Harlequin Presents #366
Margaret Pargeter’s Savage Possession begins like any ordinary Harlequin Presents, with the hero & H meeting under unusual circumstances with the situation soon getting heated afterwards.
In this case, Melissa’s car is trapped in the snow and along comes the hero, Ryan Trevelyan, to give her a lift. She’s dressed in bulky winter clothes so he assumes she’s a boy. As they’re driving along in his car he’s berating ‘him’ for driving under such horrible circumstances. When she takes off her cap, Ryan realizes, “Oh noes, she’s this unbelievably beautiful, green-eyed, redhead woman! How easily mistaken I was to think she was a boy because she was wearing a hat and coat! Well since she tricked me, I’ll force her to spend the night at my house even though there are plenty of other places in town that she can stay. That’ll her teach her a lesson!”
I wondered to myself just where this book was going. It was weird. It seemed all over the place on plotting.
The heroine does not act like do not act out as the HP caricatures they’re supposing to: swooning, selfless, kind to all, and eager to work hard to prove her worth.... Read more “Category Romance Review: Savage Possession by Margaret Pargeter”