Daniel G Walczyk G Walczyk itibaren Jagadalpur, Odisha, Hindistan
Mükemmel, mükemmel bir kitap. Bu kitabı ve aynı yazarın okuduğum diğer kitabı neredeyse her şeye tavsiye ederim.
Son basım için harika bir giriş. Kitap fikrinin nasıl ortaya çıktığı hakkında çok fazla açıklama gerekiyordu. Şimdiye kadar, hep birlikte oynadığım problemi köprüledi, ancak insan-makineyi inceleyen kişi veya kişileri veya anlam probleminin kendini yaratmasını asla bulamadı.
I was just a little let down by the last book in this series, Lady of Desire. I was afraid the series was losing its edge. Oh! I couldn't have been more wrong. Devil Takes a Bride was my favorite one yet! Not only was the love story beautiful, but this one had a bit of action. It kept me glued to the pages. I tend to be one of those people who roots for the underdog. I enjoy stories that feature an imperfect heroine. Lizzie was not imperfect. She was slender and beautiful, but this series focuses on the nobility of the era, and in that respect Lizzie was indeed the underdog. She was welcomed into the Knight household from the time she was a little girl. She was cared for and supported financially. She attended a good school and excelled at her studies. She was right in the thick of society, but never really a part of it. Despite her connections to the Knight family, she knew that she was not part of their family. She cared for all of them as they cared for her, but she longed to find a place where she truly belonged. This really endeared me to Lizzie. Dev was a great hero. I love how the men in these books absolutely worship their women. I'm looking forward to Alec's story, but even more than that, I can't wait to meet Jack.
This book is about crime and injustice in a smalll town and it is based on fact. I'm still reading this book and have not completed review.
This is a strange novel I have some problem to identify: I don't understand if the chaos is volutary of it is the fervid mind of the author that needs to settle down. Gabriel is an abused child. His father is a cop so he doesn't think he could have an help to resolve his problems. When he is 18 years old, after the last beating, he thinks to killing himself but a gentle neighboor convinces him to fly away. He goes to New York, thinking to became a yaoi writer: he is gay and he loves to read yaoi novels, he loves the romance he finds in it cause he has no experience by himself. When he arrives in the city everything seems too simple: the taxi driver from the station finds him a suitable apartment, the first day he finds a good job and he has some money. But then everything crash down: he is suspected to be involved in a children trade and Alejandro Cardoza, the detective in hold of the case, is sure of his guilty. But he is also very attracted by this young man and seems helpless to stay far from him. Everytime he can he beds the boy and the soon after he try to find some clue of his guilty. Gabriel is a naive character. He seems ignorant of everything happens around him, he is convinced that all depensd on his fly from home. He is not able to lie, everytime he tries soon after he bursts in tears. Alejandro most of the time seems to be drive by his desires and not by his brain, but maybe he needs to listen to his desires, cause if he listens to his brain he only come out with unbelievable plot with Gabriel as villain. The supporting characters are intriguing: don't miss the old armenian or the italian landlady. The sex scenes between the two are very yaoi style, with Gabriel in the role of the shrinking violet and Alejandro in that of the dark lover: one of the main reason I bought this novel is the gourgeous cover by Eiris Key, that give you a perfect idea. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0018ZS44A/?...