Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Barbara Elsborg lives in Kent in the South of England. She always wanted to be a spy, but having confessed to everyone. Strangers: Ellora’s Cave This was good!! Really good. Buuttt I was able to put it down and go to sleep without dreaming about them. For the. When the worlds of these two strangers collide, their lives take an upward twist. In surviving Strangers. Front Cover. Barbara Elsborg. Ellora’s Cave Publishing.

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Two strangers meet, two lives are spared, two people hole up in an apartment screwing, eating their way through leftovers, and working jigsaw puzzles. View all 8 comments. In I’m a whore for British parlance and the banter in this one was a treat.

Reader Confessions Where did they go? Her characters worm their way in to your heart, and her writing keeps you turning pages until you get to the end. I bitch and moan, yet can’t seem to stop reading.

Kate from her past and Charlie from his present. Some of his past indiscretions are coming back to haunt him. I’ve even been offered a part in Crispies Two. She has her strong moments for most of the book, but her biggest weakness is Charlie.

The female character not so much. Subtract one point for a few several ridiculous cliches. Just What She Wants. Kate, particularly has been through so much heartaches and horrible things in her sstrangers, it was for me impossible to not roll my eyes every time she was revealing a secret to Charlie.


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I loved their moments together, their witty banter and the deep love that developed between these two that really had me at the edge of my seat. The story is basically about all these horrible people and events that have shaped Kate and Charlie’s lives and continue to use them for their own needs. This is a story that is labeled as erotica because it has explicit sex scenes with one or two slightly taboo happy times.

Kate and Charlie meet in the saddest of ways. There’s no trust, an unhealthy at least for Kate addiction disguised as love, and pure lust taken for genuine care. This book was WOW! When Love Won’t Die.

Barbara Elsborg (Author of Strangers)

I think all authors must be the same. I did leave the last book – Fight to Remember – with a hint about more family members at the end! They are in desperate need of someone to believe in them.

Ellsborg looking forward to it. That was an intense read! Barbara Elsborg lives in Kent in the south of England.

If you are having trouble finding the link to add a new thread, try this: I get that he was hurt and worried but he said some horrible things and the way he acted. Too late for Kate, anyway.

You are very welcomed and thanks for letting me know. You’re the best thing that’s ever happened to me! The first time, view spoiler [he about raped the poor elsborv hide spoiler ] and the second time view spoiler [left a bruise as well hide spoiler ].

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They were hilarious and they were sexy hot. I loved this story. For more reviews, visit my blog.

Return to Book Page. I haven’t read Vanity Fair – or if I did it was so many years ago I’ve forgotten. There are also numerous scenes that went somewhat like this and further strengthened my belief that these two are not good for each other at all: Which is entirely unfair but I was struggling to properly describe my overwhelming thoughts. Refresh and try again. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. So much so that I immediately bought and read several of her other books.

He even says that Richard, the guy who’d bet on her and played with her emotions, dodged a bullet in not marrying her and that she probably lied about him, too, anyway. Reviewers United — members — last activity Oct 30, Quotes by Barbara Elsborg.