Ruthless Russian Lost Innocence After witnessing her father break her mother s heart with his numerous affairs Ella Stafford had vowed never to fall in love A gifted violinist who plays with an orchestra she is devoted to her musi

  • Title: Ruthless Russian, Lost Innocence
  • Author: Chantelle Shaw
  • ISBN: 9780373129201
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • After witnessing her father break her mother s heart with his numerous affairs, Ella Stafford had vowed never to fall in love A gifted violinist who plays with an orchestra, she is devoted to her music and not interested in dating any man especially enigmatic Russian oligarch Vadim Aleksandrov Disturbingly sexy Vadim has a reputation as a playboy, but Ella is known asAfter witnessing her father break her mother s heart with his numerous affairs, Ella Stafford had vowed never to fall in love A gifted violinist who plays with an orchestra, she is devoted to her music and not interested in dating any man especially enigmatic Russian oligarch Vadim Aleksandrov Disturbingly sexy Vadim has a reputation as a playboy, but Ella is known as the Ice Princess and turns down all his invitations to dinner until he kisses her and she begins to melt Vadim is haunted by the ghosts of his past He wants Ella than he has ever desired any woman, but he is sure that passion is all they can ever share until he discovers that his beautiful mistress is expecting his baby

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    1. This was a pretty good book. I had some issues with some of the choices for execution that Ms. Shaw made, and I'll discuss those.Russian Hero: Major points there. However, I didn't like that his edgy, dangerousness was mainly due to his ruthless manner in which he would go through women. He was a serious womanizer who never got emotional with his bed-partners. His pursuit of Ella was pretty coldblooded, although there was serious sexual tension and attraction between them. I didn't like how he w [...]

    2. I'm on the fence about this one. I liked it in the beginning and then found myself getting bored in the middle; then finally my interest resumed towards the end again. I liked the characters and the depth, but it didn't feel like much of a love story - at least from the H's point of view. The H - Vadim- is a commitment-phobe billionaire playboy ( as they so often are inHP's) and has a tragic past. The heroine - Ella- too is scarred in her own way. So obviously, their mutual emotional baggages ma [...]

    3. The heroine Ella is a woman unwilling to commit or get married after seeing her father cheating on her docile sick mother and abusing them both. Now she is a famous talented violinist and is totally devoted to her career. The hero, a playboy Russian tycoon is instantly in lust with Ella and his pursuit of her is ruthless and relentless! I liked both the hero and the heroine. They were a bit more complex than I originally assumed. Vadim is a very dark tortured hero. He has a scarred painful past [...]

    4. This book frustrated me. I know it's not my book and I didn't write it but the author made some choices that just bothered me. Here's an example of the type of thing I mean. He comes on to her. She says "no thank you I don't want to date you in fact I'm too involved in my music to date anyone". Several times this happens. When she finally gives in and he finds out she's a virgin, he blows a gasket. He says words to the effect that "If I'd known you were a virgin, I'd never had taken you to bed. [...]

    5. I was surprised to like this one, as it turned out a better book than the title suggested. They were not my favorite characters (she would drive me crazy with her frailties and he with his chauvinism) but their characters rang very true and were well described. It would have even rated a four star, if the author (1) would take out the line about how after five day absence her body "craved for its master." Its written in 2010 for God's sake, surely the English girl knows better, and (2) the cause [...]

    6. Read in the One-Click Buy: May 2010 Harlequin PresentsSynopsis - At 24, violinist Ella Stafford has a reputation as an ice princess and prefers music to romance. While she is an exceptionally gifted and accomplished musician, she suffers crippling stage fright and only grudgingly circulates at the gatherings after her performances. When she catches Russian tycoon Vadim Alekdsandrov’s attention at such an event in Paris, her immediate impression is that he is gorgeous and dangerous – way out [...]

    7. This book was interesting to read once for me. It was different in comparison to other Harlequins that I read. The Hero, Vadim, and Heroine, Ella, both have their own emotional baggage, starting from their childhoods. But do to this it is really hard for either of them to open up to each other. All he wants is a mistress, but as they get to know each other they start opening up to each other she finds away to pass the barriers to his heart and becomes really important to him. She never wanted to [...]

    8. Bu ayki Stars Of Romance serisinden Chantelle Shawın Melek Yüzlü romanı da müzik temalarında kurgulanmıştıGeçmişi ile barışamamış bir adam ve erkeklere güvenemeyen bir kadın vardıİkisinin de geçmişten yaraları vardıElla Keman virtiözü Vadim ise Rus milyarder idiVadim hiç bir kadına bağlanmadan yaşıyorduSert bir karakter idiGeçmişinde karısı ve çocuğunu kaybetmenin vicdan azabını yaşayan bir adamdıO yüzden hiç bir kadınla çok uzun ilişkilere girmemişt [...]

    9. this was not dat bad but i did not like it. ella was supposed 2 be playboy-phobic, yet she cud not resist vadim. vadim was the worst type of man. he was very disgusting the way he wud think dat ella is getting too attached 2 him, but nevamind he wud satisfy his lust then get rid of her, he cud not care abt her feelings. at the end ofc we learn dat he had a tragic past, his wife n daughter had died but really the way he acted was as if he hated women. i thought a betrayal wud have been a better c [...]

    10. Eleanor Stafford, apprezzata violinista, non frequenta la vita mondana né ha mai perso la testa per uno sconosciuto. Ella ha sempre dedicato tutte le sue energie alla musica, quindi è la prima a stupirsi dell'effetto che l'incontro con Vadim Aleksandrov ha su di lei. Fin dal primo sguardo che si scambiano, infatti, capisce che fra loro c'è qualcosa di unico e, nonostante provi con tutte le proprie forze a respingere quella consapevolezza, finisce con l'ammettere l'attrazione che prova per uno [...]

    11. Man, I hate it when a decent read disappoints. The writer did a good job of creating damaged characters only to rush the denouement and waste a lot of her effort. I'd definitely read another book by her, but I'm kind of disappointed by this one :(

    12. Mehe author seemed at a loss for words at some points in the story, repeating her self from earlier in the book. MEh

    13. Sweet story but nothing that really stands out to make it more than 3 stars. No angst it even a jerky hero. Decent enough read.

    14. Muy entretenida con un toque de profundizar en por que son asi los personajes para mi gusto tendria que ser un poco mas extensa pero linda historia sin terceros en discordia.

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