The Interloper

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10 thoughts on “The Interloper

  1. Jade Cary Jade Cary says:

    I was looking forward to reading this book The idea that a stranger the widow s brother in law appears out of nowhere and takes over land, widow and child, intrigued me What are his motives Since this is billed as a romance, how on earth will this woman grow to love him None of these questions were answered adequately by the author, and my high hopes for a top quality read were quickly dashed when the hero which I find difficult to call him turns out to be a cruel and unfeeling man who t I was looking forward to reading this book The idea that a stranger the widow s brother in law appears out of nowhere and takes over land, widow and child, intrigued me What are his motives Since this is billed as a romance, how on earth will this woman grow to love him None of these questions were answered adequately by the author, and my high hopes for a top quality read were quickly dashed when the hero which I find difficult to call him turns out to be a cruel and unfeeling man who treats the h, Gretchen, like chattel Because this character had no redeeming value made every spanking he gave her not sexy, but cruel I longed for her to retain some of her power by fighting him , or enduring it all in silence or killing him in his sleep but instead she endures, and even finds herself falling in love for a moment It is during Kane s brief seconds of decency that Gretchen sees something in him, but from the reader s standpoint, this doesn t last long When Kane forces her and the child to move to the city, things get worse with the introduction of a disgusting character that had the ability to turn me off this genre forever Rather than cut off my nose to spite my face, I will simply say that, as spanking romances go, this is the kind I dislike immensely the spankings are there for spanking s sake, adding nothing to the story, and the scenes are all the same The sex is left at the bedroom door, making this book not even close to erotica, and I will even go so far as to say, it isn t even romance There is nothing sweet or romantic between these two The author fails, in my opinion, to redeem Kane s horrible actions in any way, making for a weak and senseless ending.All of this I could have endured had it not been for the horrific editing job I can abide a typo here and there NO one is perfect, and the eye cannot catch everything But in the case of The Interloper, it is no exaggeration to say that there was a typo on every page Every one The author mixed pronouns, left letters off words, called characters by the wrong names, and misspelled words so often that it simply took me out of the story completely I am stunned that Blushing Books, a reputable spanking romance indie pub, would allow a book to go to print with so many obvious issues This infuriated methan having to endure Kane as a hero It is one thing to write a character that is less than appealing That is subjective criticism, and a matter of taste The author should stand by these decisions There is absolutely no excuse, however, for poorly edited work None I suggest they pull this, get it fixed, and offer the properly edited copy for free for some short period of time.Self published and indie published authors have a hard enough time being taken seriously Most work tirelessly to make their product the best it can possibly be No care or time was taken with this book, and I hope, for the author s sake, some ammends are made


  2. Sue Lyndon Sue Lyndon says:

    The Interloper was an enjoyable read that veered on the dark side, combining the perfect amount of mystery and a growing love between two mismatched strangers thrown together by circumstance Gretchen s life seems to be falling apart Soon after she buries her husband, the brother she didn t know he had Kane shows up with documents proving he owns everything she thought was now hers including having custody of her son Of course, Kane s solution is that they immediately get married She agre The Interloper was an enjoyable read that veered on the dark side, combining the perfect amount of mystery and a growing love between two mismatched strangers thrown together by circumstance Gretchen s life seems to be falling apart Soon after she buries her husband, the brother she didn t know he had Kane shows up with documents proving he owns everything she thought was now hers including having custody of her son Of course, Kane s solution is that they immediately get married She agrees because she fears losing her son, even though she knows nothing of this mysterious and stern man she must now call husband Kane is everything Gretchen s first husband wasn t and she finds out the hard way that he expects to be obeyed in all things Despite her initial dislike for him she can t help but be extremely attracted to him The mystery begins when Gretchen starts to suspect Kane really isn t her late husband s brother and deepens after they move to the city If you like a bit of mystery with your spanking romance novels, give this one a try


  3. Alicia Alicia says:

    Even though Gretchen s first husband was kind and lovig his brother was much stricter and had a very hard hand This book had a couple plot twists that kept it very interesting and made you wonder if they book was going to end well which of course it did.


