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Nt her at the ChâteauWell she was co owner of the Château Fleuron whether Igor liked it or not and she wasn't going to let him drive her aw Igor and Casey are joint heirs of a French chateau H had been living there with the owner h s uncle for many years but how did he get to France what was he doing at the chateau That these uestions are never answered is probably the most interesting thing about Igor he s a character with zero backstory He must have some money because he wants to buy out Casey s interest in the chateau to refurbish it as a hotel and he seems perfectly comfortable amongst the elites of the region but he effects the garb of what I presume is supposed to be a russian peasant spending most of his time working in the vegetable garden without shirt or shoes Actually wandering around barefoot is his most distinctive fashion choice Igor s second most noticeable trait which he seems to take great pride in is his bluntness He asks rude uestions with an accent but without preamble or reciprocity Now I like a man who loves his vegetables so I m totally here for the gardening but I m less thrilled wit The Numbers Game refurbish it as a hotel and he seems perfectly comfortable amongst the elites of the Tall man riding. region but he effects the garb of what I presume is supposed to be a The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory russian peasant spending most of his time working in the vegetable garden without shirt or shoes Actually wandering around barefoot is his most distinctive fashion choice Igor s second most noticeable trait which he seems to take great pride in is his bluntness He asks The Big Golden Book of Poetry rude uestions with an accent but without preamble or NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW reciprocity Now I like a man who loves his vegetables so I m totally here for the gardening but I m less thrilled wit

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Wild Goose

I'm going to hit you in a minuteCasey thought Good and hard The idea shocked her because violence was not in her natureBut never before had s I actually read a Mary Wibberley that I didn t care for too much Though in fairness to the author I read it as an ebook from open library and there were chunks missing from the book That seems to happen a lot You would think if they were going to all the trouble of scanning the books they would do it correctly Imagimorphia read a Mary Wibberley that I didn t care for too much Though in fairness to the author I The Book of Beginnings read it as an ebook from open library and there were chunks missing from the book That seems to happen a lot You would think if they were going to all the trouble of scanning the books they would do it correctly

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He met a man like Igor Borodinov a man for whom she felt instant dislike And it was mutual; he didn't like her either He definitely didn't wa How can I give this story 3 stars whenIt makes no senseThere are many many uestions that are never answered Examples What happened to the OM How did the H get from Russia to France How did he meet the heroine s uncle What did they do for money Etc The ending is abrupt with no wedding no hotel opening no follow up on the battered woman and her familyI ll tell you how can I give it 3 starsAll the action was strictly in the present The Hh had little to no backstory No long angsty passages about mommydaddy psychobabble Or poverty during long Russian winters etc The sexual tension was off the charts without any sex scenes or references to the hero s erection The characterization was conveyed through dialogue and action I had a clear sense of the Hh without long descriptions of how they looked The title It s memorable It matches the strangeness of the story That blurb Story lives up to it Vintage has details in her review


7 thoughts on “Wild Goose

  1. says:

    This had me snickering from the gitgoOne beleaguered xenophobic British fiancee view spoileruntil he meets the right socially connecte

  2. says:

    I actually read a Mary Wibberley that I didn't care for too much Though in fairness to the author I read it as an ebook from open library and there were chunks missing from the book That seems to happen a lot You would think if they were going to all the trouble of scanning the books they would do it correctly

  3. says:

    How can I give this story 3 stars whenIt makes no senseThere are many many uestions that are never answered Examples What happened to the OM How did the H get from Russia to France How did he meet the heroine’s uncle What did they do for mon

  4. says:

    4 Stars A wealthy and pampered young woman finds herself uestioning her entire life when she inherits half of a chateau in Southern France When Casey and her fiance Jack arrive at the Chateau they are both surprised that the elderly Russian co owner is nothing of the sort He's young tall and broad and has an air of authority Igor has made his home here for the past sixteen years and he resents this young woman who cou

  5. says:

    I'm going to hit you in a minuteCasey thought Good and hard The idea shocked her because violence was not in her natureBut never before had she met a man like Igor Borodinov a man for whom she felt instant dislike And it was mutual; he didn't like her either He definitely didn't want her at the ChâteauWell she was co owner of the C

  6. says:

    Igor and Casey are joint heirs of a French chateau H had been living there with the owner h's uncle for many year

  7. says:

    Wanna find all the possible MB cliches in one place Look no further This story has them all Since there are too many let me just list them down Hero and heroine co inherit a Chateau in the south of France These

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