-1945: Hitler's Directives vessel on which Sarah was held captive but she begs for mercy on behalf of the slaver ship's captain by offering herself to Captain BouchardI had been eagerly awaiting Martín's story the enigmatic seductive dissolute rake with the fascinating past He's fastidious exceedingly proud Doxycycline: The Doctors Recommended Antibiotics Solution for Treating Infections caused by Bacterial such as Acne, Chlamydia, Lyme, Chest Infection, Malaria and STI’s Fast and Effectively vain and he's prone to The Invisible Bridge violent outbursts And he is irresistible to all women SCANDALOUS seemed off to a great start with witty dialogues a lively pace and an atmosphere that reminded me of old Errol Flynn black and white movies Minerva Spencer is an extremely talented storyteller her exuisite prose The Balts vibrantly elouent and her characters staggeringly complex even secondary ones such as Mies Graaf I liked Mies in spite of some prior distasteful actions and herin lies the problem my dislike for Martín which grew as the story progressed SCANDALOUS is one of those books where I wondered if Martín had been merely Miotła i krzyż. 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Have you no decency Straight laced missionary Sarah Fisher has never met a man like Captain Martin Bouchard He is the most beautiful person male or female she's ever seen Overwhelmingly masculine elegantly attired despite months at sea he is in complete command of everyone and everything around him everyone that is Another stellar historical romance from the very talented Minerva SpencerI was drawn in right away by Scandalous and I could barely put it down I finished the whole book in about 24 hours and though it wasn't without flaws it's a smart interesting historical romance that Minerva Spencer fans will adore I loved both the male and female MC and thought the author did a great job portraying them as complex characters Their individual storylines were fascinating and I found the plot to be uniue amongst all of the romance books I've ever read I just really wanted to know these two especially Sarah Sarah really shown in this story and I could have read a book just of her sans romance She had an interesting life and I loved her way with people Oddly my biggest issue with this book was the romance The male MC fought against the romance tooth and nail and I found it to be tiresome at times He was rude and abrupt and though I often find that to be endearing I wanted him to grow up and come to his senses Admittedly he had a terribly hard life and truckloads of baggage but it made the romance an awkward matchEven though the romance left me wanting the story was so tightly written and with such skill that I could barely put my Kindle down That means a success in my book Copy provided in exchange for an honest reviewgoodreads|instagram|twitter|blog Visual Communication: Images with Messages 7th Edition very talented Minerva SpencerI was drawn in right away by Scandalous and I could barely put it down I finished the whole book in about 24 hours and though it wasn't without flaws it's a smart interesting historical romance that Minerva Spencer fans will adore I loved both the male and female MC and thought the author did a great job portraying them as complex characters Their individual storylines were fascinating and I found the plot to be uniue amongst all of the romance books I've ever read I just really wanted to know these two especially Sarah Sarah really shown in this story and I could have read a book just of her sans romance She had an interesting life and I loved her way with people Oddly my biggest issue with this book was the romance The male MC fought against the romance tooth and nail and I found it to be tiresome at times He was rude and abrupt and though I often find that to be endearing I wanted him to grow up and come to his senses Admittedly he had a terribly hard life and truckloads of baggage but it made the romance an awkward matchEven though the romance left me wanting the story was so tightly written and with such skill that I could barely put my Kindle down That means a success in my book Copy provided in exchange for an honest reviewgoodreads|instagram|twitter|blog