A Woman Without Lies

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  • Title: A Woman Without Lies
  • Author: Elizabeth Lowell
  • ISBN: 9780380767649
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments A Woman Without Lies

  1. Written over 30 years ago, it is a bit dated Nice enough story Bit too much detail on all the fishing ventures Hawk was a bit of dickhead for most of the book Angel was a bit too perfect.I have read one other book by this author and her writing is a bit overly descriptive and flowery at times But still, an enjoyable enough read.


  2. I ve read romance novels in the past couple years than I had since middle school thank you, Smart Bitches, Trashy Books Some of them have become favorites, but a large number of them, even though well written, don t do anything for me This book is helping me articulate why.There are a lot of really good things in this book Angel and Hawk are interesting characters, as are the secondary characters The descriptions of fishing and of stained glass work are fascinating The storyline is generally pl [...]


  3. I want to thin out my TBR shelf and to make a dent in some of the books that I have owned for years Mainly to make room for new books that I would put on the same shelf and not read for years I literally selected about 5 books piled them up, shuffled them around, and then closed my eyes and just picked one I picked A Woman Without Lies I didn t read the blurb, I didn t read any reviews, I just opened her up and started to read How zen.I wish I hadn t Angel and Hawk Lord, help me get over that fi [...]


  4. The story and style and all left me likeBut then the characters are so awesomely OTT, and I am allIf you like fishing manuals, you are going to LOVE this, because there is lots of fishing in this Lots Salmon, cod, crabs, clams you name it, they have done it This might have been a brochure from Boat Fishing in Canada for all I know There is also a story about two people who are awesomely named Angel and Hawk.She is the prey, he is the predator She is the pale blond who is an artist, he is the dar [...]


  5. This hero is so very self possessed So hard hearted So stiff necked Lowell has several heroes like this man, Hawk.He s the kind of hero that, had I been the heroine, I just don t think I would have welcomed any form of reconciliation As a reader, I actually rooted for the heroine to not even give him the time of day And perhaps that is a stiff necked, hard hearted thing to say.But Lowell s heroines must be stronger than I am Because her heroines are always seeking out the good in the man beneath [...]


  6. I did not like the character of Hawk at all And Angel s character was quite depressing too I would not suggest this book to anyone really.



  7. Krom neust l ho ryba en a telefonov n do Tokia se tam v podstat ned je v bec nic.Opravdu je nutn na ka d druh stran odkazovat na tu v c , kter se hrdinovi stala v osmn cti Od za tku se o n m mluv jako o Hawkovi p s 9 Derry o mn ur it mluvil jak o Hawkovi, Aha, ten Hawkings Derryho dopisy byly pln Hawka I kdy se znaj jen p r t dn Tak e tohle jsem nepochopila s 30 Derry Pane Hawkinsi kejte mi Hawku Bylo mi e eno, e to jm no mi sed s 13 p ed t emi lety, kdy j p i hav rii zahynuli rodi e a snoubenec [...]




  8. This book is sort of like an emotional roller coaster It s angsty as hell But I liked it Angel has a traumatic past, having lost quite a few people she loved in a car wreck The only person left from her past is Derry, who saved her life and is like a little brother to her He s trying to sell his property for money and asks her to give the real estate man, Hawk a tour of the property Hawk is a piece of work He s been mistreated and is a hard core misogynist Women are the devil to him and Angel ca [...]



  9. Angel is a stain glass artist, who lost her parents and fianc in a car crash Hawk is a former car racer turned businessman, who doesn t believe in love because of his past experience, all women have been liars Hawk is interested in purchasing land Angel part owns with her deseased fianc s younger brother, Darry Hawk is an ass, without knowing Angel he makes assumptions about her character and says hurtful things to her Angel mostly ignores his insults She is a good person, struggling to live aft [...]


  10. fantastic book with the best lesson EVER almost emotional enough to make me cry but short enough that the tears never quite fell a few sets of pages are better skipped but other than that i have no complaints even though I was mad at one or the other of them throughout most of bookI also like the lessons that are in it like everyday well not EVERYDAY but actual skills lessons that are in there it really got me interested in fishing and stained glass i really like the way he grows and changes as [...]


  11. I usually prefer historical romances to modern, but I really enjoyed this book Elizabet Lowell is a great author Her historical romances are unique Angel is a glass artist who s best friend is injured Hawk makes his living buying and selling real estate He is visiting the injured friend s property deciding whether or not to purchase it He has been hurt in the past and decides to show Derry the friend that his girlfriend is a cheap whore They make love and then Angel is crushed when she finds out [...]


  12. I have a hard time reviewing romances because I really don t read them that often One thing I noticed about this book is that it started exactly how the other Elizabeth Lowell book I ve read started The main man and woman meet each other right off the bat and hate each other but have instant chemistry This was alright I guess, as far as romances go I got a little tired of the constant references to one being an angel and the other a hawk.


  13. Very different cover on mine It seems this is an early one by her glad to hear it I suppose this could have seemed poetic but I found it tended to grate on my nerves Three years after a devastating, almost fatal accident the heroine is fit as can be with barely very light scars on an ankle More emotionally damaged than physically, it would seem What I did really enjoy was the setting in British Columbia.


  14. It,s alright man This book has some beauty about it in my opinion, associated with colours, and the creative work with glass that Angel does I had some conflict with the image of Hawk, as he is described as being handsome, then another moment it is written that he has a moustache That put me off him yuck shallow I know.


  15. I bought this when I was in my Senior Highs School.It was 26.000 rupiah at that time.And when I looked back, I know this story is so common DAbout a man who lost his trust in women, about a woman who s so vulnerable, and the meeting of the two of them, and bla bla blayah, you know the rest.But I still keep the book, cause it was the first English book I bought my self D


  16. Not bad at all The heroine was a bit of a paragon of virtue but I really enjoyed the writing, the tension, the back stories awful though they were and the stained glass and boating fishing context Plus, as always, I m a sucker fir the intense and the anguished Recommended to me by Joanna Bourne, which is almost always a sure thing.


  17. This is a reissued edition of one of the author s earlier books I found the story to be rather thin and the heroine to be rather pathetic I generally like Elizabeth Lowell she writes some rip roarin sex scenes, and when she writes about an industry, she takes the time to get to know it But this one maybe shouldn t have been reissued.


  18. Sardonically seems to be the big word in the book Used it every other paragraph.The story was written in 1983 which might be why it seems so weird Heroes haven t had mustaches in years.Not much of a story though with a really flawed hero What a creep and a sad sad heroine Good scenery, interesting fishing and info on stained glass, but really just pornography.


  19. Einer dieser unglaublich kitschigen PMHR Romane mit schmachtende Damen und ein halbnackter wohlgebauter Herrn auf dem Umschlag, von denen man eigentlich gar nicht zugeben sollte, dass man sowas berhaupt liest


  20. The Hawk only has known woman with lies and deceit so when he comes in contact with Angel, he doesn t believe nor trust her Angel releases after a while how tormented Hawk really is and tries to bring him love and gentleness.


  21. This is an author that I have read a lot of and have added her books to my keeper book shelf Most I have read at least twice and some even than that Always in depth characters that anyone can identify with on some level.




  22. The male love interest is basically awful But the description and emotion conveyed in this story are impressive.



  23. not her best i would have liked to learn mroe about stained glass the usual information about the art involved in the plot was lacking compared to others i still enjoyed it though.