[Reading] ➻ Pleasures Daughter By Marilyn Ross – Thomashillier.co.uk


Pleasures Daughter Epub Pleasures Daughter Marilyn Ross Freeboooks.com Tessa Shaw Was A Child Of Love, Born Out Of Wedlock To A Ravishing, Wanton Aristocratic Mother Tessa Was A Plaything Of Love, From The Moment She Melted Into Her First Lover S Embrace She Was A Mistress Of Love, As With Her Beauty, Body And Brains She Rode The Waves Of Men S Lusts To Dizzying Heights Where The Strength Of A King And The Destiny Of A Nation Trembled In Her Power.A Magnificent Historical Romance That Sets The All Time Peak Of Sweeping Adventure, Throbbing Passion And Naked Exposure Of A Woman S Heart.

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 413 pages
  • Pleasures Daughter
  • Marilyn Ross
  • English
  • 08 August 2018
  • 0445043164

About the Author: Marilyn Ross

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10 thoughts on “Pleasures Daughter

  1. says:

    EDIT Retroactively bumping my rating higher It s not really a 4 star book, but who cares PLEASURE S DAUGHTER lives on my keeper shelf that s what matters I ve also read many Ross books since my first review, for better or worse this prose style is the best he offers What can I say He was a prolific, enthusiastic writerbut not a very good one PORIGINAL REVIEW Ah, Dan Ross Just like V.C Andrews, you re in a class by yourself.Sometimes a 4 star rating doesn t reflect writin EDIT Retroactively bumping my rating higher It s not really a 4 star book, but who cares PLEASURE S DAUGHTER lives on my keeper shelf that s what matters I ve also read many Ross books since my first review, for better or worse this prose style is the best he offers What can I say He was a prolific, enthusiastic writerbut not a very good one PORIGINAL REVIEW Ah, Dan Ross Just like V.C Andrews, you re in a class by yourself.Sometimes a 4 star rating doesn t reflect writing quality, but rather the joy of guileless OTT bodice shredding, such is the case with Pleasure s Daughter Yes, I loved this POS I admit it freely DThe plot is a whirlwind of incident adventure Tessa begins her life in the circus, but suddenly she s yanked away from her foster family plopped into her nympho mother s aristocratic circle The mother whips her, the elder son rape...

  2. says:

    There are just some books that you LOVE that defy all logic and reason Other books that contained the same quirks, sub par writing quality, and lack of real plot have gone flying But not this one.I can t really addthan just to point to this excellent review which covers this tawdry tome s good and bad points and even the bad points is the breathless writing which actually made the rollicking yarnfun.Throughout much of the story, Tessa seems like a tough cookie, taking the s There are just some books that you LOVE that defy all logic and reason Other books that contained the same quirks, sub par writing quality, and lack of real plot have gone flying But not this one.I can t really addthan just to point to this excellent review which covers this tawdry tome s good and bad points and even the bad points is the breathless writing which actually made the rollicking yarnfun.Throughout much of the story, Tessa seems like a tough cookie, taking the sudden mountings of ne er do wells in stride She was like a way less perfect version of Skye O Malley But then, near the end, w...

  3. says:

    Tessa Shaw s adventures start when she is whisked away by her biological mother from the only life she knows, that of a circus performer, and thrown into the high society of England s Restoration Period Published in 1978, the plot for this historical romance is fairly predictable Tessa is the kind of woman every man wants to possess Because of this, and a lack of common sense, Tessa finds herself in a myriad of dilemmas everything from being kidnapped by a pirate, thrown into Newgate prison Tessa Shaw s adventures start when she is whisked away by her biological mother from the only life she knows, that of a circus performer, and thrown into the high society of England s Restoration Period Published in 1978, the plot for this historical romance is fairly predictable Tessa is the kind of woman every man wants to possess Because of this, a...

  4. says:

    You d expect to feelduring the numerous scenes of struggle and debauchery spilling over Yet so briskly were they described that I barely felt a thing Normally there are moments of a BR you lose it , yellin...

  5. says:

    Reviewed By Sarah.Not my cuppa Bodice Ripper so will avoid.

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