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  • ISBN: 0263207323
  • ISBN13: 978-0263207323
  • ePub: 1426 kb | FB2: 1599 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: Harlequin, Mills & Boon
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 583
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The Ruthless Billionaire's Virgin (Mills  Boon Romance) (Romance HB) ePub download

On the whole The Ruthless Billionaire’s Virgin is an easy, quick and fast flowing read. For a similar plot but far better romance, please read instead Beauty and the Beast or The Hunchback of Notre Dame; both were more realistic and more enjoyable than this author's version.

On the whole The Ruthless Billionaire’s Virgin is an easy, quick and fast flowing read.

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Mr_NiCkNaMe
I didn't consider this novel the worst I had read. The guy had deep scars inside and out of him. Also the origins of them were really sad. He rescued his protege from scorn. Just as Belle did with Beast Savannah lightened Etan's Castle and most of all his life. Etan was a type of ogre and Savannah was nagging, but they both cared for each other. The story was different no blackmailing, hidden pregnancys or jealosy. It remained me of To Beguile a Beast and What Love Endures
Bumand
The premise of a last minute replacement for a sick singer ending up a star is a favorite type of story. I like it when an unknown talent wows people when they least expect it and the new vocalist ends up realizing her dreams. It kind of reminds me of Susan Boyle from Britain’s Got Talent. In this novel, Savannah is the soon-to-be star and Ethan Alexander, the hero, is a scarier prospect than Simon Cowell.

When the story opens, a reader is introduced to Savannah and learns about her insecurities, her current dilemma and her dreams. Then Ethan is on stage and I learned why he’s feared but I only get hints about why he is the way he is. That gets revealed much, much later. It was like pulling a very stubborn tooth to get the hero to open up but Savannah is persistent, even to the point of incurring the hero’s wrath. A wrath that is quite formidable. His reticence to talk about his scars and the anger and/or coldness he responds with to deflect any inquiries is typical of an over-the-top Harlequin alpha.

Both hero and heroine took turns throughout the story being entertaining, sexy, annoying, grumpy and sometimes very romantic and insightful. The locations were exotic and intriguing and made the read enjoyable. The race from the media/paparazzi was a bit unrealistic but fun. Ethan fought the good fight against admitting he had fallen in love with Savannah, of course, and it dragged out until almost the very end. There’s a reason he’s called, The Bear, stubborn to the last. The happy ever after wrap up was satisfying and complete made all the sweeter with a wonderful epilogue.

On the whole The Ruthless Billionaire’s Virgin is an easy, quick and fast flowing read. It has solid entertainment value and I had fun.
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Perius
From what I understand, it is extremely difficult to become a published author, but after reading this crap I can't believe that that's true. Because some publisher somewhere read this rubbish and decided that it was worth the money, time, and the lives of many trees in order to bring it to market.

I don't know who to blame more, the author for writing this nonsense or Harlequin for publishing it.

As with all the Susan Stephens books I've read, this book actually started out well (hence the one star...I was deluded into thinking it would be a good read). The heroine (Savannah) is a singer who the hero (Ethan) engages to sing the national anthem, but while she is singing, her too tight, borrowed dress pops open and exposes her breasts to the public and Ethan rescues her from the ensuing fallout (no pun intended). Up to this point it was good & engaging. Everything written after that point was pure crap.

So many pages were spent on the getaway from the paparazzi that after awhile I was actually hoping for a Princess Di ending, just to get it over with.

They finally get to his palace and lo and behold, the entire place is in gloomy darkness, because Ethan is hiding from his facial scars. I say that if he is that deeply affected by his physical scars that his staff isn't allowed to turn on the lights, then what the hell was he doing out in the broad daylight at a stadium in front of thousands of people? He can't face his servants in his own home but he can face thousands of strangers with his deformity. They couldn't be bothering him that much.

So the big cathartic moment is that Savannah turns on the lights when she gets to his home and all the servants rejoice that there is light, and Ethan only then realizes how dark his home was before Savannah pointed it out to him. It was every pun, double entendre, and cliched psychobabble rolled together and jammed into a few crappily written chapters.

Then biff, bang, boom Savannah realizes that she is in love with Ethan for seemingly no other reason than he is a tortured soul and she wants to heal him.

If this book hadn't been included in a bulk lot from eBay, I would never have read another Susan Stephens book. I have read four books by her so far and they all SUCK! Each one is worse than the last. I don't know if she is related to a bigwig at Harlequin or what, but enough is enough. If she had been the first Harlequin author I'd read, I would never have picked up another Harlequin book...ever.

Bottom line: the love scenes were nonexistent and the storyline was crap-on-a-page. For a similar plot but far better romance, please read instead Beauty and the Beast or The Hunchback of Notre Dame; both were more realistic and more enjoyable than this author's version.
Realistic
This book is the sort that gives Harlequin novels a bad name. It plays weakly with the Beauty and the Beast fairytale (a beautiful young woman trying to melt a scarred hero's hardened heart), but the plot and "character development" are tissue thin and the writing is clichéd.

When Savannah has a wardrobe malfunction at a public event, Ethan "rescues" her by racing her away from the paparazzi. The 25-page chase had me yawning. Ethan takes her to his gloomy palace, where a 10-page conflict ensues when Savannah turns on the lights. I'm not kidding. This is followed by lots of psychobabble as Savannah tries to heal Ethan, Dr. Phil style. And within about 6 hours of meeting him, Savannah knows she's been in love with him for some time. The author makes no attempt to have her feelings develop in a realistic way.

Boring and not at all sexy.
SARAND
It got this book in a bulk lot on eBay. I read the other review here for it, but thought, "I'll read it myself and see what I think." The other review is totally right. RUBBISH.

It's not as if the writing is all bad. I can tell that the author is skilled, and I'll bet she's written some entertaining books. THIS WAS NOT ONE OF THEM. Rubbish! The heroine just does dumb things to move the plot along, she suddenly discovers she's 'in love' with him even though we see no reason why she should feel that way. There are weird jumps and gaps in the plot. It was a torture to finish. I usually can zip through a Harlequin Presents in a a couple of hours, but I dragged this book out for several DAYS because it was TORTURE!!! I was tempted to give up on it but thought to myself, "How long can it take to finish?" A long time, apparently, if it's RUBBISH!
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