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    Read & download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Penny Jordan The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan The H is a sorry cheating nematode parasite bastard who has a near death experience and suddenly reforms The h is the stupid cow that puts up with his garbage AND meets a better man AND still doesn't dump his cheating ass even after he rejects her AGAIN after his 'reformation' I would have respected her if she had stayed for his money and his parent's really nice house but not shagged him every chance she got even knowing he sle

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    The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan First off hate books with a PASSION where there is obvious cheating from either Hh in a novel that said and I knew what I was reading when this book arrived in the mail todayRead this book in one sittingI Hated the hero Max Crighton in this book by Penny Jordan and to say Hate is a gross understatementNever had I read a

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    Read & download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Penny Jordan Penny Jordan â 2 Review The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan I’m uite satisfied that I dusted this book off my 'books to avoid' shelf and read it Knowing the non H was a d bag like no other made it easier for me to bear the astonishing cruelties he heaps on the h I wouldn’t even rate it a romance per se a 'diary of a spoilt sociopath' for 60 70% of the book Many times he seemed like a cartoonish caricature of the schoolyard bully who finds gratification in mindless

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    The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan Maddy the doormat and Max the psychopathschizophrenic I'm going to click off the 'read' button even though I skimmed most of this god

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    Penny Jordan â 2 Review Read & download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Penny Jordan The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan Maddy actually annoyed me with her pathetic behaviour and lack of pride or spine

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    The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan Okayyy cheating hero was not really my thing Halfway through the book I was like What the hell is this? Oh my gosh This book was totally horrifying Dude seriously what's wrong with you? I am actually considering D

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    The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan Max and Maddy didn't spend enough time together so Max falling in love with Maddy so soon after he'd adopted his new outlook on life seemed forced Yes the two had been married for a while but I need to see my her

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    The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan I expected this book to be bad but still fun to read I was wrong It wasn't bad it was awful and not in a fun way The Perfect Sinner is an insult to lovers of the romance genreI think the author was going for a Christmas Story type of book where the hero was a complete jerk except instead of being haunted by ghosts of Christmas past he gets his a kicked leading him to a near death experience where he 'sees the

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    Penny Jordan â 2 Review The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan I really hated this hero He didn't appreciate anything he had and he treated his wife like dirt I think that she was nuts to allow him anywhere near her again If it only took a life or death miracle to cure him from being a pompous twat than someone should of stabbed him a long time ago

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    Read & download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Penny Jordan The Perfect Sinner (E–pub Free) × Penny Jordan Penny Jordan â 2 Review I would feel I was being a little unfair with the one star rating because I am judging this as a romance which it

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The Perfect Sinner

Read & download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Penny Jordan The Perfect Sinner Download ´ 2 Penny Jordan â 2 Review Prominent lawyer Max Crighton has it all money power the perfect home life But for a man add to the dark and dangerous side of sexual attraction isn't enough He goes from affair to aff. First off hate books with a PASSION where there is obvious cheating from either Hh in a novel that said and I knew what I was reading when this book arrived in the mail todayRead this book in one sittingI Hated the hero Max Crighton in this book by Penny Jordan and to say Hate is a gross understatementNever had I read a character who was so mean and hateful not only towards his wife and 2 children but this guy hates his entire family and the feelings are entirely mutualeven his own little son cringes at the site of his fatherThis is a man who told his wife to abort his own children as he felt jealous that they were stealing the affections of his own GrandfatherHe constantly berated his wife and has made her feel totally worthless as a wife and as a lover not that they had sex that muchHe even told her that he had never married her for love only for her family connectionsThis man was so in love with him self you really wanted him to get his just deserts and did he everHe gets brutally beaten and left for dead on a Jamacian beach with his young cousin as his Father is at his bedside our H experiences a near death experience and is now a man changed who LOVES his children wife and familypleaseeeewhile all this is happening his wife has found her backbone and has met a man who appreciates her and her childrenshe feels something for him and her chlidren like himBut they are not to be as the h finds out what has happened to her husband and when he comes back home she is confused as to how to get a handle on this new and improved MaxThe heroine was never sexually unfaithful to her husbandbut I am sure if the H was not beaten up she would have left him and took up with the other manand I would be cheering her onmy thoughts on this bookI am not sure if this couple can have a happilyever afterSome books you are so sure of a couple s lovebut in this book even though they loved each other they never said it to each other in the end was left hanging at the last sentanceWill proably have to read the next book in this series to find out if they get their HEAThe h in this book really deserved one if she is to get stuck with that SOB

