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by Robin Schone

eBook The Lover ePub
Author: Robin Schone
Language: English
ISBN: 0758204272
ISBN13: 978-0758204271
Publisher: Kensington (April 1, 2000)
Pages: 400
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 310
Formats: azw docx lit lrf
ePub file: 1294 kb
Fb2 file: 1822 kb

USA Today Bestselling Author Robin Schone is the recipient of the Romantic Times 2008 Career Lifetime Achievement Award for Most Innovative Historical R. .See if your friends have read any of Robin Schone's books.

USA Today Bestselling Author Robin Schone is the recipient of the Romantic Times 2008 Career Lifetime Achievement Award for Most Innovative Historical R. more photos (1). Robin Schone’s Followers (419).

Books by Robin Schone. E-Novellas by Robin Schone. I dedicate this book to: RBL ROMANTICA-a web board with Bodacious Bods aplenty and a clan of women s for your support, rebel ladies!

That includes literally any book outside of the erotica/romance genre.

Both books, The Lover and it's sister book Gabriels Woman are up there with the best books I've EVER read. That includes literally any book outside of the erotica/romance genre. The stories are incredible. The twists and connections lavished through the stories ( and yes I'm pretty much including both books on this) are stunning.

I own every book Ms. Schone has written as well as the two anthologies, Fascinated and Captivated and it is her two novellas in each-A Lady's Pleasure and A Man and A Woman-that I find myself re-reading simply because they're so passionate and true. Ms. Schone's books are easily some of the most character-driven in any genre.

No one there had seen him since midnight. Michael flung open the rain-shrouded door to his town house. Raoul jumped around in surprise, a pair of small scissors in his right hand and a withered purple. His swarthy face paled. Monsieur!"Michael strode past him toward the veined marble stairs. He did not bother closing the front door behind him; he would be leaving soon enough. Footsteps hurried after hi. Monsieur! The water! Monsieur! The mud!".

Kensington Publishing Corp. Praise for Robin Schone's The Lady's Tutor. Takes the reader on a sweeping adventure into the very heart of sensuality and the nature of passion. Schone tests the boundaries of romance fiction. -The Literary Times. Even Desire Has Its Price. Be prepared for romantic erotica the way it should be written.

Thirty-six-year-old Anne Aimes is a spinster whose only attraction is her wealth. Michel des Anges - Michael of the Angels - is a whore. The Victorian equivalent of a gigolo except that word hadn't been invented yet. A renowned lover famous for his ability to satisfy women. He was the darling of society until ghosts from his past came back to destroy him. Now scarred for life, Michael is out to seek vengeance and must draw his enemies out.

Robin Schone (born about 1954) is a best-selling American author of erotic romance novels. Schone read her first romance novel, These Old Shades by Georgette Heyer, at age twelve, and began reading erotic novels when she was fifteen. Although she has always written stories for herself, Schone was determined to be a painter, and studied art, classics, and world religion at Rockford College in Rockford, Illinois

Последние твиты от Robin Schone (nSchone). This is true historical erotica. Sue Grimshaw, Romance at Random.

Последние твиты от Robin Schone (nSchone). Happy Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Weekend Madness & Cyber Monday. book/dp/B01M7PIZM. ответ 1 ретвит 1 отметка Нравится.

ISBN-10: 1-61773-274-5. Robin Schone, The Lover. Thank you for reading books on GrayCity.

