Reader Review: This book starts in a way, I normally don't like as much, but as it went on, it was a great read. I could not stop reading and the plot was not very surprisingly, but very good nevertheless.
International aid worker Kimberlee Breen finds herself in hot water as she confronts a trio of Lavorian junta generals about the disappearance of her friend Maria. They intend to sell Maria into prostitution, and Kim too, unless the dangerously handsome mercenary Edward Roarke can save the day. The ruling General Oreste, as bored as he is brutal, proposes a wager, giving Roarke a week to turn the feisty Kim into the perfect sex slave. Kim is outraged, but she agrees to go through the motions in exchange for Maria's freedom. She expects to fake her reactions to Roarke's training, much as she's faked orgasms over the years with a string of weak lovers. But Roarke is a true dominant, determined to turn her into the genuine article. He sees the submissive side of her and exploits it ruthlessly, exposing her to sweet pleasure and pain alike. In Kim's mind the man is a scoundrel for working with the generals, but what the chestnut-haired, green-eyed beauty does not know is that Edward Roarke is a secret agent, working to topple the military government and bring back the legitimate president. His job is to carry out the countercoup while protecting Kimberlee. It's a tough balancing act, especially when he finds himself falling in love. Kimberlee has confusion of her own to deal with as she struggles to understand why she is so powerfully attracted to such an apparent rogue. It is a battle of wills and hearts, set against the backdrop of a beautiful, yet deadly explosive Latin American landscape.
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|Title of eBook: Kimberlee's Keeper|
|Release Date: 12-09-2004|
|Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing, Inc|
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"I am curious," the white-haired general mused. "As a known slave trainer, Senor Roarke, how would you handle a female like this one? She is quite spirited, no?"
Kim's mouth formed a shocked oval. Had she heard what she thought she had? Did this man actually put women into bondage?
All eyes turned to Roarke as the bald General Escadrille swallowed his obvious indignation. Kim knew she ought to be speaking up for herself at this juncture, or better still running from the room as quickly as possible, and straight to the American embassy. But something was holding her in place, transfixed. She just had to hear what the man would say, terrible and scandalous as it might be.
Like a moth to a flame, she reminded herself grimly.
And what a flame he was. What was that saying?about all roses having thorns? A man this beautiful was born to wound the opposite sex. It had been said of her as well. She'd never meant to do such things, but the hearts she played with had been so weak, so unable to meet the challenge of loving her.
It was all that despair, and the guilt that came with it that had driven her from a comfortable life in the States into relief work. Going on two years of suffering alongside the poorest and most defenseless people in the world. Did this Roarke think her a fool? Well then, she was making a career of it. Two earthquakes, a major famine, even a civil war had yet to stop her.
"There is no one way to achieve the ends you speak of, General Oreste," the one called Roarke said diplomatically. "It depends on the personality of the woman, and that of the trainer, too."
"But it is ...
Title: Kimberlee's Keeper
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Very good read!
November 24, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from US
I appreciated the different plot location, the well written book and the only complaint is that is such a wonder read wasn't longer
November 20, 2011
This book starts in a way, I normally don't like as much, but as it went on, it was a great read. I could not stop reading and the plot was not very surprisingly, but very good nevertheless.
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