"a passionate story of how love transforms"
Being raised by a catholic family didn't help Elsbeth at
all. Being told while you were growing up that "Men" were
the Devil, well how does that show a young girl that she
has a future like most girls dream of; you meet a man
(prince), fall in love, marry and have children. Well how
would that happen if all men are the Devil? So now years
later Elsbeth just didn't feel right around men, she felt
only the one young man that drew her attention was
intrusive of her, but oh did he make her body flame and
her heart to race. He had the most beautiful Sapphire eyes
she had ever seen and his body was to die for, so why was
he even looking at a woman like her? Being a Librarian
that was very headstrong and knew what she wanted made
most men just take one look and move on. With her faith,
or the faith that had been drilled into her since
childhood just made her think that what she felt was evil
and must stop it. But Dante made her body come alive, made
her want more, made her feel passion, is that wrong and
evil like she has been taught? Dante doesn't take no for
an answer thank god, and won't allow her to turn him away.
With the kiss that woke her body and mind, set forth
Elsbeth's true self, a woman that is burning hot, full of
loneliness that Dante's wanted to take away, to show her
there is so much more, and he is the perfect man to give
her all she wants and needs. Will she trust in him? Or
turn him away?
This story shows what can and does happen to women and men
when their families tell them that passion for the other
sex is evil and will send them to hell, causing them live
only part of their lives and are just not totally happy. I
felt that A.P. Miller did a darn good job and I really
enjoyed this story from beginning to end. To see Elsbeth
go from the lonely woman she is at the beginning of the
story to the woman she becomes at the end was like
watching a butterfly grow. I look forward to reading more
by A.P. Miller.
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted August 12, 2007
Raised pure in a devout Catholic family, Nuns taught her that men were the Devils spawn and that she was answerable to no man. Headstrong Librarian, Elsbeth felt only intrusion for the handsome younger man who invaded her privacy. But his alluring saphire eyes and strong sinewy body left more to be desired then rejected. Romance was the last thing she needed. Her obligation was to her faith...
When aristcratic born Dante' first met the brisque shrew who spurned his advances, he never would have thought that beneath her frumpish exterior beat a heart full of only passion and a perfectly voluptuous, wanton body.
But with one searing kiss he finally discovered the lonliness within and all his years of searching would finally come to an end. He couldn't help but take advantage of this impossible love as unpairing as it was...