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  • Title: Lost Love, Last Love
  • Author: Rosemary Rogers
  • ISBN: 9780380755158
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. When I started reading this, my mom said, Good luck I tried it three times when you were a tot and never got through it After reading it myself, I can see why.This book was a mess, and even though I say that with love since I do love Goddess Rosemary I ve got to be an honest fan and wonder why this book was even written Her plots are usually so cracky yet comprehensible, whereas this one was very much a hot mess with little rhyme or reason connecting events and characters Characters were introdu [...]


  2. I only managed to finish this book because I haven t yet managed to shake off my pesky OCD completist tendencies I kept wishing hoping praying that Rosemary would pull this story together, and I waited, and waited, and waitedIt has its crazy moments, to be sure, but nothing on the scale of Toni Lassiter in Dark Fires That sudden jolting and grinding of gears between Ginny and Steve s stories in Dark Fires which had me scrambling for about 20 pages to get my bearings again was the entire ride of [...]


  3. Prequel to Sweet Savage Retirement From the glittering Buick dealerships of West Palm Beach to themed mini golf outside Orlando, Steve and Ginny have sex until they just can t any.


  4. LOVED, LOVED Sweet Savage Love when it hit the book stands in the late 70 s yes, I was alive then LOL This book, and the follow up series, was shocking and HOT at that time and, like 50 Shades in recent years, revolutionized the entire romance genre then.As much as I loved Sweet Savage Love, I really didn t like the follow up books as much as they put Ginny and Steve through too much continued melodrama and trauma Frankly it became somewhat absurd that they kept surviving and forgiving each othe [...]


  5. My full review is here on my personal website I ll post a few excerpts here, though 4.5 out of 5.0 starsThe very worst thing about this book is that it s scattered The plot is everywhere and even though the characters are supposed to be much older, they haven t matured It s disappointing.The very best thing about this book is that, due to the lack of character development, Ginny and Steve are quite familiar and since their age is seldom mentioned you can pretend that they re still young and will [...]


  6. This is one of the last of the Steve and Ginny series, and it s pretty weak and watery But I do like the part where Ginny goes blind and marries a weak, manipulative, but very well to do English doctor not necessarily in that order and ends up living in a palace in the decaying Ottoman Empire.Only Rosemary Rogers could bring out the sensual side of blindness the way Ginny gradually grows accustomed to lounging around the secluded courtyard, listening to the splashing fountains, smelling the perf [...]


  7. This book has the dubious honor of being the first book I ever wanted to throw in a lake I love books I love to read books, but when I read this sixteen years ago, it was a chore It was pretty hard to follow, as far as plot was concerned, and the two main characters only had a brief interaction before she was abducted, and he went off on his own or something To boot, their interaction wasn t even positive I failed to grasp the Romance in this book, and learned a very good lesson that day, if I f [...]


  8. I would have liked a definite ending, a romantic ending But Ginny and Steve will always be my favorite couple


  9. I love this novel as it s Ginny and Steve all grown up with children I could read all 3 books over and over again.




  10. Again, Rosemary Rogers works her magic Had me on the edge of my seat the time Rogers style of writing makes the characters so vivid that I feel they are in the room with me Love, love and love



  11. This is absolutely Book 3 in the series The numbering listed in is wrong.In the beginning I was getting quite annoyed with Ginny and Steve Both stubborn and immature Their pride gets the best of them Trust is everything in a relationship and reading this book is proof of that It s amazing all that these two endure Ginny, I admire her toughness and the determination in her to never give up and be respected, she gets through these crazy ordeals with her chin up and she continues to remain strong a [...]


  12. When I go back and re read some of these, it is like what was I interested in, but at the time these books were an exciting hot mess Perhaps it was the being home with small kids, and a husband who traveled, but we talked , and shared our ideas about Ms Rogers, and this big hot mess of a book, and others she wrote, and shared them.


  13. well the story starts off really slow and lterally crawls uptil book2 but then the separated story telling of ginny and steves lives are fun but the ending is definitely boring and predictable end though the turn in turkey and france was good all in all a one tym read and just fine story telling




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