Read ✓ The Secret Virgin By Carole Mortimer – Shiningweb.info

The Secret Virgin Jonathan McGuire Was Infuriating Though Tory Was Determined Not To Let Him Have It All His Own Way, He Refused To Drop His Guard Or His First Impression Of Her As A Ruthless Woman Of The WorldThen Jonathan S Sudden Interest In Her Caught Her By Surprise But She Couldn T Let Herself Respond To The Sensual Man She Sensed Lay Beneath Jonathan S Arrogant Exterior Because, Despite Jonathan S Less Than Favorable Opinion Of Her, Tory Was Actually Still A Virgin, And Not Equipped To Play His Sophisticated Game


About the Author: Carole Mortimer

I have written almost 250 romance novels in contemporary and Regency I am a USA Today Bestselling Author and recipient of the 2015 RWA Lifetime Achievement Award In 2014 I received a Pioneer of Romance Award from Romantic Times in the US and in 2012 I was recognised by Queen Elizabeth II for my outstanding service to literature I am very happily married to Peter with six sons, and live on the



10 thoughts on “The Secret Virgin

  1. says:

    RE The Secret Virgin Carole Mortimer gives us a unicorn grooming rock star h taking a break at the Isle of Mann family farm, where she meets the very confused about his self identity H.The H isn t gay, just moody and unsure of his place in his family as his dad isn t really his dad They fall in love, or at least she does and he is interested when he isn t being moody about not being famous like the r


  2. says:

    The guy is a rude, entitled pig who treats you like dirt but you are still running after him Thank u, next.


  3. says:

    Location The Isle of ManThe H was a total ass I don t understand how the h fell for him Ok, he appeared to be a great kisser, but when his mouth wasn t kissing, it was insulting Tory The H had daddy issues once he learned the truth about his parentage He had a hard time dealing with the changes and decided to get away from it all What he didn t count on was finding a woman that would push his buttons Tor


  4. says:

    I admit I picked up this book because I was tantalized by the title and had hoped that the aforementioned virgin was the hero because I ve grown weary of heroes who have screwed half of the Eastern seaboard and most of the French Riviera and doesn t hesitate to screw the heroine without protection That s just bad manners Why is it the heroine who s always the virgin I can write a whole book on that alone T


  5. says:

    Weird characters, weird story, weird ending Don t like it.


  6. says:

    Virginity is meant to be a secret damn it Girls do not run around wearing boards around their neck that they are virgins Anyway, that s a rather inconsequential fact in the story.The hero is a sulking brat with daddy, step daddy issues Nothing sinister, just an identity crisis He also has too many popular movie stars in the family and he happens to be the only non star Comes to the heroine s town to do some so


  7. says:

    Didn t really do it for me at all this story Jonathan was such a moody sod I don t know why she put up with it So he had issues about his father.too much and yet not enough was made of it Was there a story for Gideon and Madison that would add to this story It really needed it Not enough oomph Very disappointing.


  8. says:

    An author I have always loved.A decent read But to describe the hero in his own words, self absorbed, arrogant, judgemental, temperamental are but a few of the adjectives to describe him.


  9. says:

    BLAND..that s the word that came into my mind after finishing this one The story had some some substance but it wasn t good enough Typical Mortimer book.AND I don t understand the reason for the title at all..all in all it left me feeling irritated


  10. says:

    A lukewarm to cold, outdated, with too much decorum rules story.Dull, boring and too british for my taste.It could have been a victorian romance.It reminds me so much of the 19th century mentality.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *