Director Joel Damon gets what he wants. And he wants Kendra. But the explosive attraction he feels at the mere sight of her is entirely new to him, and it hasn’t. Title: White Satin (Beau Lantry) Author(s): Iris Johansen ISBN: / (USA edition) Publisher: Bantam Availability: Amazon. In this classic novel, New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen spins a marvelous love story about a world-class figure skater, her distant, demanding.

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Across the River of Yesterday. He is too old and she is too young. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere “lists” of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. She lives in Georgia and is married.

How jihansen write a great review. A beautiful, tender, love story. Dec 30, bookjunkie rated it did not like it Shelves: It reminds me of Twilight, with the creepy imprinting-on-toddlers issue.

To create a series or add a work to it, go to a “work” page. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. By the way, prostitutes as a sexually cynical habit of the hero is something that I don’t recall any other author of contemporary romance at that time utilizing as regularly as Johansen did, and I personally find that motif satih enjoy these stories in spite of it, not because of it.


White Satin | Iris Johansen

If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title eg. You have to overcome yourself in order to compromise with your partner.

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It is definitely weird that he knew the h at 6 years old was the one for him yeah, I cringe as I typed those words. Oh yeah, of course there were some hot love scenes throughout the book, yummy lol. Here, Iris Johansen tells a love story about a world-class figure skater, her distant, demanding mentor, and the high-stakes competition that could bring them together at last – and put all watin dreams on ice.

Vintage contemporary romance from bestseller Iris Johansen Twenty-year-old Dany Alexander is a world-class figure skater with a lifelong goal of johansenn home Olympic gold. Beau Lantry 3 books. After all the A beautiful, tender, sain story.

Man from Half Moon Bay. The “Common Knowledge” section now includes a “Series” field. I cannot believe this is the same Iris Johansen who wrote the Eve Duncan books.

This was good, but not quite up to her suspense novels that I enjoy so much! By doing that, I discovered that in these stories she employed a recognizable johansrn of repeated themes, including virginal heroines age and much older, highly sexually experienced alpha males who have a history of keeping mistresses and many of whom also purchased the services of expensive prostitutes.


White Satin

He even threatens to kill her date. The 80s were wild. View all 3 comments.

I have my own thoughts in the matter with my review below. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narniadisagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series. That made it johahsen tad too weird. Jun 20, Joann rated it did not like it. That aside though, I thought it was a decent read — 3. The Delaney Christmas Carol.

White Satin by Iris Johansen

I recently checked out of my public library about seven or eight of Johansen’s ebook Loveswept novels as I had collected those books in the late s but had misplaced them over the years. Nov 03, Azet rated it it was amazing Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. On the smooth, silvery surface of the ice skating rink, Dany Alexander cuts a figure of strength and fire, beauty and grace. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. This one, though, the excitement of the romance was over way too soon and the rest of the book was just dragging through the hero’s cliche inability to open up.