Captive Of Fate (Harlequin Presents, #813)

Captive Of Fate Harlequin Presents Victim of love or captive of fate On her lunch hour Macy Gordon a textile designer in Manchester encountered a stranger She was drawn to him immediately by a force she couldn t resist In his arms s

  • Title: Captive Of Fate (Harlequin Presents, #813)
  • Author: Margaret Pargeter
  • ISBN: 9780373108138
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • Victim of love or captive of fate On her lunch hour, Macy Gordon, a textile designer in Manchester, encountered a stranger She was drawn to him immediately by a force she couldn t resist In his arms she found respite from the shame of having sold out her employer, albeit for motives that were above reproach And she tempted the gods in seeing him again, never dreaming thVictim of love or captive of fate On her lunch hour, Macy Gordon, a textile designer in Manchester, encountered a stranger She was drawn to him immediately by a force she couldn t resist In his arms she found respite from the shame of having sold out her employer, albeit for motives that were above reproach And she tempted the gods in seeing him again, never dreaming that Brice Sinclair was not just a stranger passing through her life.Before she had a chance to put things right, Brice learned of Macy s deception and withdrew his faith in her which left only his desire

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      Margaret Pargeter was a popular writer of 50 romance novels in Mills Boon from 1975 to 1986.



    555 thoughts on “Captive Of Fate (Harlequin Presents, #813)

    • Re Captive of Fate - I have to confess, I usually don't like MP's H's - I have said this before but it is worth repeating - MP's H are textbook cases for what today we would consider highly abusive men. Her h's are the ultimate victims and any one of her books could be used to teach a course about red flags for victims of domestic violence.But in HPlandia the Shire of Pargeter is unparalleled in wrecki drama angst and these books are definitely a very GUILTY pleasure. I may not actually LIKE mos [...]


    • Wow. What to do with this story? How to review it? First things first. It’s a revenge-by-marriage story. The new boss H and the design artist h meet cute outside the factory gates. Heroine fell in love, but felt their relationship was doomed because she had sold a design that a rival firm could benefit from six months earlier. She is full of guilt. Hero fell in lust/love and he seems to resent these strong feelings from the beginning.When the hero finds out that the h violated her employment p [...]


    • 4.5 stars. A caveat that none of the supposed motivations behind the characters' actions here (particularly the hero's) make any sense at all. Not a lick of sense. The supposedly awful thing the heroine did -- giving away one of her designs, done on her own time, to someone in another company to get some money so that she could afford a nurse for her dying aunt -- was not awful at all. Not nearly enough to justify the hero distrusting her for as long as he did. Yes, she thought she was violating [...]


    • Heroine is a designer who works for a famous company. One fine day she meets a charming stranger and falls for him and so does he. She discovers Brice is her boss and the man who sold out and betrayed. He forces her to marry him and make her pay for her sins. He is cold and cruel and Macy is tired of his mistrust and leaves him pregnant and pretty much penniless. Fantastic read if u like cruel heroes and martyr heroines. This heroine was definitely a saint but in the end hero had to really grove [...]


    • At lunch hour racing home from her sick aunts place, Macy nearly hit Brice. In obvious shock Brice comforted Macy and took her back to his place. Not knowing that he was the new owner of the textile company she'd been working at. Over the next little while Macy and Brice saw each other. Theresa Brown was a jealous woman and wanted Brice for herself, so she setup Macy to take the blame for selling a project outside of the company. Brice said the only way he could trust Macy not to do anything els [...]


    • Can't say I loved this one. She was so stupid to not read her contract and let that bitch take her designs. How could he be so cold to her? He just wanted to have sex on tap and when she got pregnant he did what he had to but still hated her for it. He was not a hero at all and she should have made him suffer more. So what he come back after he has time to think maybe he loved her from the start? I don't think so asshole or you would not have kept her on a short lech like that. Giving her no mon [...]


    • Fabulous beginning. Pargeter captures the intense attraction of H and h from the start and builds their passion. I enjoyed the way how H tries to restrain himself even though he's clearly besotted and wants to jump her at every meeting. Swoon-worthy. But all good things must come to an end and unfortunately this happens midway in the book though it picks up a little when hero does a good grovel en route to the HEA. She's a textile designer in his company. Desperate to help her ailing aunt, she s [...]


    • Angsty: yes. Good angsty? Is that even possible? Well, anyway, no it wasn't the good kind cuz the h just came off as stupid most of the time. Again, its the sort of story where had all this crap happened to the dude, it'd be more enjoyable



    • The plot was total non sense The heroine did a mistake but it didn't deserve the kind of behavior she had to face from the hero. I can't understand why any sane woman would take up so much for her supposed crime. yes she did break the rule but it was her own design not like she stole some else's design that too to give a nurse and caring for her deadly ill aunt. I kept hoping there would be a better explanation, some hurt the hero had had to suffer in his past but the explanation and the resolut [...]


    • *Sigh* the heroine in this book just totally pissed me off all through it. Always blaming the Hero's bad moods on herself -_-


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