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ISBN:0446605832
Author: Kasey Michaels
ISBN13: 978-0446605830
Title: Come Near Me
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Forever (February 1, 2000)

Come Near Me by Kasey Michaels



About book: Kasey Michaels is adored by her many fans for her sparkling wit and the magic with which she brings the glittering world of Regency England to life. until he lookzs into a certain flame-haired beauty's laughing green eyes.

Come Near Me. Kasey Michaels shows an inventive, dark side in this highly intriguing tale of the ultimate battle between good and evil. Renowned for her unique, creative abilities, Kasey Michaels stretches her talents into new areas. Come Near Me grabs hold, then tightens its grip. Using wit and romance with a master’s skill, Kasey Michaels aims for the heart and never misses. Cover art by Tammy Seidick Design, ww. ammyseidickdesign. EBook Design by A Thirsty Mind Book Design, 2014. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photography, recording or any information storage and retrieval system without written permission of the author.

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Kasey Michaels is adored by her many fans for her sparkling wit and the magic with which she brings the glittering world of Regency England to life. But when he rushes his cherished Sherry to the altar he marries a stranger - and will soon learn that even the truest love can be threatened.

From NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Kasey Michaels comes a Gothic Regency romance. Immediate attraction. Possible, or only a dream? Adam Dagenham, Marquis of Daventry, can barely believe his fortune when he weds beautiful Sherry Victor. But can such a hasty union last when outside forces plant seeds of mistrust? Yes, the devil can be in the details, even in love and marriag. ore.

Indiscreet Escapade Come Near Me Waiting for You Someone to Love Then Comes Marriage. WARNER FOREVER (Warner Books): The Kissing Game. Launch book for new Silhouette series, The Coltons: Beloved Wolf Silhouette reprint of Lion on the Prowl with Heather Graham Babies and Bachelors USA: Maggie's Miscellany The Coltons: The Hopechest Bride Silhouette reprint of Popcorn and Kisses, as 'NYT Bestsellers' with Linda Howard and Elizabeth Lowell Bachelor on the Prowl The Coltons: The Raven's Assignment. 1. Beloved Wolf by Kasey Michaels 2. The Virgin Mistress by Linda Turner 3. I Married a Sheik by Sharon De Vita 4. The Doctor Delivers by Judy Christenberry 5. From Boss to Bridegroom by Victoria Pade 6. Passion's Law by Ruth Langan 7. The Housekeeper's Daughter by Laurie Paige 8. Taking on Twins by Carolyn Zane 9. Wed to the.

Kasey Michaels is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than 110 books (she doesn't count them). She is a recipient of the RITA, a Waldenbooks and Bookrak Bestseller award, and many awards from Romantic Times magazine, including a Career Achievement award for her Regency era historical romances. Kasey has written Regency romances, Regency historicals, category books including novellas and continuities and a few series "launch" books, and single title contemporaries.

Kasey Michaels is adored by her many fans for her sparkling wit and the magic with which she brings the glittering world of Regency England to life. Now she mixes a dash of suspicion with a drop of temptation -- and shows how the two can play havoc with a fairy-tale romance...Adam Dagenham, Marquis of Daventry: He is a worldly, brooding rake who doesn't believe in love...until he lookzs into a certain flame-haired beauty's laughing green eyes. But when he rushes his cherished Sherry to the altar he marries a stranger -- and will soon learn that even the truest love can be threatened by a single lie...Charlotte "Sherry" Victor Dagenham: Achingly beautiful, she is the toast of London with every gentleman -- save one. Her beloved husband, Adam, has turned away from her, and all because of a devil named Richard Brimley whose dangerous "game" almost disgraces her. Now Sherry desperately seeks a way to not only rekindle her husband's passion but build something new -- a marriage based on trust aswell as love.
Reviews: 7
Kulalas
The paths of Adam Dagenham, Marquis of Daventry, and Miss Charlotte Victor, cross in an unlikely manner one lovely spring day. Both are smitten with one another, and after a hasty marriage, they settle down to several months of wedded bliss - until a charismatic stranger named Richard Brimley walks into their lives. Brimley seduces them both, then sullies their love by planting the seeds of jealousy in Adam's heart. As the book opens, we see the fruits of his labors, as Adam and Sherry are at one another's throats in a love-hate relationship that painfully contrasts to their love-at-first-sight paradise. By then, Brimley has mysteriously disappeared, but a new, charming character by the name of Edmund Burnell takes his place, and with frighteningly similar actions, he also slowly insinuates himself into Adam's and Sherry's lives. Something about Burnell finally opens Adam's eyes, and what he sees, remembers, and learns further as the story proceeds, is downright scary. When the book starts, Sherry is the one trying to rekindle their relationship; midway through, the tables turn, and it is Adam who struggles to save them both - literally.
KM tells this story in three parts: "A Small Society," followed by "A Dangerous Game," and climaxing with "Good and Evil." I enjoyed her writing style, which included introducing each book and each chapter with a literary quote hinting at the contents. She also tells the story by moving back and forth in time between the past and the present, but I was never confused because - and I know this sounds strange, but it works - the typeface for the past is different than that of the present, so that the effect is similar to looking through a lens at a distance. Very ingenious.
This book was more than a romantic story; it takes themes of good and evil, and the limits of the power of each, and weaves them into a story about everyday life. I thought KM did a very good job of portraying evil in its various manifestations, and contrasting this with both the strength and the vulnerability of innocence. I was spooked a little at how well she wrote the concept! There were some twists to the ending that I didn't see coming. My only criticism revolved around Sherry's character, which was portrayed as so perfect that at times she seemed shallow. But overall, I found this to be a delightfully different story, and one I'm happy to recommend.
Jorius
I love Kasey Michaels as an author, but this was a very different type of novel. I'm not a big fan of Gothic romance, but since I am a Kasey fan, I figured it would be good. I was right. The writing is excellent, as usual, and the characters easy to enjoy, making it a win for me. Be sure to bring your imagination with you!
Mpapa
This was darker than most of this author's work, however her trademark humor surfaced often. And the relationship melded into something light and beautiful from its manipulated darkness. I enjoyed the pieces of the story coming together, and how her imperfect characters are so lovable. I would recommend anyone that enjoys Kasey Michaels books to take a walk on her darker side.
Kata
I loved the way the story was woven back and forth in time. Great story of how fragile love is and how much we take it for granted. This tale had me enthralled and unable to put it down until the end, which was a bit of a surprise.
betelgeuze
I enjoy reading Kasey Michaels' books very much. This was different with a paranormal twist but I loved it.
Qane
Very Good reading!!!!!!!!!
Mora
I just said I snatched up her books but this one didn't really cut it for me. different style for sure!
Didn't care for this book.