[[ Free pdf ]] Dangerous InterloperAuthor Penny Jordan – Avengersinfinitywarfullmovie.de

This one tells the story of Miranda a career driven estate agent and Ben Frobisher owner of a software development company and really clearly illustrates just why Jordan was such a woman of her times It s the early 90s and the streets of Miranda s lovely little country town are being ruined by them Londoners moving in and buying up property as it falls into the commuter belt Just as Miranda is getting all up in arms about what is happening to her lovely little town she falls literally This one tells the story of Miranda a career driven estate agent and Ben Frobisher owner of a software development company and really clearly illustrates just why Jordan was such a woman of her times It s the early 90s and the streets of Miranda s lovely little country town are being ruined by them Londoners moving in and buying up property as it falls into the commuter belt Just as Miranda is getting all up in arms about what is happening to her lovely little town she falls literally into the arms of Ben Frobisher one of them Londoners who is ruining her lovely little town It s a Mills and Boon, so, of course, she decides she hates him although her subconscious is telling her otherwise by making her have very erotic dreams about him.Miranda is one of those career driven professional types who is so busy and bustling around and if she s not at work, she s meddling on some committee or other and Ben s a bit wishy washy Jordan has included lots of material about women having it all career, children, the lot this was a big thing in the 90s and she was clearly tapping in once again to the period she was writing from Perhaps because of this, there s an interesting gender shift for a Jordan novel in this one, the female lead catches the male lead in the shower naked not the other way round, as is usual and she s the one who charges off after him when she believes he has been hurt too as opposed to the hero rescuing her It doesn t really work Miranda is the sort of woman I personally would cross the street to avoid and she only starts to get better when her desire for Ben start to make her lose her self control and she gets a little bithuman The lovely little town sounds like the sort of place that has a high rate of suicide, there s that many meddling, nosy neighbours there and it s hard to get excited about a romance between an estate agent and a software engineer In truth, it s a bit of a turn off just thinking about it As a result, the sex scenes are a bit icky and then when Miranda finally starts to improve and might consider stepping down from one or two committees , she decides that Ben doesn t love her and therefore leaves him a note after their night of passion, dismissing him from her life Why Why Why do these heroines always cut their noses off to spite their faces Of course, by page 181 they are revealing their mutual love for each other you didn t say anything Didn t tell me, Miranda complains of Ben s lack of pillow talk love confessions What does she expect It s a Mills and Boon the heroes are notoriously speechless tending to only repeat the heroines name over and over at moments of heated action.Other things I found wrong with this 1 the cover art the characters just look odd Okay, it s not as bad as that one where the heroine looked like she had glandular fever and the hero was sporting a mullet, but it s bad enough 2 I had an RE teacher named Mr Frobisher put me off a bit, I ve got to say There s a lovely line in the book where Ben invites Miranda in to help him understand all that untranslateable estate agent jargon I can help you out there in a prime location next to a railway line and a motorway fixer upper it s a dump single bedroom a cupboard externally maintained amenity planting you ll end up paying the Council two grand a year to push a lawn mower over it Never trust estate agents, Ben, never The book was boring There can t be much else said for it It was okay to read if you had nothing else to read or it was a rainy day but other than that I disliked it I tried giving it two stars because it s a Penny Jordan novel but I don t necessarily believe that the book isthan one star, one and a half if we are stretching it. Disappointing as there was little interaction to justify the intense awareness and attraction. Maybe the reason the female protagonist repeatedly bemoans the fact that she is acting like a child throughout the entire story is simply because she has the mental development of a child Except that it would be an insult to children to liken them to this annoying, wishy washy, insecure blobfish.As for the hero, he is not even something real, just a figment of a wet dream, which the heroine kept having about him EVERY SINGLE NIGHT in ewwww worthy, graphic detail And then she goes to buy a Maybe the reason the female protagonist repeatedly bemoans the fact that she is acting like a child throughout the entire story is simply because she has the mental development of a child Except that it would be an insult to children to liken them to this annoying, wishy washy, insecure blobfish.As for the hero, he is not even something real, just a figment of a wet dream, which the heroine kept having about him EVERY SINGLE NIGHT in ewwww worthy, graphic detail And then she goes to buy a book on the interpretation of dreams so she can find an explanation why she keeps having sexual dreams over this living, breathing Adoni face palm So yeah, blobfish with a jello cup for a brain ROFL The man was trespassing on her emotions Women as independent and career minded as Miranda didn t just bump into a total stranger and fall in love Ridiculous Impossible Totally unthinkable There must have been some other logical explanation for her extraordinary reaction to Ben FrobisherThe computer expert had already made quite an impact on the small English market town, and the fact that he d reduced Miranda to a giddy teenager only fueled her determination to remain detached True, she found him incredibly desirable, but did he have to invade her dreams every night Did he have to reveal emotions and needs she had never before experienced