Back of the Book:
As this steamy romance opens, star-crossed lovers Steve Morgan and Ginny Brandon Morgan are reunited in London after years of forced separation. This tumultuous reunion is marred by the need for Steve to go to Mexico and fight battles with the Texans; headstrong Ginny comes along, only to be kidnapped, so Steve has to rescue her.
From Library Journal:
Concluding the sensual adventure begun with Sweet Savage Love, the romance that together with Kathleen Woodiwiss’s The Flame and the Flower launched the historical romance revolution of the 1970s, Rogers reunites Ginny and Steve once again and lets the fun begin. But times have changed, and so have Ginny and Steve; while there is plenty of romance and adventure, and the attraction between the pair still crackles, this story does not have the cutting-edge appeal of its predecessors. Nevertheless, it is an important book, and fans of the series will be thrilled to have their favorite characters together one final time.
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Format Read: real book
The very worst thing about this book is that the saga of Ginny and Steve is over…
The very best thing about this book is that the saga of Ginny and Steve is over… I love these characters in spite of all their flaws both in who they are (considering that they’re fictional) and how they were written (usually with a lack of development) and I’m glad that they are finally happy. I’m a sap at heart! :-p
This book will be placed under the The TwentyEleven Challenge.