The Black Rose (Love Spell futuristic romance)

The Black Rose Love Spell futuristic romance A marriage between a noblewoman and an aristocratic spy yields a passion hotter than a thousand suns

  • Title: The Black Rose (Love Spell futuristic romance)
  • Author: Jan Zimlich
  • ISBN: 9780505523846
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A marriage between a noblewoman and an aristocratic spy yields a passion hotter than a thousand suns.

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    1. The heroine is both shocked and extremely disgusted with the fact that he uncle has sold her to the bastard son of the enemy and vows to do everything in her power to escape. The hero had no idea that when he finally accepted the summons of her father that he would be forced into marriage. But neither can escape their fate and soon they are married. The heroine is far from attracted to her new husband, thinking him nothing more than a soft bellied aristocrat that useless to her. The hero thinks [...]

    2. The Black Rose by Jan ZimlichI liked this story.The description of the book I am listing below is from the back jacket of the book. I'm adding it because I believe the one on the page does not depict this story. Though Lucien Charbonneau was born a noble, he'd implemented plans to bring about galactic revolution. He wore two faces, that of an effete aristocrat and that of someone darker, more mysterious. He had subtle yet potent charms, and he played at deception with the same skills that he mi [...]

    3. It's strange, the premise is frankly a little offputing to me, but the shapeshifting thing really finds the loophole of the heroine never having had sex with anyone but the hero before they get married while still allowing her to get it on with dudes in spaceports.That's all that's really stuck with me about this book. I read it twice though, and it's sort of made me always be on the lookout for romance of the sci-fi persuasion when I'm in bookstores.

    4. Still updating my shelves with past reads. This is another book read and reviewed for All About Romance, the review is archivedHERE .

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