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Read & download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Penny Jordan The Perfect Sinner Download ´ 2 Penny Jordan â 2 Review Air seducing his grateful female clients putting his charmed life style at riskThen his luck runs out Max is brutally attacked And the man who comes home from the hospital is a strange. Okayyy cheating hero was not really my thing Halfway through the book I was like What the hell is this Oh my gosh This book was totally horrifying Dude seriously what s wrong with you I am actually considering DNFing this one But surprisingly I find myself still curious to know what happens next And when finished it I decided to give it only 1 star So why I rated it three The ending totally left me hanging So I decided to read the next book and the next and the next until the last book in the series Well not really read them Because I didn t actually care about the entire book I only read the part about Max and Maddy because I really really want to know what happened to them to their marriage to their familyOh yes everything went well with them Max was now totally irrevocably in love with Maddy He was the epitome of a perfect husband and father He did a complete 180 he have completely given up his old ways And you could really say that he genuinely loves her and their children and he was totally devoted to them It wasn t only Max who changed Maddy changed as well she didn t reverted to her previous role of full time wife and mother and having a low self esteem She s blossomed into a confident woman They were now eual partners in their marriage Max didn t just love her he respected her as well They make a perfect couple And it was really nice to see them close and intimate and loving and how they teases each other Book 10 Coming Home Indigestion Max s eyes danced with laughter That s what marriage does for you The woman you love stops seeing you as someone who is sexually exciting andthinks of you instead as someone with indigestionI wouldn t say that Maddy responded with a small smileNo Max uestioned his voice muffled as he took her in his arms and buried his mouth in the warm soft creamy cooking scented curve of her throatNooooo Maddy sighedWhere are one two and three he murmured against her throat as he nibbled hungrily referring to their three childrenAt your mother s Maddy told him huskilyMmmlet s go upstairsIf any man s going to be crying on my wife s shoulder it s going to be meAs she looked up from the sauce she was making Maddy teased You aren t getting jealous are younot of CasparNot of Caspar Max mimicked back No Then whom should I be getting jealous ofNo one Maddy protestedNo I m not jealous Max told her with a smile I d just rip apart any man who tried to take you away from meI like it when you get all possessive about me It makes me feel She wriggled and protested as Max crossed the kitchen and took her in his arms You make mefeel horny he told her trenchantly Forget supper I want to eat you and then Max Maddy said laughing The childrenNo I don t want to eat them Max replied mock seriously relenting as he suggested Give them their supper and let them watch that wretched video they ve been going on about and then you and I Max Maddy warnedI ll go out and get you your favourite take away he promised It s Saturday night Married couples always have sex on Saturday nightNo they don t Maddy protested Most of them have it on Sunday morningMmm Max lifted his mouth from the warm curve of her throat where he had buried it Well we can do that as well I don t mind he offered obliginglyIf he s been upsetting you Maddy he protested with concern as she suddenly started to cry My darling girl what is it What s wrongWhatever his grandfather had done to upset her he Max was going to make sure the old man made reparation for it with no allowances being made for his ageMaddy Maddy please tell me what s wrong If looking after this place and Gramps is too much for you just say so We ll move somewhere smaller What do we need with a damn great barn like this anyway A decentsized modern house with four bedrooms and What on earth is it he demanded as Maddy suddenly started to shake in his arms Anxiously he held her just far enough away from himself to be able to look down into her face When he did so instead of still crying as he had expected she actually seemed to be laughing if a little hystericallyWe can t she was saying tearfully Four bedrooms wouldn t be enough Not now WeWewhat he began and then stopped as he saw the faint flush of colour staining her face and the almost bashful look in her eyesI m pregnant Max she told him II should have guessed I suppose but with being so busy and things never having gone uite back to normal after Jason s birth I didn t wasn t But I had to go for a regular check up today and when I was there You re pregnant Max repeated bemused But We weren t planning for another I know Maddy interrupted him butwell I wasn t you didn tand Blushing like a schoolgirl she told him simply When you touch me I forget about being a sensible married woman and mother and IMax stop looking at me like that she scolded him breathlessly then gave a small sueak of protest as Max pulled her determinedly against him He started to kiss her one hand splayed against her back the other resting tenderly on the small swelling of her stomachAnother baby he whispered Oh my God Maddy You know what this means don t you he demanded as he swung her round in his arms his eyes alight with love and laughterMmmwe won t be able to move to a smaller house