Wild Jasmine O'Malley Saga #6 free read Ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub



10 thoughts on “Wild Jasmine O'Malley Saga #6

  1. says:

    I have read just about all of the beloved Bertrice Small books They are all 5 starsJasmine is Velvet's daughter and Velvet is the beautiful heroine Skye O'Malley's daughter Jasmine is a beautiful Indian Princess her beauti

  2. says:

    The ambassador of purple prose He could feel her tensing within and then her uivering little flutters of satisf

  3. says:

    This was the third Bertrice Small book I read The previous two were The Spitfire and LoveRemember Me which enchanted me This one Wild Jasmine not so much Aside from the purple prose how many times did I have to read about yet another lover fondling Jasmine' s cone shaped orbs??? the plot just meandered on and I found myself bored at times The two previous books I read were heavy on history light on romance This one was just the opposite I t

  4. says:

    Bertrice Small is God Her books breach the limits of ecstatic and provocative Her characters are legend

  5. says:

    Wild Jasmine begins where This Heart of Mine left off from the separation of Jasmine's parents Jasmine's mother Velvet managed to r

  6. says:

    This is the first bodice ripper I have read in a long while and I must say I enjoyed it

  7. says:

    Even for Bertrice Small the plot is unusually silly Worse boring

  8. says:

    oh my God finally I read this book because my boyfriend got it for me for our anniversary that was in July and never takes me than 2

  9. says:

    I enjoyed the first part of the book when Jasmine was in India but once she arrived in England the book moved slowly and the story became dull The retelling of Jasmine’s story once she arrived in England was told way too many times to all the relatives But points at the end though as Jasmine did pull a fast one over the poor Earl

  10. says:

    3 starsThis seemed like a never ending which series she ties in alot of other characters from previous books in O'Malley Saga this

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free read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ò Bertrice Small

Ys of bliss and nights of steamy passion are shattered when Jamal is murdered and Yasaman flees to England and the court of James I Calling herself Jasmine she is reunited Wild Jasmine PDFEPUB or with her beautiful mother Velvet and her grandmother the legendary Skye O'Malley de MariscoBefore long Jasmine is caught up in the tangled intrigues of the court of the Stuart king James I where she is. This is the first bodice ripper I have read in a long while and I must say I enjoyed it

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Wild Jasmine O'Malley Saga #6

Admired by the most powerful men in England Rowan Lindley Maruess of Westleigh her good natured second husband the Earl of Glenkirk who tempts her with forbidden passion and hot blooded Henry Stuart prince of England It is here that she truly becomes Wild Jasmine a woman who lives and loves with fierce abandon and who Jasmine O'Malley Saga PDF #9734 surrenders to the deepest pleasures of love.. I enjoyed the first part of the book when Jasmine was in India but once she arrived in England the book moved slowly and the story became dull The retelling of Jasmine s story once she arrived in England was told way too many times to all the relatives But points at the end though as Jasmine did pull a fast one over the poor Earl

free read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ò Bertrice Small

O'Malley Saga PDF #186 From the palaces of pashas in seventeenth century India to the scandalous court of James Stuart of England one woman struggles against fate to find true love Princess Yasaman has been blessed with rapturous beauty fierce intelligence and an innocent sensuality that captivates two formidable men her scheming half brother Salim and her loving husband Prince Jamal But her da. This was the third Bertrice Small book I read The previous two were The Spitfire and LoveRemember Me which enchanted me This one Wild Jasmine not so much Aside from the purple prose how many times did I have to read about yet another lover fondling Jasmine s cone shaped orbs the plot just meandered on and I found myself bored at times The two previous books I read were heavy on history light on romance This one was just the opposite I think I have to agree with another reviewer who stated that the author missed her true calling as a straightforward historical fiction writer She truly writes compellingly about real life historical figures and takes the reader on highly enjoyable romps through several European Courts of different eras Wild Jasmine was a silly bodice ripper and while I can enjoy those silly books if I am in the mood I had come to expect a lot from the author therefore I was disappointed in this one I am still a fan of the author and will definitely give her other books a chance hoping for the highly entertaining if not exactly accurate historical fiction I loved so much in The Spitfire and Love Remember Me