To Love a Man

To Love a Man Review

In this thrilling contemporary romance, a journalist discovers that she is out of her element in a world of war. Lisa Collins came to Africa to get a story, but what she got instead was a dramatic rescue from terrorists by a rugged soldier of fortune...

Title:To Love a Man
Edition Language:English

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    To Love a Man Reviews

  • MelissaB

    Worst. Hero. Ever!Sam, the “hero” was such a piece of work. Let me count the ways:- He rescues the heroine, Lisa, in a jungle where he is a mercenary. He seriously contemplates killing her just so...

  • Jacqueline J

    I picked this off of a list of books with a mean hero. Boy were they right. He was an ass to her for a large part of the book. Great reading if you're looking for that, which I was. This was a hero an...

  • Applefruit

    You will probably have a hard time putting this book down, even though you'll be rolling your eyes or groaning in irritation throughout. You can tell this is an older book (published circa 1985), so y...

  • Gisselle

    I found myself wanting to hurl this book at the wall a few times. I really dislike men -male chauvinist pigs- like Sam Eastman, and I could not stand Lisa's weak, low self-esteem behavior. I have enjo...

  • jenjn79

    I'm surprised that the average rating of this book is 4.00 (out of 6 votes). Generally I like Robards's books, but this one...UGH!For one thing, it used my least favorite plot device: stranded in the ...

  • Tressa

    First off, To Love a Man was written in the 1980s so a lot has changed since then. I had a difficult time relating to this story. I know that Lisa was sheltered and naïve, but I had such a hard time ...

  • Fre06 Begum

    I read this book knowing the guy was gonna be an arse but I was ok with it as I really like reading about that type......and yes Sam wants def a jerk but strangely enough it was Lisa that actually ann...

  • MBR

    39 year old Sam Eastman is a mercenary soldier working within the borders of Rhodesia, amidst the civil war that was taking place. A single father, Sam is determined that no job is too despicable if i...

  • Jane Thomson

    Karen Robards has written many excellent thriller romances. This is not one of them. Had I known it was written in the 1980s, I would not have borrowed it. The hero and heroine both displayed so many ...

  • The Word Nerd Reviews Blog

    I want to preface this by saying that I really, really enjoy Karen Robards' books. I think she is an amazing romantic suspense writer, but I honestly can't believe that she penned this one!When I real...