Jezebel

  • Title: Jezebel
  • Author: Katherine Sutcliffe
  • ISBN: 9780515121728
  • Page: 153
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jezebel Rafe de Bastitas is headed straight to hell Hell Texas that is He is seeking vengeance from the men who robbed him of his family of everyone he had ever truly loved And he is prepared for just about
    Rafe de Bastitas is headed straight to hell Hell, Texas, that is He is seeking vengeance from the men who robbed him of his family of everyone he had ever truly loved And he is prepared for just about anything Except Charity Bell.

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    About Katherine Sutcliffe


    1. Katherine Sutcliffe was born an only child in East Texas After working for a time at an oil company and as a headhunter for a computer personnel company, Sutcliffe decided in 1982 to quit her job and attempt to write a novel Three years later she sold her first book, Desire and Surrender to Avon Books She works eight hours a day, five to seven months a year Sutcliffe also attempts to find a single CD that will provide inspiration during the writing of each book In the past, she has used the soundtrack to Somewhere in Time and Kitar s Silk Road.In 1995 and 1996, Sutcliffe worked as the Consultant Head Writer for the soap operas As The World Turns and Another World Sutcliffe was offered the job after Bill Graham, who searched for writers for Proctor and Gamble, mentioned to his wife that they wanted to refocus the soap opera stories on romance His wife, who loved Sutcliffe s book, insisted that he contact her During her time as a soap opera writer, she concentrated on developing the six month story lines, which the breakdown writers would then develop into dialogue and individual scenes for the show During this time frame, Sutcliffe also made a guest appearance on Another World, playing herself She resigned from her position after the networks began to insist that she move to New York City to be accessible.Her historical romance, Notorious, sold out its first printing in a mere four days.Sutcliffe lives near Dallas, Texas She met her husband, an English geologist, while they worked for the same oil company They have three children, Bryan, Rachel, and Lauren Sutcliffe also raises and shows Arabian horses.


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    1. Set in 1870 Texas, this book starts out when the hero, trapped by a snowstorm, stumbles upon the heroine's home while she is in midlabor (with her dead husband's child)! He's on the run, with a bounty on his head, but decides to stick around to help the poor babe survive since his mama is no shape to care for him. What started out as a fascinating story with compelling characters unfortunately soon turned into one of those "annoying heroine" books. Almost immediately the heroine began to rub me [...]

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    2. Almost 3 StarsI liked it.But*****Spoiler Alert*****I just can't stand (or stomach) when authors writing in this time period places women with multiple men (3 in this case); whether the circumstance is rape or not, within a month (or a little more) time frame. I'm sorry's just gross, and it grosses me out to the max. And to make it worseCharity just had a baby.I really liked the characters and the storyline, but I just couldn't get past how Rafe or Charity never worried about her being pregnant f [...]

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    3. Rafe is a tortured hero who watched his wife and son killed in front of him and he's out seeking vengeance. Charity is a recent widow, giving birth to her dead-husband's son and living on her own in a town that believes she's a slut. And she attracts trouble. And she's crazy. And Rafe is consumed with his vengeance (and he's a murderer). So the heroine irritated the crap out of me. She really does seem to be insane. Her mood swings and declarations of undying love followed by hate make it really [...]

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    4. I was torn between 3-4 stars , but I really did enjoy MOSTall of this quick page turner romance . I really appreciated how not only did Miss Sutcliffe keep me interested ALL the way to the last page , but she had me wondering if Rafe + Charity would " run off into the sunset to together " til then also. Those are the two main things most romance novels are missing , so though I found the sex parts WAY over done are cheesy this was great !

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    5. Next in the series but this one really did not relate hardly at all to the other books other than when Rafe de Bastitas mentioned his family. Laughed at the behaviors of Charity Bell wanting loving sex and getting nothing from a preacher husband and her totally not being lady-like. Respected Rafe and his attempts at being a good "father" after the delivery. Liked how the story kept referencing the town name of Hell.

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    6. *** 1.5 stars ***The heroine seriously annoyed me. The hero deserves someone a heck of a lot better than her.

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    7. I love stories about wounded people who help heal each other

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