Shattered by the death of her father, who held the secret formula for mining silver, Diana McFarland engages in a battle of wills with Seguin Torres--a man determined to possess the formula--and as dark secrets are revealed, Diana and Seguin succumb to the undeniable passion that flares between them...
|Title||:||Love Me Only|
|Number of Pages||:||382 Pages|
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Love Me Only Reviews
Love Me Only by Hebby Roman is an inspiring historical book full of adventure, deceit, and treasured true love. Diana and Sarah, best friends are separated at a young age due to Diana's father's job termination in The States.Years later these two young ladies meet again in a new country, Mexico, were they will be each other's rock and saving grace as unforeseen events just continue to snowball. A stranger in a foreign land Diana must protect the only thing her father left behind after he was brutally murdered, his formula for the silver mining process. Many want it, especially Seguin, but who can she trust, who murdered her father, and how will she and her mother go on from this horrendous event?Sarah lives a life of near princess status with her parents, but she falling hard for Gilberto, who her parents seem to regard as a "Don Juan" type.Don Carlos is Gilberto's father and Seguin's evil step-father, and he's not stopping until he gets what he desires. As events heat up, Diana and Sarah's lives they will be intertwine with Sequin and Gilberto in a game of deceit, revenge, and war.A civil war has broken out between The French and Mexico's Juarista's and no one is safe, even with rank, prestige, and nobility, everyone is at their own mercy. The wonderful history incorporated in this book of Mexico and The Native Aztec is stellar. The extraordinary love story revealed is amazing. I refuse to spoil this book for those who haven't read it, but I do guarantee it will warm your heart and have you believing that destiny and fate conquers all. A beautiful enriching story of true love that knows no boundaries and will not perish, no matter what obstacles steps into their paths.
In this well written historical adventure romance, there is revenge, intrigue, murder and revolution. The writer takes one into the interesting, if violent, times just before the Mexican war in 1865. Diana and her mother arrive in Mexico to the news that her father, James McFarland, has just been murdered and whilst it would appear that the motive is robbery, nothing has been taken. Diana suspects that whoever was in his room was looking for his secret scientific formula that would expedite the process of producing silver. When the enigmatic Seguin Torres arrives at the hotel at the same time as Diana, she suspects that he might be behind her father’s murder and she proceeds with the utmost caution. The story takes on so many twists and turns that the reader could easily get lost in the plots within plots, but the writer has the ability keep her audience’s attention and to keep one fully involved. Ultimately Diana is forced to rely on Seguin, especially when it would seem that her own life is in danger and the real villain is being thwarted at every turn. I found the background to this book interesting and it kept me almost as riveted as the story-line itself. I loved Suguin’s character and his ability to push aside his feelings about intelligent women, which is just as well as Diana refuses to be left out of negotiations and adventures. This is a really enjoyable and informative book. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.
It takes a lot to annoy and bore me but this one has been one long and tedious read. The descriptive narrative is fine so is the story, concept or plot line BUT I can't help but think or have the feeling that the love scenes are forced (in fact most are even unnecessary and I could do with less) and were just inserted after the main plot was written, and this is telling. The ladies are slightly sluttish given the timeline (and their back stories/origins~Sarah's European education is still Victorian, Paris notwithstanding, and Diana's mother's parents are Southern Baptists?/conservatives?) and I can not relate to anyone character on this book except maybe for James Gilbert (Pepito) Aguirre and maybe admire the landscape and appreciate the history. Other than the aforementioned, this book lacks something vital.P.S. ~ "I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review."