Bittersweet Bondage



Tied To PassionIt Was In Morocco, The Land Of Sultry Winds And Tropical Scents, Where Ravishing Rosette Forrest Would Forget The Man Who Had Broken Her Heart And Forget She Did, When She Found Herself In The Tantalizing Embrace Of Mysterious, Magnetic Mark Rawen His Deep Green Eyes Promised Nights Of Rapture As Endless As The Sahara Sands Only He Was A Man Who Had Many Women, Casting Them Aside Once His Appetite Had Been Sated Rosette Couldn T Stop Herself From Seeking Out The Pleasures He Aroused But She Would Never Again Surrender Her LoveChained To DesireThe Handsome Rogue Had Lost Interest In All The Women Who Offered Themselves And Sought His Attention He Was Looking For A Challenge, A Special Intriguing Beauty He Found His Match In Rosette Her Long Auburn Hair And Dusky Rose Lips Delighted His Senses And Set His Blood On Fire Her Dark Golden Eyes Revealed Her Innocence Yet Could Not Hide Her Passion He Was Determined To Treat Her Like All His Other Possessions Until The Moment He Claimed Her Silken Flesh Then He Knew He D Always Keep Her In Bittersweet BondageBittersweet Bondage

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  • Paperback
  • 494 pages
  • Bittersweet Bondage
  • Sonya T. Pelton
  • English
  • 07 August 2019
  • 082171368X

10 thoughts on “Bittersweet Bondage

  1. says:

    There are some books that are so hopeless, so lame, that they defy reviewing Well, this is one of them.In a nutshell, Rosette is drugged and dragged to the hero s home by a servant who doesn t want the hero to know that his sister actually died years ago So through some fancy Ay rab teas and hypnosis, Rosette is made to think that she IS the hero s sister Which makes all those horny feelings she has when she looks at him cause her endless pages of repetitive torment Likewise, he s fighting o There are some books that are so hopeless, so lame, that they defy reviewing Well, this is one of them.In a nutshell, Rosette is drugged and dragged to the hero s home by a servant who doesn t want the hero to know that his sister actually died years ago So through some fancy Ay rab teas and hypnosis, Rosette is made to think that she IS the hero s sister Which makes all those horny feelings she has when she looks at him cause her endless pages of repetitive torment Likewise, he s fighting off boners because he looks at his luscious sis and wants to do her right then and there There s something like 150 pages of this where nothing else happens, and Pelton did the impossible she made the incest device completely and utterly boring Uh oh, looks like I m reviewing this anyway The plot hinges on the characters real and fake names, hidden identities, tangled relations, wrongful inheritors, etc There s a name a second ratio and it got so confusing I gave up and didn t care The hero also ain t a Sheik Well, he is officially, but he s whiter than white and he rides around on a horse and wears a burnous burnoose whatever, but he didn t seem all that Sheiky.The sex was dull The characters were dull The plot was hopeless.And the writingoy A re read by the author or an editor earning their paycheck would not have been amiss, because then crap like this would have been tidied up She began to wonder in this intrigue if Shareef was in on it too.OK, so it doesn t seem like much, but there were a lot of places where I was clawing for a red pen.But Pelton did sum up my feelings succinctly when she has Rosette say after getting dumped on by a huge swath of Plot Reveal by some character who has three identities I believe I amconfused than ever, Paul Read at your peril Or at least have a pot of coffee and NoDoz handy

  2. says:

    This review is of Bittersweet Bondage by Sonya T Pelton.The book begins in Morocco, 1874 It is here that sheik Hasan al Shareef lives There is one unique thing about the hero of the book he is in fact not Arabic He is in reality Mark Brandon Rawen, an Englishman who, along with his sister Rozelle Modestia, were adopted by a Moorish chieftain after their parents were killed Rozelle disappeared earlier, and Hasan is determined to find her Enter Roselle Forest, the heroine of the book Ros This review is of Bittersweet Bondage by Sonya T Pelton.The book begins in Morocco, 1874 It is here that sheik Hasan al Shareef lives There is one unique thing about the hero of the book he is in fact not Arabic He is in reality Mark Brandon Rawen, an Englishman who, along with his sister Rozelle Modestia, were adopted by a Moorish chieftain after their parents were killed Rozelle disappeared earlier, and Hasan is determined to find her Enter Roselle Forest, the heroine of the book Rosette has arrived in Africa after scandals involving both her and her family Rosette is abducted by Hasan s men, and taken to Hasan, who believes she Rozelle Modestia Upon meeting each other, Rosete and Hasan begin to develop decidedly un sibling like feelings for each other.Rosette eventually realizes that she is not Rozelle, despite being drugged and hypnotized to believe that she is She is coerced into going to Hasan, and he rapes her, thinking she s one of his concubines.After this, Rosette returns to London in the company of a French soldier, Pierre Maudet, which is not his real name This is just one of many, many secrets that will be revealed, in particular when Baron Rawen, a.ka Hasan, shows up to claim his title A series of events occurs, which lead to Rosette being kidnapped and returned to the Sahara desert Mark comes and rescues her, and they have their Happily Ever After.Upside Bittersweet Bondage is my favorite Sonya T Pelton book so far admittedly, that s damning with faint praise, as I ve disliked most of her books I ve read up to this point The best part of the book takes place in the second half, where two plot twists change the game The best plot twists in books, television, movies, etc are ones I don t see coming I didn t see these twists coming, and that s why they were effective.Downside Having praised Ms Pelton, I now come to bury her Bittersweet Bondage contains many of the same elements I found problematic with her earlier work almost no character development, weak and unfinished storylines Then, there is the is it or is it not incest trope between Rosette and Hasan which dominates the first half of the book I found this storyline to be incredibly sleazy, unattractive and most importantly, unnecessary Sex A few love scenes, which aren t graphic or exciting Ms Pelton s love scenes do becomeso in later books.Violence Most of the violence in Bittersweet Bondage takes place off screen however, there are scenes of assault and battery, as well as a stabbing, that are on screen The violence is not graphic.Bottom Line While Bittersweet Bondage is Ms Pelton s best book, in my view, it s still not a great, or even good, book More like average

  3. says:

    good..

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