Maddy answered wrylyNo worse than that Max told her bending his head to whisper in her ear as he said jokinglyFirst Jason and now this baby Everyone s going to know we just can t keep our hands off each otherOh Max Maddy laughed in protest You I whatYou re teasing me but are you sure you don t mindMind Why should I mind You re the one who s going to be carrying it for nine months All I have to do is look proud and accept everyone s congratulations Mmm I wonder what it is about knowing that your wifeyour womanis having your child that makes a man feel so very much a man Something deep rooted and atavistic I suppose Book 11 Coming Home What is it What s happened What s wrong Max asked her anxiously as he smoothed her hair back off her face and cupped it his gaze searching hers as his heart hammered against his ribsShe was so precious to him so very much beloved the bedrock on which his life was now builtWhilst Maddy tried haltingly to explain the situation Max tried and failed to comprehend how he could possibly endure his own life if he were to lose her All the sins of his own past came back to him this was his deepest and most secret dread this fear that somehow the same fate which had given him so much forgiven him so much should choose with savage and inescapable malignancy to punish not him but those he loved most and of all those that he did love Maddy was his most belovedIn his logical moments he knew his fears were unfounded and illogical but the same change of heart which had shown him the error of his old ways and opened the locked door in his heart to show him the true meaning of love had also opened that same door to show him fear fear not for himself but for those he loved You had chosen my life above our baby s and you say there was no need for me to knowMaddy please try to understand Max begged her desperately leaving his desk to go to her watching white faced as she stepped back from him ignoring the silent appeal of his outstretched hand I couldn t bear the thought of losing you even though He was the one who had to turn away now as his own feelings overwhelmed himEven though what Max Maddy demanded her voice was as sharp with pain as hisEven though I knew you would hate me for choosing you above the baby Max admitted The children we already have need you and I There s no way I could bear to live without you he told herDo you think it s been easy for me he demanded when she made no response Do you think I haven t suffered cursed myself in my heart over and over againhated myself In my worst moments I ve even imagined that He stopped unable to tell her about the true awfulness of his nightmares Max closed his eyes Having admitted so much he might as well admit the rest And if you want the truth Maddy if I had to live through the whole hellish thing again I d still makethe same choice I thought I was strong but I m not I m selfish and weak You re my life MaddyDon t say any Maddy begged him Max waited tensing his body against the pain of seeing her walk away from him of knowing that he had destroyed her love for him But to his astonishment Maddy was actually walking towards him When she reached him she lifted her hand to his face her eyes luminous with emotion as she touched his skinIt shocked her that he could have borne so much pain without saying anything to her She had known of course how much he loved her and their children but the raw naked intensity anddepth of the emotion she was now seeing came as a revelation to herI can t bear knowing that I wanted to destroy our child he told her emotionally And I don t can t blame you if you hate me for it MaddyI don t hate you Maddy told him softly adding and Max it wasn t our child you wanted to destroy it was me you wanted to saveAs she watched him Maddy could see from his expression that she hadn t managed to reassure himHis voice cracking with pain Max told her I even actually thoughtwanted He stopped groaning Then covering his face with his hands he said thickly I wished that this child had never been conceived He drew a deep shaky breath And now he stopped and then told her harshly it haunts and torments me Maddy that somehow he or she will know and thatwhen it is born it will be born hating me forfor what I contemplated doingMax Maddy s voice rang with shocked compassion No you mustn t think thatI should have been the one to protect you both and not But I couldn t bear the thought of losing you Maddy and now I can t bear to think that this child when it is born will believe Max stop it Maddy commanded him firmly Wrapping her arms around him and holding himtightly she whispered to him You re torturing yourself unnecessarily Look at me she demanded The unfamiliar note of command in her voice surprised Max into obeying her The tears had gone from her eyes now and they were clear and calm I promise you Max this baby if it knows anything will know that it was conceived in love created out of loveour love for one another and for itI was so afraid that if you knew what I d feltwhat I would have doneyou d stop lovingme Max confessed as the loving reassurance of her words soothed his anguish like cooling healing balm applied to a raw festering woundMaddy looked at him steadily her eyes full of the feelings she wanted him to see As she sueezed his hand she told him shakily There is nothingnothing you could do that could stop me loving you nowMaddyMaddyAs she lifted her face for his kiss Maddy felt the dampness of his tears on her faceWe re safe now Max she whispered reassuringly to him We re all safe and this baby will love you just as much as I do

