Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Gabriel D'Angelo: renowned and ruthless Artist Bryn Jones has never forgiven Gabriel for sending her father to prison, tearing her family apart and breaking her heart in the process. But she has forged herself a new identity, away from the scandal and disgrace International tycoon Gabriel D'Angelo is haunted by the unforgiving eyes that once stared at him across a crowded courtroom. Now the enticing Bryn is back, and this time she'll play by his rules to get what she wants - and Gabriel's determined that this bargain will be mutually pleasurable!
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Return to Book Page. International tycoon Gabriel D'Angelo is haunted by the unforgiving eyes that once stared at him across a crowded courtroom. Get A Copy. More Details Original Title. The Devilish D'Angelos 1. Gabriel D'Angelo , Bryn Jones. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A Bargain with the Enemy , please sign up.
Be the first to ask a question about A Bargain with the Enemy. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 05, Alex is The Romance Fox rated it liked it Shelves: authors-i-o , harlequin-mills-boon , romance , series.
The characters were not that complex and neither were their issues with each other. And, even though I loved the hero…. He was such a lovely guy!!!! Alpha, yes…but not an ass. He treated the heroine well and she…. I have to mention that the fact that Gabriel had been in love all those years with Bryn….
More than a bit!! More than a bit!!!! One of the things that irritated me was every time Gabriel and Bryn found themselves in the midst of a hot scene…. Moving on…. Was it a great book? Was it a bad book?
Not that bad. It was more like an OK read for me. View all 3 comments. Jan 13, StMargarets rated it it was ok Shelves: angst-by-misunderstanding-lies , author-carole-mortimer , boring , enemies-to-lovers , harlequin-presents , second-chance , 2-star.
Misunderstandings drive this slow-motion plot to a sleepytown HEA. Yes, it's that boring. Heroine's "disguise" isn't revealed until chapter six. We know he regrets putting her father in prison and that he thinks she is talented. So what's the point of watching the heroine's histrionics? And hysterical she is - s Misunderstandings drive this slow-motion plot to a sleepytown HEA. And hysterical she is - she throws up, faints, gets drunk, blushes,cries during the course of this story. The rest of the story is the padded with descriptions of the heroine's creamy skin, her braless breasts, the hero's cheekbones - so boring!
The sex scenes were all interrupted because heroine is a virgin and hero wants sex to be special, but the heroine thinks she's being rejected or she remembers at the last minute her beautifully cheekboned hero is "the enemy. How do I know? CM told me over and over again. View all 6 comments. Dec 04, Jenny rated it liked it.
Our heroine Bryn was in love with Gabriel until he sent her thief bastard father to prison. Now five years later she has the chance to present her art at hero's London gallery. She thinks Gabriel won't recognize her but he does and he is determined to win back her love and forgiveness.
OMG what a hero! He never treated Bryn badly, in fact he treated her like a queen. He loved her adored her and no matter how hard she pushed him away he was there for her. What a gentleman! My only complain is tha Our heroine Bryn was in love with Gabriel until he sent her thief bastard father to prison.
My only complain is that in typical CM style hero and heroine never consummated their love and that left a bitter taste in my mouth! I really wanted to read about their first time together! Jan 02, S. One of the best Modern books ever. The hero who, let's admit - had been standoffish, arrogant and not-too-nice to the heroine in most Harlequin Presents and Modern books made this book worth it.
He cared and showed it from the first page. He took all the stubbornness she had to give and kept at her, knowing she was what he wanted. He'd made up his mind from page 1, and never treated her with disrespect even once. Half the book was in his POV which I liked very much. Almost as much as him doing One of the best Modern books ever. Almost as much as him doing all the chasing. I admit though, that the heroine was a little on the TSTL side.
I had no idea why she was being so stubborn, but I guess the author need to create a story. I overlooked that though, because the hero was unconventional for an HP, and his character made my day - and my reading experience.
The scenes in this book were great too, and added to my five star rating, and my choice to overlook the heroine's flaws. Thanks Carole Mortimer, for a great story.
Alright, so as well as the rather repetitive writing style and very formulaic storyline, this book seems to carry the following messages for readers: For men: If i woman's body responds to your sexual advances she wants you, if she continually tells you 'no' and 'stop' then really she's just lying and it's your job to wear down her defences by putting her under so much mental stress that she can't eat or sleep, is terrified of seeing you and is physically ill and even faints twice!
Also refuse Alright, so as well as the rather repetitive writing style and very formulaic storyline, this book seems to carry the following messages for readers: For men: If i woman's body responds to your sexual advances she wants you, if she continually tells you 'no' and 'stop' then really she's just lying and it's your job to wear down her defences by putting her under so much mental stress that she can't eat or sleep, is terrified of seeing you and is physically ill and even faints twice!
Also refuse to stop touching her, even if it's just in small ways, visit her at work, where she will be fired if she is rude to you, the paying customer, and take every opportunity to tell her that you will own her one day. And if all else fails, get her mother on your side, because after all, young women belong to their parents, don't they?
For the women: If a man stalks you, almost has you fired from your job, won't take 'no' for an answer, mentally tortures you, starts telling you how to live your life and that he owns you, touches you without your permission, then he must really, really like you and is definitely a keeper.
Also, who the fuck wears a see-through top and no bra to what is essentially a job interview? Feb 16, Akina rated it liked it. The book started out with a great premise but just couldn't seem to deliver.
The writing seem choppy at times. It was hard to believe that the hero had been pining for the heroine for five long years. And I didn't buy any of the heroines actions either. She acted like a windup toy who string had been pulled. She claims she doesn't want him yet she makes no real attempt to pull away.
She's brash enough to say no and keep him at arms length so why does she let him touch her every time she's at the The book started out with a great premise but just couldn't seem to deliver. She's brash enough to say no and keep him at arms length so why does she let him touch her every time she's at the auction house.
A Bargain with the Enemy
A Bargain With The Enemy
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