Anne Mather
The Arrogance of Love
July 02, 2019 Comments.. 787
The Arrogance of Love Susan didn t want to admit it but Amanda was right She shouldn t feel this way she should try not to think about Dominic Halstad But Susan found that even the prospect of spending time with his son w

  • Title: The Arrogance of Love
  • Author: Anne Mather
  • ISBN: 9780263716771
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Paperback
  • Susan didn t want to admit it, but Amanda was right She shouldn t feel this way she should try not to think about Dominic Halstad But Susan found that even the prospect of spending time with his son was infinitely desirable than remaining in London.She prayed that she was not falling in love with Dominic To do so would ruin her life, for any interest he might haveSusan didn t want to admit it, but Amanda was right She shouldn t feel this way she should try not to think about Dominic Halstad But Susan found that even the prospect of spending time with his son was infinitely desirable than remaining in London.She prayed that she was not falling in love with Dominic To do so would ruin her life, for any interest he might have in her was bound to be transitory.

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    1 Blog on “The Arrogance of Love

    1. IamGamz says:

      The h was engaged to a very middle of the road, momma's boy. She thought she loved him until the H walked into her life and changed her perception of what a man is. She fought against her feelings for the H but eventually had to admit that she had to end her engagement to the momma's boy because she wanted the man. In between all her introspection, she also befriended the H's son, who needed affection in his life. Then there's the alcoholic wife who was a silent specter throughout the book but f [...]

    2. Tia says:

      The novel was pretty cute but at times completely excruciating. The heroine was a sweet innocent little thing she really brought nothing to the book until the middle where she actually acquired a backbone and kicked her loser mommy loving fiance to the ground. Obviously not literally but that would of be AWESOME. The hero was pretty mellow too and probaly one of the sweetest heroes I've ever had the pleasure reading about. The ending was quick, I'd much rather the heroes ex-wife blow up in a fie [...]

    3. Anuradha says:

      Just the regular Anne Mather triangle trope - featuring an older married man, evil unfaithful wife and sweet virginal heroine.One relief is that the hero doesn't get into bed with the sweet girl while still married. But the flip side of that is the leads barely touch each other for most of the book !15 year old son of the hero makes friends with the heroine. They sounded more naturally in sync with each other than the romantic leads actually !Just ordinary passable stuff. 3 stars.

    4. April Brookshire says:

      Lame title for a good book.Nowadays, a cover with 2 men and a woman would mean it was ménage erotica. Naughty, naughty. Not so with The Arrogance of Love. The third male is actually the hero's fifteen year old son, Jon. But this book isn't much more wholesome than that threesome business, since the hero is actually married.The best part of the book was the insight into Jon's character and how he was forced to grow up too fast.The romance was good, but he H and h spent very little time together. [...]

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