From an early age, Sabrina Courtney has had to fend for herself. And ever since the man who has always been like a brother to her suffered a medical tragedy, she’s been caring for him, too. Paying the bills with her NoveltyGram job, keeping them both afloat - that’s what matters to the trustworthy redhead.
So when Alex begins to ferociously pursue her, Sabrina is unimpressed. She’s certain that the mansion, the Italian sports car, and the smoldering eyes get him everything he wants and more from other women, but Sabrina is not like other women. She cannot even imagine falling for the billionaire - until she does.
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By Alisa on 01-11-12
An old romance gets new life.
Before Iris Johansen began her Eve Duncan novels of romantic suspense, she wrote a number of series romance novels in the mid 1980's for the Loveswept imprint. The Trustworthy Redhead is one of her 15 or so Loveswept stories set in the Kindgom of Sedikan. Each story introduces a set of characters who will then be added to the next story so that the reader can follow the interconnected families and stories. This story was early in the series (#3 I think) and introduces the leader of Sedikan, Alex Ben Rashid.
This is an old school "sweet" series romance. Not exactly Barbara Cartland, but definetly not Karen Marie Moning, JR Ward or even today's Iris Johansen. The storyline is fairly predictible, opposites attract, the men are alpha males, there are disagreements between the couple, and then the main characters realize their mistakes. Definetly not politically correct or a modern romance.
Other books later in the Sedikan series are offered by Audible with different narrators, to varying degrees of success according to the performance reviews. The change to Elisabeth Rodgers is a welcome addition to the series.
If you want a short, traditional 1980's series romance, this is a good story, well written and an interesting beginning to the series
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Rose on 11-11-12
A corny romance.
Where does The Trustworthy Redhead rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I rate it 8 out of 10.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Trustworthy Redhead?
The first time they made love.
Which scene was your favorite?
At the rodeo when David made a scene and when the rodeo was over and Sabrina learned she was being watched.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Billionaire and the belly dancer.
Any additional comments?
I enjoy romances like these. Reminds me of Harlequin romances from the 80's.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful