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by Patricia Wilson

eBook Dark Illusion ePub
Author: Patricia Wilson
Language: English
ISBN: 0263777243
ISBN13: 978-0263777246
Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon; New Ed edition (1992)
Pages: 192
Subcategory: Romance
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 527
Formats: lrf doc lrf mobi
ePub file: 1618 kb
Fb2 file: 1192 kb

Patricia Wilson (1929 – 2010) was a best-selling writer of 53 romance novels for the Mills & Boon publisher from 1986 to 2004. She placed her novels primarily in England, Spain or France. Books by Patricia Wilson. Mor. rivia About Dark Illusion.

Dark Illusion Quotes Showing 1-2 of 2. Nick,' he corrected quietly. As to your emotions, they show in your face, in those amazing eyes. One day soon those eyes will change colour and glow for m. 'They already have done,' Joanna snapped, rage surfacing

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Item Information:Author : Patricia Wilson. Product Information:TITLE: Dark Illusion. Books spine maybe slightly creased due to age and wear. Weight: 91. Other Details:Condition : Good.

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Patricia Wilson at her best! Love this book!!! . I liked this book, but didn't love it and I usually do with Patricia Wilson books. With that said it is a keeper - the main characters have good chemistry and are believable.

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I thought that I would love this story based on what I heard and started to read. Nick is a jealous and possessive hero. He is ruthless in his pursuit of Joanna, the heroine. He plotted and planned to make her his for years. There is nothing that he would not do to remove any obstacles to being with her including making sure the man she believed that she loved was married to someone else and millions of miles away from her.
While in real life the woman of that kind of attention would need to get a restraining order in Romanceland that kind of devotion and obsession with a heroine is my ideal. (I admit it is a sickness.) Also while naive and appearing too young for her age, the heroine is likable. Also she makes Nick chase her and does not give in easily. In addition, it was not a clean romance. The story includes a few love making scenes towards the end of the story. All these things are pluses in my book and would have really enjoyed the story if not for the OW.

It is bad when my enjoyment of a book is overshadowed by countless references to the Nick's OW. Multiple characters including Joanna, her father, people who work for the Nick and Nick himself all talk about the beautiful women that have gone in and out of his life since meeting the heroine. Also the heroine sees him with OW in newspapers and hanging over him in person. In addition it is printed in the newspaper that Nick is engaged and when the heroine talks to him on the phone OW was in the background. Also OW call him when the heroine is around or talk to her asking for him. In addition, characters are warning her to stay away from Nick almost the entire story because of his womanizing ways.

After being bombarded with OW throughout the entire book including near the end, it turned out that the hero as probably celibate! While it is not said outright that he stopped smex OW after meeting the heroine, Nick stated that he was super busy before and after meeting the heroine and between working mega hours flying all over the world and flying to see the heroine he had no time for OW. All those OW were just eye candy or his secretary or his friend's wife and the one that said that she was engaged to him only met him once! Yet the entire book the heroine concern and focus (who could blame her) was that the hero was a playboy who hit it and quit it. It seemed to make sense based on what she had seen and everyone was telling her that he would do the same with her! However supposedly Nick has loved the heroine beyond measure and has for quite awhile. I never felt that and Nick saying it on the final couple pages of the book meant nothing to me. Sadly the main thing that I am taking away from this book is a bad taste in my mouth because of the OW flood.
Whitehammer
A must read! Patricia Wilson at her best! Love this book!!!
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I liked this book, but didn't love it and I usually do with Patricia Wilson books. With that said it is a keeper - the main characters have good chemistry and are believable
Eayaroler
Back cover reads:

"I remove obstacles that stand in my way!"

Nick Martella wouldn't allow Joanna's love for another man to cause him any problems. Joanna, of course, resisted his high-handed attitude, but it seemed that wherever she went, whatever she did, Nick was always one step ahead of her. It was hard enought to deal with him in England, but on the small Caribbean island Nick called home, Joanna found it even more difficult to outmaneuver him. It was, though, only when Joanna realized that she was not only fighting Nick's single-minded pursuit of her, but her own growing love for him, that her problems really began!
Ynye
pure romantic fantasy, when you need a temporary escape from the trials and tribulations of real life!

the hero is the 100% alpha male; heroine: lovely innocent and almost perfect lady!
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