Burning Obsession

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Burning Obsession

Burning Obsession Seeing Jordan again after five long years was almost of a shock than the traffic accident that had left Kelly s father in a coma Why had Jordan come Instantly Kelly relived the pain of loving him los

  • Title: Burning Obsession
  • Author: Carole Mortimer
  • ISBN: 9780373105182
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seeing Jordan again after five long years was almost of a shock than the traffic accident that had left Kelly s father in a coma Why had Jordan come Instantly Kelly relived the pain of loving him, losing him and miscarrying his child But that was over now she had her father to think of That was the most cruel irony of all, because for her father s sake, Kelly wSeeing Jordan again after five long years was almost of a shock than the traffic accident that had left Kelly s father in a coma Why had Jordan come Instantly Kelly relived the pain of loving him, losing him and miscarrying his child But that was over now she had her father to think of That was the most cruel irony of all, because for her father s sake, Kelly was forced to live with her husband again, pretending a love that didn t exist except on her side.

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    1. Aayesha Khatri on said:

      This was, hands down, one of THE worst Harlequins I've ever read. Heroines can NOT get any bitchier than this one. I spent all my time wishing that a car'd run her over and she hit her head against the sidewalk and dies/goes into a coma and that the hero finds someone worth his while.When I started it, the first thing I saw was the ages. Him in his thirties and her in her early twenties!!! I was ecstatic because you find so few books that have an age difference that large and ON TOP OF THAT THEY [...]

    2. Jenny on said:

      Another winner by CM. Kelly and Jordan are married and very much in love despite their age difference. Soon after their honeymoon Kelly finds out she is pregnant and is excited to tell her husband. When she gets to his office she is listening to a convo and believes Jordan is cheating on her with his secretary. She miscarries the baby, abandons him and moves in with her father. The book open 5 years later when heroine's father is in a coma after an accident. When he wakes up he has lost part of [...]

    3. StMargarets on said:

      The hero is the one with the burning obsession for the 18 year-old he married. She has a miscarriage after running away from his office after hearing him discussing going away with his secretary. The story opens five years later when her father is in an accident and he loses his memory. Doctor tell the H/h to pretend to be together so not to upset her father.(view spoiler)[ They all move back to the house that hero has kept the same as a shrine. Heroine has learned nothing in five years and is s [...]

    4. Jasbell76 on said:

      It deserved less than 2 stars IMO but, I am going to give it this 2 stars because at the end they had twin babies ^_^The heroine annoyed me many times :/I felt that the angst of some scenes wasn't real I don't know how to explain it. It was like I knew what was to going to happen next XD sth like thatThe heroine left the hero for second time almost at the end of the book, because she was pregnant and had a problem with her muscles, so after the hero confessed her that he knew her problem in the [...]

    5. Roub on said:

      i love a smitten hero when i see one & i got one here, who was not only madly in love wid heroine but very much obsessed wid her ! Kelly was blind & pretty immature. the way she reacted after having lost her baby and abandoning her husband for 5 years was unacceptable. she also said some awful things to Jordan. she was mean in her desire to hurt him bcoz she thought he had cheated on her wid his ex-secretary. u dunt run out on your husband without asking for an explanation !

    6. CBDS on said:

      Well this is one of the really well written Harlequin romances and Carole Mortimer is one of my favourites.I loved the characters. The story was not fast paced and the heroine and hero really loved each other throughout the book despite all the misunderstandings. The author handled the issue of miscarriage beautifully and I loved the jealous/possessive hero (I do have an incurable weakening for dominant men) HahaThis books was like a breath of fresh air as it didn't evolve around just the lust b [...]

    7. Mary on said:

      No, just. no! I'm not even going to put this in the actual categories because I don't want to look up a book about "babies" and find this!The so-called hero is a self-defined psycho! He is totally obsessed with the so-called heroine and though he is years older than she (18), he is determined to have her. Even her father knows there's something wrong with the guy and advises them to wait. Jordan never tells her he loves her, turns his back on her (literally and figuratively) when she becomes pre [...]

    8. Su on said:

      Full of foolish BS. Stupid miscommunications, misunderstandings and unreasonable actions Two people who really love each other as desperately as H and h supposed to do so wouldn't bare to be away from each other based on assumptions only. At the end her leaving him for seven months to give birth by herself in order to protect him from worry and hurt (!) was especially incredulous. What the hell!CM`s writing has many other logic problems e.g. the way h`s bad woman friend all of a sudden confess t [...]

    9. Mel on said:

      Well this was a wild ride. It was enjoyable, but the hero was an abusive arsehole and I hated, HATED the ending (until page 176 it was going to be a 4 Star book).Age gap: 16 yearsHeroine’s age: 23 (met at 18)Hero’s age: 39 (met at 34)

    10. Timeforme on said:

      Kelly is just about the most annoying heroine I've come across and Jordan the most useless hero. They are so pathetic separately and completely painful together.

    11. Sharifah Najihah al-baaboud on said:

      God forbids, I'll ever read from Carole Mortimer in the future.Do you know the feeling when you're just like, why have I stopped reading the books from this author? ThenPoof!Biggest mistake ever! You just step into hell!!! The book was shitty, I'm serious about this.The heroine is stupid, so stupid that she accuses people without any prooves. Plus, she trusts the wrong people, like just, no. The hero, abusive, psycho, sadistic, um, like the dude from Fifty Shades of Grey. He slapped her, raped h [...]

    12. RebeccaL on said:

      I am a little surprised that I quite like this book. The hero is really possessive and definitely obsessed with the heroine. He is obsessed to the extent that he was afraid to declare love openly, unable to love the unborn baby because it has potential to cause the heroine's death. I can also understand both H and h point of view how they misunderstood each other's actions. Although I sometimes is surprised when both characters are so blissfully in love in the beginning, why is it they always ha [...]

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