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An Indecent Proposition by Carol Marinelli
Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. A scandalous offer she can’t refuse Zander Kargas developed his drive to succeed first from his father’s cruel fists, then from living on the streets.
He’s fought for everything, and few challenges remain Charlotte is the best secretary Zander has ever had the pleasure of dealing with, and the only woman to fire his blood in a while. But she works for hi A scandalous offer she can’t refuse Zander Kargas developed his drive to succeed first from his father’s cruel fists, then from living on the streets.
But she works for his bitter rival Zander, assuming he can acquire her the way he does with most things, reaches for his wallet – except Charlotte can’t be bought. So Zander must entice her The Secrets of Xanos Two brothers alike in charisma and power; separated at birth and seeking revenge Paperbackpages.
The Secrets of Xanos 2. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about An Indecent Propositionplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about An Indecent Proposition. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I really enjoyed this one despite myself. Oh sure, I had some issues with the story and with some of the characters, but it still didn’t take away from my essential enjoyment.
The dialogue was really cheesy in places, but I found it beautiful and haunting instead of annoying. Additionally, I thought the plot could have been much more developed than it was, but again, I read this book at the right time, because it didn’t bother me as it usually would.
I really wish, though, that the hero’s past h I really enjoyed this one despite myself. I really wish, though, that the hero’s past had been exploredmore fully. I’d have liked to know more salacious, ultimately heartwrenching details. If I shed a few tears in the process of reading this book, I am refusing to acknowledge it.
I don’t remember if I’ve read any Carol Marinelli before, but I won’t be forgetting her in a hurry. I wasn’t going to rate it 5 stars, but I really, really enjoyed myself.
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And that is what 5-star books are supposed to do for you, so I figured, what the heck? View all 3 comments.
Apr 06, StMargarets rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. How depressing was this story? The story opens with the martyred heroine regretting giving up her job as a stewardess which meant interacting with people all day to living with and caring for her mother who is in an advanced stage of Alzheimer’s. The heroine works from home as the hero’s brother’s PA.
The bright light of her day is when the hero calls about a business negotiation in the works with her employer. The heroine lies to the hero about her situation – not just sins of o How depressing was this story? The heroine lies to the hero about her situation – not just sins of omission – but making up stories about her day.
There’s no good reason for these lies – sorry. Martyr heroines are annoying enough, but own your story. The hero seeks revenge against his twin her employer and uses the heroine as his tool. I love revenge stories – but only when it’s against the heroine. Watching two brothers duke it out is not satisfying and adds nothing to the romance. The hero never considers his mother who was 17 at his birth could have been manipulated by his abusive father.
All sins are laid at her feet. The heroine never considered selling her mistress necklace to help with the bill or hire a nurse for her mother. She wears it under her grubby clothes. She’s pregnant with twins and supposedly happy – although her mother has only been given a few months to live. A nice buzz kill of an epilogue.
Not much romance – a lot of realistic suffering with a heroine who had lank dirty hair most of the time and a bleak outlook on life.
Alzheimer’s is triggering for me. Others have loved this story, so if these elements don’t bother you, you will probably like it. It moves along at a good clip. View all 6 comments. Jun 05, Vintage rated it liked it Shelves: The second of the two damaged brothers and, boy, is he damaged!
This twin is out for revenge and doesn’t care who he takes down. Not as good as the first for reasons I can’t put my finger on. I did love the tortured hero which is usually something Undecent stay away from.
The heroine was a little lacking. Mar 26, Jenny rated it it was ok Shelves: Indeceht was just an ok read. Jan 19, RLA rated it really liked it. The heroine Charlotte and the hero Zander have been in contact with each other inedcent a while, Charlotte is trying a arrange a business deal with Zander for her boss, but the phone calls they share have also become friendly and she has begun to treasure them. She uses them as a way to escape from the difficulties in her life, caring full-time for her alzheimer’s suffering mother is getting more and more difficult.
When Charlotte must travel to Greece to help assist her boss Nico, her guilt over hav The heroine Charlotte and the hero Zander have been in contact with each other for a while, Charlotte is trying a arrange a business deal with Zander for her boss, but the phone calls they share have also become friendly and she has begun to treasure them. When Charlotte must travel to Greece to help assist her boss Nico, her guilt over having to place her mother in temporary care is lessened by her excitement that she will meet Zander for the first time.
Zander has waited a lifetime to get revenge on the twin brother he has never known, whom led a far better life after invecent were separated, and he plans to use Charlotte as part of this. When they meet on the beach one night Charlotte is shocked to see that Zander is the mirror image of Nico, yet his personality so harsh and different.
An Indecent Proposition
She is drawn to him as much in person as she was on the phone, and wants to help him with his proclaimed excitement about meeting his twin for the first time. Zander feels something for Charlotte, and not just intense desire, but even though he hates lying to her, he needs to go along with his vengeance plan. I have tried not to give too much away in this review, there are so many secrets and revelations in this book that I don’t want to ruin the explosiveness of it!
This is a brilliant book, I couldn’t read it fast enough. The passion and depth of feeling between the hero and heroine is simply phenomenal. Individually these characters carry so much pain, and it is heart wrenching to read. Just like the first book in this duet A Shameful Consequence the narrative is very distinct, almost hypnotic, and creates a very moving atmosphere.
This is a book that is powerful and brimming with passion and secrets. Originally posted at http: May 13, Leona rated it really liked it Shelves: This is the follow on to “A Shameful Consequence”.
In this book we learn about Zander, the twin that was left behind to be raised by an abusive father. The second book was just as mesmerizing as the first, but it was also better written. It didn’t feel clumsy or awkward like the first. The twists and turns of the plot, along with the tension filled romance were wonderful. I really enjoyed the dynamics between the hero and heroine and especially between the brothers. The heroine was incredibly st This is the follow on to “A Shameful Consequence”.
The heroine was incredibly strong, yet loving enough to be compassionate and forgiving. The author gave us glimpses into her character and thought processes as she came to grips with Zander’s betrayal and her mother’s illness. I highly recommend this series, but would suggest reading “A Shameful Consequence” first. Mar 27, Diane rated it liked it Shelves: Marginally better than the first book of The Secrets of Xanos.
Still not a very good read. Zander Kargas is out for revenge against his identical twin brother, Nico Eliades. He believes the worldly PA he talks to on the phone can help him exact that revenge, but Charlotte Edwards is simply playing a role and projecting a sophisticated image while caring for her ill mother.