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Simply Forbidden (The House of Pleasure Book 6) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B0046ZRW88
- Publisher : Aphrodisia; 1st edition (1 February 2011)
- Language : English
- File size : 1309 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 337 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 22,174 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Gabriel, is a reclusive scarred war hero earl - already a great start. Then we find out about his rough childhood and charges of treason/cowardice, seriously tortured hero. But then he always acts with such honor and courage, and is SO sweet to Lisette, but in a gruff almost shy way, he. is. awesome. Lisette walks the perfect line between worldly woman while still retaining her innocence and sweetness. When she was younger she explored sexually (hardly surprising considering her lack of parental involvement and then her mom owning the pleasure house), but then she later regretted her actions, which showed maturity. With her mother it was so much about sexual freedom, but I liked that Lisette wanted to respect her body more, that she recognized that sex could be more meaningful than just pleasure, she was almost more mature than her mother that way.
In regards to the series, I am glad the whole drama with Lord Minshom was over. Ok, I was into it while I was reading it, but it really did drag on and on. This book lets all of that go and focuses on the relationship between Gabriel and Lisette, and that was great.
The downside of this book was Gabriel's latent interest in men. I know that is a hallmark of Kate Pearce heroes and I actually LIKE it for some of the heroes, but at some point it does stretch my imagination that, you know, virtually all men in historical England were secretly bisexual or gay. At first I thought we finally have a straight guy who can be monogamous, wonder of wonders, but, sigh, alas, not quite. Not only did it feel forced, but it was unnecessary, as he was already "unconventional enough" sexually by wanting to be dominated by Lisette. It just didn't fit with what I thought about Gabriel, either his sexual interests or his devotion to Lisette that he would really need that.
The Simply series is an auto buy for me ... I love the dynamic of this series