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Fearless Paperback – 1 February 2009
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The prolific author of more than one hundred books, Diana Palmer got her start as a newspaper reporter. A New York Times bestselling author and voted one of the top ten romance writers in America, she has a gift for telling the most sensual tales with charm and humor. Diana lives with her family in Cornelia, Georgia.
- Publisher : Mills & Boon; First edition (1 February 2009)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 384 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0263869032
- ISBN-13 : 978-0263869033
- Dimensions : 10.7 x 2.2 x 17 cm
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The characters don’t have any chemistry and the hero is downright nasty to the heroine for no reason other than he believes her beneath his station and not as pretty as the woman he really loves but can’t have.
The ending was nice if you ignore all the nastiness from earlier in the book.
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However, that said it took ages for the story to get going, then the charactors suddenly decide to get married then divorce about two pages later. The hero then realizes he's made a mistake gets kidknapped and rescued (again in about 2 pages) and they get back together with not much effort.
This book would have been better if the final couple of chapters had focused on the characters getting to know each other as they were in reality before the epilogue and finish of the book - especially given that the hero spent most of the book pining for someone else and telling everyone why he would never want Glory!
That all sounds very negative but a major plus - Glory was at least not a total wimp and was allowed to have some humour and guts that made us like DPs heroines in the first place - however she does have the usual traumatic childhood.