Mistress on His Terms Paperback – 4 May 2001
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- ISBN-10 : 0263825019
- ISBN-13 : 978-0263825015
- Paperback : 185 pages
- Publisher : Mills & Boon; New edition (4 May 2001)
- Language: : English
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Take or leave it, but rounded up to three.Reviewed in the United States on 9 June 2014
Lily is off to meet her father that she knew nothing about, however a different man, Sebastian, meets her instead. (odd that Hugo knew it was her calling before she even said hello) Sebastian is pretty nasty to Lily from the get go. He doesn’t trust her but completely trusts Hugo. My problem is that her mother isn’t there to defend herself and Lily takes this new family’s word for everything! Sebastian thinks Lily is up to something, perhaps hurting Hugo the way her mother did years ago. One wonders why pa felt the need to divulge his past w/ his step son?! On the way to pa’s house Lily and Sebastian are forced to spend more time together and sparks fly between them. He is continuously mean to her, but Lily perseveres. He didn’t seem to like her jumping to conclusions about him but of course he does it to her w/out allowing an explanation. She has her own reasons for being there and in search of some family since hers is gone. She acted like hers was so great, but she is quick to believe the worst of them when the new one – more specifically Hugo – delivers the bad news of the manipulations of her momma. So Hugo wouldn’t tell Lily about her mother but he tells Sebastian who tells her, of course. That doesn’t really make a lick of sense as Sebastian has no familial connection to the woman and Hugo should’ve sought counsel elsewhere! Hugo is not like the HP Hs that you read so much about because his explanation for leaving Lily, given by Sebastian, seems very weak. Yeah I suppose it sets up the story but he could have fought more for what he claimed to have wanted so bad instead of being so passive. Fine upstanding Sebastian wants Lily even though he already has a GF. He is not adverse to making a few passes, and we’re not completely sure if his relationship w/ GF is through either. However, he is better than Lily’s mom – still bothers me that she accepts their word for things when all I can think is that of course Hugo will want to look like the wronged man and her mom is gone so why not paint her poorly?
RealReaderReviewed in the United States on 29 May 2011
Mistress on His Terms Generally I'd review the book...but in this case I'll like to add that this writer is one of the best HP writers--if not the best one. I've been avidly catching up on reading her books since I just recently discovered them. This book is pretty good--the other reviewers that said positive things were right! The negative reviewer I'm not sure what they read--but this book rocks! five stars.
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Jerk of a HeroReviewed in the United States on 1 March 2011
The H in this book was just too childish. "On his terms" is the key here. From the first chapter when the h steps off the plane H is condecending, rude, and obnoxious. It doesn't get any better throughout the whole relationship. He barley shows any caring when h is having a tough time coming to grips with the loss of her parents just six months before. He's accusatory, there is never any trust and while h stands up for herself at a few points it is not enough to make H really see her as a person and not just someone he can use to get his own way.
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