Monday, December 27, 2010

Unfinished-Sweet Sarah Ross by Julie Tetel

Read for:
Harlequin/Silhouette Reading Challenge

Synopsis:
THEIR MUTUAL ATTRACTION WAS INFINITELY TEMPTING AND UTTERLY IMPOSSIBLE!
Sarah knew that a proper Baltimore miss shouldn't even glance at a man who had lost all his clothes, but the barefaced truth was that this man appeared to be the only thing standing between her and disaster. 
Sarah Ross Harris was a beautiful idiot, Wes Powell reasoned. Who else would argue with a buck-naked stranger while fleeing an Indian attack? How on earth would the two of them ever survive the dangers that lay ahead, let alone the fire that burned between them?

My review:
there's  name's for women like the "heroine"- selfish, self centered, bratty, and bitchy. When I finally had to add "c@ck tease" to that list of names, I couldn't take anymore. The "hero" was no better-constantly calling the heroine an idiot and was a notorious womanizer. Who would have known from the pretty cover that we'd have two such unlikeable characters? I kept hoping for some redeeming qualities to emerge, but finally gave it up three fourths through.  Not recommended.

2 comments:

  1. That sounds pretty bad. You did well with the challenge, though.

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