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,, ,, #Read Pdf â Jacintha Point ⚼ Laurel was in a state of shockHer father, taken on a mere suspicion that wasn t true, was languishing in a Mexican prison Diego Ramirez was insisting she marry him so that he might use his influence to have her father released As his son in law I can help him It was a situation requiring drastic action and Laurel should have been grateful for Diego s helpBut Laurel couldn t help wondering what did he expect in return Her determination to stay cool and ungiving was swept away in the practised assault he made on her senses His needs suddenly and urgently became her needs, his desire to possess her desire to yield Amorcita, he murmured feverishly when her hands ran with a possession of their own across the smooth gold of his shoulders and down the length of his spine, coming back by the same route to mesh her fingers in the thickness of his black hair Te adoro Her voice murmured too in her own language, Her determination to stay cool and ungiving was swept away in the practised assault he made on her senses His needs suddenly and urgently became her needs, his desire to possess her desire to yield Amorcita, he murmured feverishly when her hands ran with a possession of their own across the smooth gold of his shoulders and down the length of his spine, coming back by the same route to mesh her fingers in the thickness of his black hair Te adoro Her voice murmured too in her own language, words she had no recollection of until Diego s lithe warmth stiffened above her and she heard the lingering echo of her own Oh Brent darling Then Diego s fingers entwined themselves in her hair, pulling it back painfully from her scalp What did you say he demanded hoarsely, sending a shiver across her heated skin A shiver that seemed to clear her brain suddenly and make mockery of the golden body pressing hers into the mattress Here was the perfect solution, the one she had racked her brains to find Did I say something she asked in a breathy whisper You said the name of Brent, he accused, black eyes staring hard into the darkened green of hers Oh A small frown creased the smooth area between her brows Well, that s not surprising in this kind of situation, is it After all, Brent and I were She allowed her voice to trail off delicately, and felt the tremor of anger that rippled through the taut body pinning hers He was your lover Diego questioned with awful quietness Laurel s green eyes met his with purposeful blankness What do you think A throaty laugh bubbled from her lips, the sound tightening his smooth jaw to steel An engaged couple in America has muchfreedom than in your country, se or Did you really think Brent and I would consider marriage without finding out if we were suited in every way Diego shifted so that his weight was blessedly lifted from her rapidly numbing limbs, but the wild glint in his eyes pinned her just as effectively to the mattress I cannot take as my wife a woman who has been used by another man, he bit off tersely, his clasp tightening painfully on her hair You knew this about me, yet you married me Why Laurel managed a shrug, although her scalp pained sharply where he tugged at her hair You gave me little choice, se or.My father Diego uttered a string of oaths in Spanish and sprang from the bed, mercifully releasing his hold on her hair, and after he had shrugged into the robe he had cast aside, he turned to look coldly down at her You expect me to help your father after this he threw down caustically Think again, Laurel Your father can stay in prison and rot, as you called it, as far as I am concerned The 1 st book I read in 2013 Had some struggles in beginning, but all together I liked the story Still a bit curious on what happened exactly with Laurel s dad. Meh A besotted macho Hero, but the heroine is too bitchy for words I wonder how the Hero even fell in love with her She couldn t even be grateful that he was helping her get her father out of a Mexican jail.Also the chauvinism portrayed in the book is quite over the top, even for its time. A very funny part in this book is when the heroine is knocked out by a falling coconut right after she loses her virginity I laughed out loud.