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Read & download Ô PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Penny Jordan The Perfect Sinner Download ´ 2 Penny Jordan â 2 Review R to his wife Maddy to his children and to himself Can Maddy trust this man who now desperately wants them to be a family Should she believe that this perfect sinner has truly repented. I expected this book to be bad but still fun to read I was wrong It wasn t bad it was awful and not in a fun way The Perfect Sinner is an insult to lovers of the romance genreI think the author was going for a Christmas Story type of book where the hero was a complete jerk except instead of being haunted by ghosts of Christmas past he gets his a kicked leading him to a near death experience where he sees the light and has a complete turnaround in his attitude towards life and the people in his life First of all the turnaround felt like a personality transplant which didn t feel like it rang true Secondly this personality transplant happened approximately 70 75% of the way through which did not give him nearly enough time to make amends to the people in his life that he hurt and he hurt many people very badly with his downright cruel waysIn addition to the hero being completely unredeemable in my opinion the heroine was not much better She had the personality of a limp dish rag She put up with the hero s emotional abuse without ever standing up for herself or even without contemplating that she should leave himMy intention isn t to blame the victim however it got on my nerves that she didn t consider leaving him for several reasons For starters he wasn t only emotionally abusive to her but to their infant children as well Their son i m guessing he was around 4 5 was terrified of the father and at the same time yelled at the father if he came close to the mother When the hero wasn t being mean to the children he was completely ignoring him There is no way that those children were not impacted by that kind of abuse especially at such young ages when they absorb everything like a sponge That she didn t consider leaving him just to save her children from his abuse really pssed me off She also never stood up to him when he was being awful to the children Has she no protective instincts whatsoeverThe second reason she should have left him or at least made attempts to leave him is because she had her own money We learn that the reason he married her in the first place is because she came from a rich family and she had tons of money from her parents This isn t a case where a woman struggles to leave an abusive husband because she has nowhere to go She came from a place of privilege and would continue to live that kind of lifestyle even after leaving his sorry aThe third reason she should have left him is that she had a support system from HIS family His own mother and other close family members told her that she should leave him and that they d support her if she left him Again this isn t a case where a woman has nowhere to turn to The family loved her and knew she was being treated terribly by her husband It s not as if she d be alone in the world raising two small children She could have stayed in close contact with the family while still leaving him especially because he lived in London and only visited the family a few times per year ie holidays weddings when he had no choice but to make an appearanceThose three reasons on their own are strong enough for the heroine to leave someone who is abusing her and her children Yes it s emotional abuse and not physical abuse but the emotional abuse he inflicts on them was severe and cruel Examples initially told her to have an abortion when she got pregnant with the first child Then he decides that having kids is to his advantage when he has affairs with his female clients so he can tell them if they get to clingy that he can t leave his wife because he has kids and then the women coo what a great father and husband he is to be so devoted also this sht was published in 1999 he would have been disbarred very uickly after screwing around with the first few female clients I m a lawyer in Canada and though our law society rules may be a bit different than in the UK sleeping around with multiple clients would be seen as a huge breach of professional conduct tries to take a comfort toy away from the little boy Leo because he thinks the boy is too old to cuddle with it goes to a school playproduction the boy is in and forces the mother to take Leo home right after instead of letting him play with the other children and have some snacks even though the mother tells him that Leo was looking forward to it when the hero forces his wife to have sex with him he gets her horny enough to do the deed but only gets himself off and even though he knows how to get her off he refuses to do it knowing that she ll sneak off to the bathroom to finish herself off and then mock her when she comes back telling his wife how awful she is in bed and that the women he fcks behind her back are so much better even though we get to see his perspective and we find out that he does in fact enjoy how she is in bed but he enjoys humiliating her even sooooooo many examples of how he s awful to the wife and kids and the wife does absolutely nothing about itMaddy s the heroine wet dishrag personality was also annoying because while we d get some of her thoughts during her POV she rarely spoke when she was having conversations with people We re told how smart and capable she is and yet whenever she s in a room with someone she just sits and staresThen when her idiot husband takes off on a trip to Jamaica for about 7 8 weeks and this is where he gets beat up she meets nice guy Griff who falls for her immediately He s gentle and encouraging with her and makes an effort with her kids Maddy sees how her kids start blooming under Griff s attention because it is so different from what they re used to with their father This is when she considers getting a divorce but this thought is short lived because the hero returns from his trip a changed manThe problems I had with the changed man part of the story is that as stated above it happens far too late in the story and he doesn t actually make amends for his wrongs Everyone around him his large family and wife are so amazed by his personality transplant that they straight away accept him as this new person They act as if they re so grateful that for once he s not treating them like sht that they better not look a gift horse in the mouth and just accept him for who he is nowMaddy tells him that she doesn t trust the new him uite yet and needs time to accept the idea Except that she doesn t actually do that She s fawning over him like everyone else is because wow he s so nice now lucky usI could not accept that because of how awful he was before No one is perfect and I could understand if he was a generally ok person but did some shtty things that hurt his family and then realized how much he was hurting them In this case he was so awful that merely having this realization and changing his attitude would not be enough to make amends to the people he hurt It would take a long time to heal that kind of pain Also I thought that Maddy should have been happy that he s now involved with the kids and is a much better person but she should have left him to be with someone who cares about her Even after he has his realization he knows that his and Maddy s relationship is not a love match and that he doesn t really want her until he sees her and realizes that she might leave him So he wanted to take part in his kids lives but was ready to let Maddy go until the last 20 pages or so And on top of that she was the one who went to bed with him in his room to let him know that she forgave him Fck thatOk rant over

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  • The Perfect Sinner
  • Penny Jordan
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  • 01 February 2020
  • 9781551665153