Gabriel's Woman

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Brava, 2001 - Fiction - 369 pages
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In the erotic, USA Today-bestselling tour de force, The Lover, readers met not only brooding, passionate Michel des Anges, but his lifelong friend -- the mysterious Gabriel, a man with a past as dark as the London night. Now, renowned author Robin Schone explores one of her most talked-about characters in a novel that reveals the blackest secrets of a man's soul. . .and the explosive heart of a woman's desire.

Destitute and terrorized by a nameless pursuer, thirty-four-year-old Victoria Childers has only one thing of value left -- her innocence. Its price will buy her safety. But Gabriel, the dangerously beautiful man who purchases her, doesn't want her virginity -- he wants the man who stalks her. Trapped together in a house where every desire can be fulfilled, Victoria and Gabriel are plunged into a deadly game of passion and pursuit, where the greatest threat is carnal hunger and the only rule is survival.

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User Review  - MoriahJovan - LibraryThing

I saw this book/author described as having spare prose. Boy, was it spare. To the point of uselessness. I don't know if my reading comprehension would have been assisted by having read the first book ... Read full review

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User Review  - MlleEhreen - LibraryThing

Reading the first conversation Victoria has with Gabriel, when she's so naked and vulnerable, and admits to wanting sex very badly, was really hard for me. It hit me in a nails on a chalkboard kind of ... Read full review


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