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G way how come she'd chosen his ranch to recover from a broken heart She knew the dangers that her foe posed yet every time she crossed paths with the hard edged cattle rancher h. At least the heroine wasnt a blonde I guess

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Sweet Enemy

Under His Spell Sparring PartnersWholesome Maggie Kirk had always been wary of commanding cowboy Clint Raygen So if her best friend's forbidding older brother rubbed her the wron. One thing sorely missing from these earlier works of Palmer are consummation scenes and baby filled epilogues Angst asshole heroes and sweet virgin heroines are there which always makes her books a 4star for me

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Er pulse would race out of control Maggie secretly dreamed of awakening to womanhood in Clint's powerful embrace but did these sweet enemies have a shot at becoming lifelong love. I liked it Ms Palmer s books can be a little repetitive at times but I can t get enough of them I m a sucker for older heroyounger heroine trope and that both of them dealing with a lovehate internal struggle I love it when they fight maybe it s because it s a passionate emotion of some kind and I know buried behind that anger or frustration or whatever is the deep love they have for each other But the ending was kind of rushed I wanted an epilogue but I know that Ms Palmer s rarely or I say never write an epilogue


10 thoughts on “Sweet Enemy

  1. says:

    To uote Danielle the Book Huntress This is by far the meanest Diana Palmer hero and that's saying something He's a real sunavabitch Here are a few of the charming things he says to the stick heroine who has all the personality of said stick I still say a woman’s got only one use to a man and I think you know

  2. says:

    This is by far the meanest Diana Palmer hero and that's saying something I wanted to get out my extra large titanium shovel to brain this jive turkey with I don't think I've ever given a Diana Palmer book a C and hope never to again o

  3. says:

    One thing sorely missing from these earlier works of Palmer are consummation scenes and baby filled epilogues Angst asshole heroes and sweet virgin heroines are there which always makes her books a 4star for me

  4. says:

    At least the heroine wasnt a blonde I guess 🙄

  5. says:

    Yes Diana Palmer books can be a little repetitive at times but I really love her stuff Call me crazy or it could be the fact that I haven't read anything by her in months but I loved this story Its nice to take a break from all the vampire romance and murder mystery novels and read something like this I really don't understand why people are being so harsh about this book It was written in 1979 Thank about it people That's 32 yea

  6. says:

    Well heck This guy was a jerk supreme but damn he is one alpa male The jerkWhat you would expect in the genre during the 80s and from an earlier Diana Palmer virginal heroine; alpha jerk hero who despises women but has secretly loved the younger heroine since she was even younger yet has NO problems sleeping with beautiful women while he works out his commitmentfear of the L word issues The other L word Think 80s not 2000sIt was

  7. says:

    Boring and I didn't like hero or heroine

  8. says:

    Another emotional roller coaster ride Maggie's loved her best friend's brother since she was a child who stuck to him like glue Clint adored the child but when the child was becoming a woman he became uncomfortable with her adoratio

  9. says:

    I liked it Ms Palmer's books can be a little repetitive at times but I can't get enough of them I'm a sucker for older heroyounger heroine trope and that both of them dealing with a lovehate internal struggle I love it when they figh

  10. says:

    I kind of like it Maggie and Clint's like cat and mouse They've been fighting and arguing since forever But after Maggie's engagement is being hold because cheating fiancé she's forced to go back to her hometown and meet Clint But then her feeling's bloom And towards Clint I like it Mostly because the angst and the way

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