Golden Paradise

Golden Paradise The Countess Lisaveta Lazaroff was not afraid of the whispers of polite society She had willingly surrendered her innocence to the sensual assault of the czar s most notorious general the darkly hand

  • Title: Golden Paradise
  • Author: Susan Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780373833580
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Countess Lisaveta Lazaroff was not afraid of the whispers of polite society She had willingly surrendered her innocence to the sensual assault of the czar s most notorious general, the darkly handsome Prince Stefan Bariatinsky Yet the lovely Lisaveta vowed she would never surrender to Stefan s demands to be her lord and master For although the prince was as undefeatThe Countess Lisaveta Lazaroff was not afraid of the whispers of polite society She had willingly surrendered her innocence to the sensual assault of the czar s most notorious general, the darkly handsome Prince Stefan Bariatinsky Yet the lovely Lisaveta vowed she would never surrender to Stefan s demands to be her lord and master For although the prince was as undefeated in the game of love as he was on the battlefield, Lisaveta was a woman determined to beat him at his own game and capture the heart of Russia s most unobtainable man forever.This book is intended for mature audiences.

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    • SueBee★bring me an alpha!★ says:

      ★★★★★! The Russian/Kuzan Family, book 4 of 4. Prince Stefan Bariatinsky & Countess Lisaveta’s against all-odds love-story during the Russo-Turkish War!US EDITION SERIES INFO & REVIEWRussian/Kuzan Family seriesBook 4Formats: USED paperback in US/UK. And Audiobook.(Kindle to be released worldwide in the future)The Russian/Kuzan Family series takes us to a less used setting, the Russian Empire following three generations of alpha males with amber eyes. The Kuzan family is Russia [...]

    • Elle says:

      The Countess Lisaveta Lazaroff was not afraid of the whispers of polite society. She had willingly surrendered her innocence to the sensual assault of the czar's most notorious general, the darkly handsome Prince Stefan Bariatinsky. Yet the lovely Lisaveta vowed she would never surrender to Stefan's demands to be her lord and master. For although the prince was as undefeated in the game of love as he was on the battlefield, Lisaveta was a woman determined to beat him at his own game and capture [...]

    • Mitzi says:

      Good book.

    • Nessa says:

      FOR ONCE I FELT THE LOVE WASNT FORCED!I have completed the Kuzan series and found it immeasurably pleasurable to read. It had all the heart-wrenching and bittersweet emotions of lust, passion, jealousy and a dash of romance. However the only thing that left me unsatisfied in the few Kuzan books were the repetitive of :Hero meets heroine - they fall in lust, have a long weekend of passionate sex - they end their liaison by circumstances - the heroine realises she is pregnant - hero is hunted down [...]

    • PurplyCookie says:

      Countess Lisaveta Lazaroff was a naive young lady when she accidentally meets Prince Stefan in the middle of a war. Stefan is on a month long furlough expecting to go back to his mountain retreat and spend days with his Gypsy lover. He is almost irritated when he comes upon and rescues Lisaveta, thinking she is annoying, educated and does not appear to be a looker. Well, is he wrong, back at his palace he finds she cleans up into a diamond of the first water and he immediately seduces her, well [...]

    • Amanda says:

      I've always been a big fan of Susan Johnson, especially her historicals. This one fell a little short for me. While I appreciated that amount of history that she installs in her books, this one seemed to have just a bit to much. It is a 'Russian' book, and while the history of that country is fascinating, the amount in this book was a little hindering of the plot. The hero and heroine were both interesting characters. But there were times that I felt they both were a little to shallow for their [...]

    • Theresa says:

      YASSSSSS. FINALLY. CHARACTERS I CAN ENJOY. Albeit naive, Lisaveta is so like able! She's intelligent, optimistic, realistic in her expectations for herself, and staunchly independent. I absolutely adore her (although her naïveté does grind a bit, it is easily ignored). While Stefan is spoiled rotten and overindulged, I was able to reconcile that due to the relationship dynamic he had with Lise. This book is A MUCH better read than the ones before it!

    • Jenny says:

      Loved it. A little unbelievable at time. But good.

    • Rachel says:

      My first romance novel. :)

    • Meaghan says:

      good but not great. very complicated plot with the fighting between the russians and turks.

    • Michele bookloverforever says:

      Heck of a series.

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