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The Interloper ➺ [Download] ➶ The Interloper By Sullivan Clarke ➻ – Polishdarling.co.uk When Gretchen Altman s husband Benjamin dies in an accident, she is left alone to raise their young son and run the horse farm he started with borrowed money or so she thinks On the day of the funeral When Gretchen Altman s husband Benjamin dies in an accident, she is left alone to raise their young son and run the horse farm he started with borrowed money or so she thinks On the day of the funeral, a stranger appears and lays legal claim not just to the farm but to Gretchen and her young son as wellKane Altman claims to be her late husband s brother, but Gretchen realizes he is as different from Benjamin as night is from day Where Ben was short, fair and gentle, Kane is tall, dark and stern He has definite ideas about how a wife should behave and makes it clear that he will enforce his authority with corporal punishment should she defy him For a headstrong woman like Gretchen, adjusting to the new rules and expectations will not come without painful consequences But even as she struggles to obey, she is plagued by doubts Kane Altman is keeping something from her, and she soon begins to doubt that he his who he claims to be.


10 thoughts on “The Interloper

  1. Jade Cary Jade Cary says:

    I was looking forward to reading this book The idea that a stranger the widow s brother in law appears out of nowhere and takes over land, widow and child, intrigued me What are his motives Since this is billed as a romance, how on earth will this woman grow to love him None of these questions were answered adequately by the author, and my high hopes for a top quality read were quickly dashed when the hero which I find difficult to call him turns out to be a cruel and unfeeling man who t I was looking forward to reading this book The idea that a stranger the widow s brother in law appears out of nowhere and takes over land, widow and child, intrigued me What are his motives Since this is billed as a romance, how on earth will this woman grow to love him None of these questions were answered adequately by the author, and my high hopes for a top quality read were quickly dashed when the hero which I find difficult to call him turns out to be a cruel and unfeeling man who treats the h, Gretchen, like chattel Because this character had no redeeming value made every spanking he gave her not sexy, but cruel I longed for her to retain some of her power by fighting him , or enduring it all in silence or killing him in his sleep but instead she endures, and even finds herself falling in love for a moment It is during Kane s brief seconds of decency that Gretchen sees something in him, but from the reader s standpoint, this doesn t last long When Kane forces her and the child to move to the city, things get worse with the introduction of a disgusting character that had the ability to turn me off this genre forever Rather than cut off my nose to spite my face, I will simply say that, as spanking romances go, this is the kind I dislike immensely the spankings are there for spanking s sake, adding nothing to the story, and the scenes are all the same The sex is left at the bedroom door, making this book not even close to erotica, and I will even go so far as to say, it isn t even romance There is nothing sweet or romantic between these two The author fails, in my opinion, to redeem Kane s horrible actions in any way, making for a weak and senseless ending.All of this I could have endured had it not been for the horrific editing job I can abide a typo here and there NO one is perfect, and the eye cannot catch everything But in the case of The Interloper, it is no exaggeration to say that there was a typo on every page Every one The author mixed pronouns, left letters off words, called characters by the wrong names, and misspelled words so often that it simply took me out of the story completely I am stunned that Blushing Books, a reputable spanking romance indie pub, would allow a book to go to print with so many obvious issues This infuriated methan having to endure Kane as a hero It is one thing to write a character that is less than appealing That is subjective criticism, and a matter of taste The author should stand by these decisions There is absolutely no excuse, however, for poorly edited work None I suggest they pull this, get it fixed, and offer the properly edited copy for free for some short period of time.Self published and indie published authors have a hard enough time being taken seriously Most work tirelessly to make their product the best it can possibly be No care or time was taken with this book, and I hope, for the author s sake, some ammends are made


  2. Sue Lyndon Sue Lyndon says:

    The Interloper was an enjoyable read that veered on the dark side, combining the perfect amount of mystery and a growing love between two mismatched strangers thrown together by circumstance Gretchen s life seems to be falling apart Soon after she buries her husband, the brother she didn t know he had Kane shows up with documents proving he owns everything she thought was now hers including having custody of her son Of course, Kane s solution is that they immediately get married She agre The Interloper was an enjoyable read that veered on the dark side, combining the perfect amount of mystery and a growing love between two mismatched strangers thrown together by circumstance Gretchen s life seems to be falling apart Soon after she buries her husband, the brother she didn t know he had Kane shows up with documents proving he owns everything she thought was now hers including having custody of her son Of course, Kane s solution is that they immediately get married She agrees because she fears losing her son, even though she knows nothing of this mysterious and stern man she must now call husband Kane is everything Gretchen s first husband wasn t and she finds out the hard way that he expects to be obeyed in all things Despite her initial dislike for him she can t help but be extremely attracted to him The mystery begins when Gretchen starts to suspect Kane really isn t her late husband s brother and deepens after they move to the city If you like a bit of mystery with your spanking romance novels, give this one a try


  3. Alicia Alicia says:

    Even though Gretchen s first husband was kind and lovig his brother was much stricter and had a very hard hand This book had a couple plot twists that kept it very interesting and made you wonder if they book was going to end well which of course it did.


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