She had to accept the housekeeping job that Blaze then arranged for her, if she was to provide a secure home for little Rosie. Chrissy leapt off the bus and splashed straight into a puddle. Dirty water spattered the pristine overall she wore beneath her unbuttoned coat. With a groan of exasperation she fled on down the road, frantically checking her watch. She was late for work.
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Indecent Deception by Lynne Graham. Revenge is a dish best served cold For one moment after Chrissy Hamilton overheard Blaze Kenyon making a cruel joke at her late mother's expense, she knew the heady sensation of revenge--but then she realized she'd lost control, and her job She had to accept the housekeeping job that Blaze then arranged for her, if she was to Revenge is a dish best served cold She had to accept the housekeeping job that Blaze then arranged for her, if she was to provide a secure home for little Rosie.
Chrissy comforted herself that even if it hurt to accept Blaze's help, it wouldn't be him who would be her lord and master, so he couldn't make her the target of his blackmailing, womanizing ways Get A Copy. Mass Market Paperback , Harlequin Presents , pages. Published March 24th by Harlequin Presents first published January 1st More Details Original Title.
Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Indecent Deception , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Indecent Deception. Sep 28, Alp rated it did not like it Shelves: tstl-heroine , contemporary-romance , hero-i-hate , rich-guy-poor-girl. I was beyond furious. What did I just read?
A piece of rubbish? I don't know what got into me to make me pick up this one. Guess I have only myself to blame… The story started off nicely, but alas, the more I read, the more I realized how awful the story was. I should know better than to try to finish it. Actually, the first I was beyond furious. Actually, the first half of the book was fairly entertaining and I enjoyed the characters just fine, until halfway through it that things started to go downhill.
Chrissy drove me crazy just about every time she opened her mouth to speak something. Not because of her stutter, but because of her attitude.
There was nothing admirable in Chrissy. Yeah, he felt so attracted to her; even so, he treated her like a doormat. And you think she was fine with that?? Hell, no! Plus, there was her baby sister whom she had to raise alone. She was absolutely worthless useless pathetic. I mean, seriously? Well, about Blaze… At first, I thought he was kinda mysterious and a bit brooding, and that he might be my kind of hero and I really hoped he would.
But I was so wrong! In fact, he was a real jerk. What he had done to Chrissy after they were married was terrible, disgusting, and unacceptable. Gosh, I hated this man! I have to say that I got mad at everything that happened in the second half of the book. I was so upset with both main characters. And what made me see red, to the point that I wanted to punch Blaze in the face, was that he used Chrissy as his personal sexual outlet and then called her bitch.
He called her bitch! And what did she do? And in the end, when he told her he loved her, she simply forgave him. She easily let that ass get away with it after what he had put her through? No groveling? No heartfelt apology? Actually, this man had to grovel on his belly to beg her for her forgiveness!
Damn, I went mad! The first half of the book got 3 stars from me but the second half didn't deserve even one star! View all 12 comments. This is so messed up, and if you don't like OTT drama I suggest you stay away! For me, this one was amazing and not what I was expecting. Let's me start by saying she was one smart cookie! She was young and made a few mistakes she lied but essentially she was a good girl in a bad situation.
The hero, Blaze, got what he deserved when he was racked with guilt about his supposedly bad behavior. He was using her and she caught him out on it. Chrissy was so confused by the situation however she WOW!
Chrissy was so confused by the situation however she should have just let her sister go get herself messed up by the hero. I don't think I would try to save that poor child having a bitch mother like her sister! However, I value life and I would have done the same so I do see her point of view. It was an emotional read with little Rosie taking center stage a few times.
I cried when Rosie went to call him Daddy after he found out Chrissy had lied and he was not the father or her the mother for that matter. Poor misguided Chrissy, she loved the hero and he was too caught up with revenge to see what he was giving up. It was great at the end too when he said he would forgive her maybe after their 6th child. Loved it! View 2 comments. Feb 10, StMargarets rated it liked it Shelves: enemies-to-lovers , hero-behaving-badly , harlequin-presents , 3-star , forced-marriage , print-copy , angst-by-misunderstanding-lies , author-lynne-graham , revenge-by-hero , vintage.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is a difficult one to rate. To say the ending was rushed and unsatisfying is an understatement. Cute stutter or no — the heroine was wrong, wrong, wrong to tell those lies and sustain them for weeks on end. Good lord. I guess they deserve each other. Her mother left her lottery-winner father to marry a bigamist. She found herself pregnant at 45 about the same time the bigamist dad went to prison. After having the baby, she lost her will to live and the soft-hearted heroine dropped out of school to take care of her sister.
How does the heroine know the hero?