Mills And Boon- At The Brazilian Command

by Susan Stephens


3.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

3.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

Description:

The “Playboy of Polo” needs a wife! Finding a date has never been a struggle for wealthy polo champion Tiago Santos. But now that he needs a wife, he’ll make sure he finds a woman who understands that this Brazilian stallion won’t be tamed! Practical, poised Danny Cameron is the perfect candidate. She sees the value of a union that provides investment in her business—with no false promise of the happily-ever-after she doesn’t believe in. But as their wedding night approaches, the sensual rhythm of the samba fills Danny with a longing…to experience all that Tiago’s enthralling Latin fire promises to unleash!

184
English
Genre, Romance

About The Author

Susan Stephens was a professional singer before meeting her husband on the tiny Mediterranean island of Malta.

In true romance style they met on Monday, became engaged on Friday and were married three months later. They are still very much in love, though Susan does not advise her three children to return home with a similar story as she may not take the news with the same fortitude as her own mother!

Susan had written several non-fiction books when fate took a hand. At a charity costume ball there was an after-dinner auction. One of the lots – ‘Spend A Day With An Author’ – had been donated by bestselling Mills & Boon author Penny Jordan. Susan’s husband bought this lot, and Penny was to become not just a great friend, but a wonderful mentor who encouraged Susan to write romance.

Susan loves her family, her pets, her friends and her writing. She enjoys entertaining, travel and going to theatre and concerts. She reads voraciously, knits, cooks and plays the piano to relax, and can also be found throwing herself off mountains on a pair of skis or galloping through the countryside.

Most of all Susan loves to hear from her readers all around the world!


Average Reader Rating

3.83 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings

Reader Reviews

6 reviews for Mills And Boon- At The Brazilian Command

  1. 3 out of 5

    “Good Book”

  2. 4 out of 5

    This was so much better than ‘In the Brazilian’s Debt’ and I actually enjoyed the story. The H is the playboy Brazilian polo player that we came across in the first book. He and the h had a bantering friendship whilst she was working and studying under the H from the first book and she’s also the best friend of the h in book 1. It’s not necessary to have read the first book (and I gave it 2 stars so I wouldn’t recommend it). The H is then required in terms of his grandfather’s will to get married and have a child in order to save the family ranch. The grandfather was sick of the H’s playboy lifestyle but was more concerned with heirs than whether or not the H kept a wife. The h meanwhile has a dream to have her own horse ranch but despite working long hard hours she is always giving her feckless mother all her money (a huge irritation for me because it made the h look a bit stupid for putting up with it). The H persuades the h to marry him for one year and in return he’ll give her more than enough cash for her own place and to support her mother.

  3. 4 out of 5

    What happens when the playboy of the polo world Tiago Santos, finds he may lose his family ranch in Brazil unless he marries. He finds Danny Cameron who is in need of funds and a home. While at the wedding of their friends the two meet again and Tiago realizes that Danny is the answer to his problem. However Danny has had a life of no one being there for her including her mother. She has always had to do for herself , but she agrees to marry him to have some security for one year. Trust and honesty is one of her demands for their marriage . When by accident she finds that Tiago may not have been totally honest with her she flees. What transpires is a man who realizes that he doesn’t want her just for the ranch but because he loves her. A wonderful story that finds two people that actually want the same things but didn’t realize it. a very good romance.

  4. 3 out of 5

    Susan Stephens never ceases to impress her readers with amazing romantic stories! At the Brazilian’s Command is a stunning story wrapped up within dollops of drama, angst and hot sexy scenes, giving this novel a refreshing touch. Tiago Santos portrays the role of a perfect alpha…however, Danny is the jewel in this story— she is strong, feisty and the perfect match for the headstrong hero! Overall, a worthy read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tiago and Danny are destined to fall in love but you’d never imagine this handsome, gaucho chasing any woman down. What starts out as an agreement quickly changes for Tiago. Will he find his voice in time? Will he give Danny her HEA!”Stephens’ heartrending tale takes place in both breathtaking Brazil and the picturesque Scottish Highlands, but it’s her heroine’s need for independence and her hero’s need to protect that shine”

  6. 5 out of 5

    Susan Stephens has kept the interest going in this duet of ‘Hot Brazilian Nights’ romances. However what detracted from the story was the name Danny a more masculine sounding name for a woman who was also shy in her own way and the earring sporting a macho man like Tiago ! Had these elements not been there then it would have been the perfect romance of this genre.The build up to the storyline and the issues were very delicately handled and with sensitivity. The love was evident in the couple from the very beginning of the story and resolved happily by the end . Well done !

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