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by Helen Bianchin

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ISBN:
0263802396
Author:
Helen Bianchin
Language:
English
Publisher:
Harlequin Mills & Boon (March 14, 1997)
Pages:
384 pages
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1261 kb
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1842 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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Originally published in 1994.

Originally published in 1994.

can't get enough of her books. She has such strong and dominant male characters who always take control, and is very caring and passionate at the same time.

Carly was elated by famous millionaire Stefano’s passionate proposal of marriage.

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It balanced the shock of seeing the bandages removed for the first time, and evidence of a vivid surgical scar.

It balanced the shock of seeing the bandages removed for the first time, and evidence of a vivid surgical scar nd opted to tell him the news in person. Consequently it was almost four when she entered the towering modern city block and rode the lift to Reception. There was a sense of deja vu on stepping into the luxuriously furnished foyer, although this time there was the advantage of needing no introduction.

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Helen Bianchin was born in New Zealand and travelled to Australia before marrying her Italian-born husband. After three years they moved, returned to New Zealand with their daughter, had two sons and then resettled in Australia

Helen Bianchin was born in New Zealand and travelled to Australia before marrying her Italian-born husband. After three years they moved, returned to New Zealand with their daughter, had two sons and then resettled in Australia. An animal lover, she says her terrier and Persian cat regard her study as as much theirs as hers. Country of Publication.

But Rafael was intrigued by Mikayla's proposal and immediately presented her with a contract of her duties as his mistress for a year! Top of the list was sharing his bed. What had Mikayla let herself in for?

But Rafael was intrigued by Mikayla's proposal and immediately presented her with a contract of her duties as his mistress for a year! Top of the list was sharing his bed. What had Mikayla let herself in for? . One fee. Stacks of books.

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  • Swordsong
This book got better as it went along. It, unfortunately, follows the trend of the estranged couple who reunite after the husband blackmails the wife, "Return to my bed or I'll sue for custody of the child you never told me we had."

Their 6-year-old daughter needs an operation and the woman asks her husband for the money. That's when he gives her the ultimatum. Gradually, they become closer, make love, and near the conclusion of the book actually tell one another of their love.

Helen Bianchin fans will enjoy this book. Once again, if they actually told one another how they feel, instead of being stubborn and prideful, the happy ending could begin much sooner for them. "Passion's Mistress" DOES succeed in that this couple resolves their issues more than 3 pages from the conclusion and the woman plans a lusty little surprise for her husband that is quite romantic.

For some reason, most of the Harlequin Presents authors--and their editors--fail to realize that if they resolved the conflict about 3/4 of the way through the book they could write a better romance by building on the relationship. Bianchin's "Marriage Campaign" is an excellent book in which the hero wants the heroine from day one and sets out to get her. He doesn't confess his love so quickly, still we are sufficiently perceptive that this manly man does not need to be cool or downright hateful to his woman in order to maintain his masculinity.

The hero in "Passion's Mistress" is not as good as "Marriage Campaign," but he's better than most. The psychotic other woman plot device is mercifully absent from this book, although there are a couple of ho's who flirt with the husband.
  • Porgisk
Yeah the couple were estranged for six years and neither filed for divorce. I highly doubt that he was faithful during that time and I think Carly really didn't want to know if he wasn't. But the whole cause of the breakdown in the marriage, Angelica, could have been explained from the get go. Stefano could have explained all this to Carly before she ran out on him and then they wouldn't have been estranged. However, and this really bugs me, if there was nothing going on between Stefano and Angelica except for the fact that she is a fellow associate in their business dealing why is he accepting a kiss from her on the lips. . . a lingering kiss? Does Stefano kiss all of his associates like that? He didn't ever really seem to explain things to my satisfaction. So what if they grew up together he knew that Angelica was causing problems and he did nothing to protect Carly from her not to alleviate her feelings of insecurity and doubt. Just makes you wonder if he really cared about her or Ann-Marie.
  • JUST DO IT
I just didn't understand why Stefano didn't explain about Anjelica in the first place. He must've heard the same rumors about his relationship with this other woman to reassure his wife, Carly, about their relationship. I didn't really feel the problem with their marriage was resolved. Did he have affairs in their 7 year separation? They really both lacked communication skills. I didn't like either character.