Passion's Sweet Revenge

Passion s Sweet Revenge She Owed Him Her LoveSome things never changed The name on the playbill at Wallack s Theatre said Katy Dakota but for Logan Marshall no amount of face paint could disguise the unforgettable beauty o

  • Title: Passion's Sweet Revenge
  • Author: Jo Goodman
  • ISBN: 9780821729588
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • She Owed Him Her LoveSome things never changed The name on the playbill at Wallack s Theatre said Katy Dakota, but for Logan Marshall, no amount of face paint could disguise the unforgettable beauty of Mary Catherine McCleary, the girl who d betrayed him during the war She was a fine actress, all right Even now he could remember how convincingly she d played the roleShe Owed Him Her LoveSome things never changed The name on the playbill at Wallack s Theatre said Katy Dakota, but for Logan Marshall, no amount of face paint could disguise the unforgettable beauty of Mary Catherine McCleary, the girl who d betrayed him during the war She was a fine actress, all right Even now he could remember how convincingly she d played the role of an eager innocent under his kisses just before he d felt the rifle at his back This time Logan would make sure they finished what they started And that she wasn t pretending when she shuddered with pleasure under his exploring touch and moaned with ecstasy in response to his forceful possession.He Demanded Her PassionSome things never changed Katy had thought she d seen the last of Logan Marshall when, as a young girl, she d been responsible for sending him to Andersonville, the most brutal of Rebel prisons Yet now, as she gazed out from the stage straight into a pair of steely gray eyes, she knew that the one man who could inflame her with white hot passion was about to claim his revenge A revenge that would demand her complete surrender to his every desire A revenge she would hate him for, if only she didn t want it to go on forever.

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    1 thought on “Passion's Sweet Revenge”

    1. Ultra cutesy. The heroine's love confession was quite overdue, and I felt the hero promptly let her trample over his pride quite a few times, and even during his act of 'revenge', I still felt she was in control. The pseudo villain had dragged his dead horse about the story for far too long, and I never quite understood the story surrounding the pictures she allowed him to take, since she had obviously loathed his mere existence. See facebook girls? Hundreds of years ago, women STILL had trouble [...]

    2. As the war was going on Katy did some things that she regretted, especially to Logan Marshall. Now ten years later Katy Dakota has made her name on stage and Logan is out for revenge.The story was slow in parts, I felt like some of the information could have been edited out but overall the story kept me entertained. Logan was forceful to a point but I can understand his wanting revenge for what Katy put him through but he was also able to check himself. Overall, I liked Katy, she did what she ha [...]

    3. It's a hate story rather than a love story. The heroine is abused as a child, then rescued by a Yankee who thinks she betrays him. As an adult, she faces sexual abuse from the hero, the villain and is generally mentally traumatized. The plot is convoluted and the actions moves between 4 or 5 characters. I thought it was gruesome

    4. Not as good as the later Goodman books, but still a four star rating based on the emotional content, even though some of the actions of the characters were of questionqble sense. However I still love a good revenge, hate to love story and Ms Goodman can wring tears off a piece of granite.

    5. I read it as "His Heart's Revenge," the re-title of this older story. It's full of revenge and angry love-making and secrets and stuff. Again, it's more Civil War and just after than actual Victorian era. Nice read.

    6. Too longThis story was good and the characters well thought out but I found myself plodding along just to finish. But, all in all it is a good book once you get into it.

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