Review: With This Ring by Georgia Le Carre

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Review: With This Ring by Georgia Le Carre

Review: With This Ring by Georgia Le CarreWith This Ring
by Georgia Le Carre
three-stars
Published by Georgia Le Carre
on January 3, 2020
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 400

Will These Bitter Enemies End Their Families Feud by joining together?
Freya
Maxim Ivankov is the devil incarnate.With the fierce blood of Mongolian conquerors running through his veins he is pitiless. From the time I was a child, I knew he was my enemy, and I have always hated him with a shocking intensity. Now my father wants me to marry him. I cannot say no to my father. No one says no to him, not if they wish to live. I may be his daughter, but his honor is more important than my life. So I will marry that heartless brute. Yes, he is beautiful, with piercing blue eyes and raven black hair, but I will not bend to him. I will not share his bed, and I will not bear him children. Our marriage will be more barren than the wild landscapes his ancestors rode across when they came to conquer our lands.
Maxim
I have watched her from afar for many, many years. Those flame colored locks tumbling down her delicate shoulders, that creamy-white neck when it is stretched and exposed. I have imagined how it will feel when she offers herself to me and I am inside her. She despises me, but now she will bear my name and be mine.I will make her call my name. I will make her get on her pretty, little knees and beg me to take her. I will be her last thought when she goes to sleep and the first when her eyes open. I will fill her belly with my seed.

Review

One thing I enjoy about Georgia Le Carre’s books is that they are always steamy. The hero is always an alpha, and the heroines always give as good as they get. This book doesn’t disappoint in the steam and chemistry aspects. The reason I’m rating this only 3 is because the plot has become formulaic. I’ve read several books from her, and I know that some of them have more depth and character development, so while this book is pretty entertaining, I know that I’ve read better books from her. If you are looking for a good book to pass the time, this one here is a good one to start with. It has sex, kidnapping, an arranged marriage, and a round of meddlesome family members that mean well. What’s not to like?

About Georgia Le Carre

Georgia writes contemporary and erotic romance from a little old 19th century romantic cottage, surrounded by a magical garden filled with fruit and walnut trees.

When she is not feeding words into her laptop, she can be found lost in long walks in the woods, particularly on moonlit nights, and often with the man of her dreams.

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