Hiring Michel to teach her about passion, thirty-six-year-old wealthy spinster Anne is unaware that her lover-for-hire is driven by vengeance and tragedy to find a woman who he can use to work out his murderous rage. Reissue.
Clandratha
Anne is a 36 year old spinster, she was nurse maid to her recently deceased parents and now she wants to have a love affair. Michael is a scared, former prostitute. Anne pays Michael to take her virginity and give her a month of romance. The writting took a bit of getting used to, it was repetative and truncated. I couldn't count how many times Anne was refered to as spinster by the authour and Michael. There were several passages that consisted of only one or two words, repeated. <i>Death and desire. Desire and death.</i> Once I got past that the characters and the story was very engrossing and darkly sexy. Someone is out to get Michael and he thinks using Anne will draw his killer out. Anne and Michael have their demons, they're lonely, want love and acceptance. One seduction at a time they grow closer. Every sex scene is layered with tension, longing and fear. Very interesting read.
Naril
I realized I had read this book before around chapter two. It is a well-written book. The author has a gift of the written word to be sure. This being said, this book was not an easy read, however this reader felt compelled to learn the truth behind the actions of the main characters. In the end, it all makes sense. Definitely worth the read, or in my case second read. You won't be disappointed.
Nargas
This is another superbly crafted novel by Robin Schone which includes Gabriel (from Gabriel's Woman) and his life friend Michel de Anges.
The two men (aged 40) have been friends since they saved each others lives on the streets of Paris at age 13.
In Michel's past women would have paid him to have him love them. Now, however, as the result of a fire (five years ago) that scarred him both emotionally and physically, he feels he should be paying them. And now ironically, the woman he is to meet is willing to pay him 10,000 pounds for one month of his pleasure.
"Her name was Anne Aime. Her age was thirty six."
That my dear friends is as far as I will go. You will undoubtedly love this erotice romance which I HIGHLY RECOMMEND. Worthy of 5 stars.
Nikok
I keep getting into trouble by writing long reviews but forgetting to include 'spoilers' in them. So while I'm leaving this short so as to avoid spoiling other readers enjoyment, I don't want brevity to be misunderstood as lack of interest and I don't think I'll be saying anything that will give away the events in the book.

Both books, The Lover and it's sister book Gabriels Woman are up there with the best books I've EVER read. That includes literally any book outside of the erotica/romance genre. The stories are incredible. The twists and connections lavished through the stories ( and yes I'm pretty much including both books on this) are stunning. While you don't HAVE to read both books to understand the stories, it would be a dreadful shame not to. They aren't quite stand alone but can be read as such with both giving enough detail to understand the other book. BUT seriously, it's well worth the time to indulge yourself with a sexy historical story that has amazing love scenes, tragedy that's so twisted it's painful to imagine. And you have superb endings. Please read. Too beautiful to miss out on and while you'll ache reading the guys story, you'll rejoice for them also in the end. I so hope you enjoy.
Jaiarton
Although this book was a fascinating read with intense moments of sheer poignancy, it tended to annoy me at times to the point where I would take a break to fan my overrought nerves.

Anne is a thirty six year old spinster, who after years of looking after ailing parents finds herself an heiress on their decease but well past her prime. She has no looks to boast of but she has fortitude and determination. She goes to London with the purpose of paying 10 000 pound for a male prostitute called Michel des Anges. She wants to experience the joys of sexual gratification not wishing to die a deprived virgin. He was once much in demand for his legendary beauty but an accident left not only his face scarred but also his heart. No woman has asked for his services for the last five years so he is anxious in case Anne is repulsed by his appearance and may therefore reject him.

Anne had coveted Michel for years but knew that he would not even notice her much less show any interest in her. Now however, she is in a position to make him an offer he has no intention of refusing. Anne is a loving, passionate woman who explores her sexuality in the hands of an expert and amorous lover. She is tender and devoted which is shown by her loyalty to her ill parents. Michel however, is persecuted by his demons and a mysterious character from his past who not only threatens him but also the woman he has come to care about.

Though the story kept me engrossed, I felt that the characters allowed their weaknesses to get in the way of feeling true happiness. Anne constantly thinks of her spinsterhood and plainess even at the most poignant moments and Michel of his deformity as if they are unable to transcend the superficial and experience their inner beauty that is hinted at but not fully exposed or explored. They somehow feel undeserving of love because of their physical shortcomings and this is something I found annoying.

There is also a fine film of despondancy and despair underlying the whole story which I found depressing. Even when Anne and Michel make love I had a sense of the macabre which is not overtly obvious but lurks behind their every thought. Personally ,I don't like the oppressive in romance and more than anything else, this was the reason I gave the book such a low rating.
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