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!!> Reading ➹ My beautiful enemy ➱ Author Sherry Thomas – Submitalink.info In This Spellbinding Romance By The Acclaimed Author Of The Luckiest Lady In London, A Beautiful And Cunning Woman Meets Her Match In A Man Just As Dangerous And Seductive As She Is, Putting Both Her Heart And Her Future At Risk Hidden Beneath Catherine Blade S Uncommon Beauty Is A Daring That Matches Any Man S Although This Has Taken Her Far In The World, She Still Doesn T Have The One Thing She Craves The Freedom To Live Life As She Chooses Finally Given The Chance To Earn Her Independence, Who Should Be Standing In Her Way But The Only Man She S Ever Loved, The Only Person To Ever Betray Her.Despite The Scars Catherine Left Him, Captain Leighton Atwood Has Never Been Able To Forget The Mysterious Girl Who Once So Thoroughly Captivated Him When She Unexpectedly Reappears In His Life, He Refuses To Get Close To Her But He Cannot Deny The Yearning She Reignites In His Heart.Their Reunion, However, Plunges Them Into A Web Of Espionage, Treachery, And Deadly Foes With Everything At Stake, Leighton And Catherine Are Forced To Work Together To Find A Way Out If They Are Ever To Find Safety And Happiness, They Must First Forgive And Learn To Trust Each Other Again


10 thoughts on “My beautiful enemy

  1. Jill Jill says:

    4.5 starsWhen Catherine Blade arrives in England, the last person she ever thought she d meet again is Leighton Atwood Afterall, she d thought he was dead They d last seen each other eight years previously But her erstwhile friend, travelling companion and lover is very much alive, and engaged to an


  2. Navessa Navessa says:

    Gah JustGAH I don t have the words to do this duology justice They were, simply put, a masterpiece New favorite HROFALLTIME


  3. Jan Jan says:

    This was the second book in a duology I read the first one, The Hidden Blade, a few months ago, but have finally gotten to this one The first one was mainly about two children growing up in kinda parallel or connected circumstances In this book they re all grown up and we follow their beautiful romance The book takes p


  4. Lizzie Lizzie says:

    I increasingly feel Thomas is constrained by the artificiality of publishing a historical romance novel The Hidden Blade, a supposed prequel, was a better book by far, rich with small details that brought the interior life of its two protagonists to the fore In comparison, My Beautiful Enemy is telegraphic, jumping from plot poi


  5. Susana Susana says:

    It was good, but not great.Full review to come. Even taking into consideration the fact that I am used to an occidental pov, than an oriental one, it still doesn t explain the fact that I found this story somewhat lukewarm.I can t even give the explanation that I fell into this story without having read the previous story, because I did


  6. Caz Caz says:

    I ve given this a C for narration and B for content at AAR, which makes it a C overall 3.5 stars.I have to state upfront, that I m a Sherry Thomas fangirl of immense proportions I ve loved each and every one of her books including her recent YA titles and take delight in her skillful storytelling, her wonderful prose, the complexity of her characte


  7. Nina Nina says:

    A unique plot, riveting characters, and a heartfelt romance That s what you can expect from My Beautiful Enemy First and foremost, I highly recommend you start with the prequel, The Hidden Blade Although My Beautiful Enemy can be read as a standalone, understanding the background of Catherine s Ying Ying s turbulent childhood and Leighton s ind


  8. Edna Edna says:

    The romance Loved it so 5 stars regardless of the mortal enemy plot and jade tablets mystery which was okay, not perfect, but whatever I don t think it s entirely necessary to read the prequel but I highly recommend it because it really enhances this book You see the details of Catherine and Lin s history and also Catherine and Leighton s connection All those things t


  9. Wollstonecrafthomegirl Wollstonecrafthomegirl says:

    This is Sherry Thomas so right off the bat I want to emphasize that she writes very well She sets a scene with precision and paints a believable picture of late Victorian London, China and the East generally and a typical Sussex country House She writes strong dialogue Martial arts are not my thing, nor for that matter is the history of the East, but that aspect of this story w


  10. Feminista Feminista says:

    What a disappointment.There are so many things wrong with this book Firstly, both hero and heroine were not who they said they were, so just because the heroine found out who the hero was before he found out who she was, he left her All those promises and vows So useless Was that supposed to be romantic Because there was nothing romantic about it.At the end of the novel when they get tog


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