Divine Deception review ✓ 3

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Divine Deception review ✓ 3 ☆ ❰EPUB❯ ✺ Divine Deception Author Marcia Lynn McClure – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Mistreated disheartened and trapped Fallon Ashby unexpectedly found the chance of swift deliverance at the hand of a wealthy landowner The mysterious deliverer offered Fallon escape from unendurable c Mistreated E circumstances Thus Fallon chose to marry Trader Donavon a man who concealed his face within the dark shadows of an ominous black hood a man who unknowingly held her heart captiveYet malicious vil. 31213 Read it again in one sitting Ah McClure books They make me happy 72812 That's how I like my cowboys Rough tough passionate and handsome Wow another great one I cannot get enough of this authorMoral Note Some mild abuse passionate kisses

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Mistreated disheartened and trapped Fallon Ashby unexpectedly found the chance of swift deliverance at the hand of a wealthy landowner The mysterious deliverer offered Fallon escape from unendurabl. Another clean romance A uick read and it was good enough that even though I knew the ending I read it a second time Fallon Ashby is sent to her Uncle after her father's death and her mothers illness She is treated horrible and is faced with conditions of poverty Then Trader Donovan the landowner comes collecting the late rent and ends up at the farmhouse during a snowstorm He takes the warm spot by the fire during the night leaving Fallon to the table but when she wakes she is warm wrapped in Trader's outer rob with his arm around her Her Uncle finds them and demands that he marry her or the uncle will make her work at the saloon Little did Fallon know that Trader was the one who set up the situation because he had always been attracted to her and wanted to help her out of the bad situation she was in He takes her back to his ranchhome and has Patty nurse her back to health Then he gives her the option of marrying him or giving her the money to go to her mother and set up her own household She agrees to marry him because although it is rud that he is terribly disfigured and a monster under his hood that he always wears over his head she is attracted to the kind strong person that he does allow to show He tells her the marriage will be in name only and she is not to ever try to take the hood off or ask him uestions of the past and even though she is 17 and she doesn't know his age she agrees When Fallon in town at the store she is attacked by 3 unsavoring men and feels regret in not following Traders desire for her to take Ben one of the hired hands with her As one tries to kiss her Trader appears and beats up her attackers but she is emotional distrought and is trying to rid herself of the smell and touch using the horse trough Trader comforts her by telling her to remember them no and touches her cheek with his own handshe is calmed The uncle wants revenge on Trader for evicting him and the store incident was the way to see if Fallon could be used as the bait The blackmail comes and Trader lets Fallon sleep in the same room as him so he can always protect her but the bad guys get to her anyway and he trades himself for her The truth of his affection for her comes out by his selfless sacrifice for her and he trusts her with his appearance which over time has healed from the sabor attacks during the war Finally they can love each other openenly and fully

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Divine DeceptionLainy intent on destroying Trader Donavon set out to defeat him Would evil succeed in overpowering the man whose face Fallon had never seen The ever hooded hero Fallon silently loved above all else. 25 stars This is kind of Beauty and the Beast ish but also reminded me of East of the Sun and West of the Moon because the Hero of the story hides his face from the woman he loves I was honestly disappointed in this book I had previously read A Crimson Frost by Ms McClure and really enjoyed it even if it was a bit cheesy at times Divine Deception was however a bit too cheesy for me The wording constantly played off the masculine and feminine differences in the characters and it got old How many times do we need to be reminded how big and powerful the hero of the story is and how much smaller the heroine is In the end I also found his reason for hiding behind the cloak a bit ridiculous There was no build up to the love story either It was pretty much instant with no real reasons behind it other than the main character kind of romanticized the hero in the hooded cloak who saved her from a bad situation I found the main character Fallon to be mainly annoying and immature through most of the book and she cried way too much I did kind of like how the book showed that we don't always see ourselves accurately and that through another person's eyes we are beautiful when often through our own eyes we are not