The Wanton

The Wanton

The Wanton They call her wanton a woman of wild and independent spirit But Trista Windham knows her heart and nothing can shatter her dreams For love in need she surrenders her innocence beneath a radiant sky

  • Title: The Wanton
  • Author: Rosemary Rogers
  • ISBN: 9780380861651
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Paperback
  • They call her wanton, a woman of wild and independent spirit But Trista Windham knows her heart and nothing can shatter her dreams.For love, in need, she surrenders her innocence beneath a radiant sky and binds her soul forever to Blaze Davenant, a dark and handsome man of dangerous secrets and startling secret passions Across perilous waters and through the ravThey call her wanton, a woman of wild and independent spirit But Trista Windham knows her heart and nothing can shatter her dreams.For love, in need, she surrenders her innocence beneath a radiant sky and binds her soul forever to Blaze Davenant, a dark and handsome man of dangerous secrets and startling secret passions Across perilous waters and through the ravaging fires of the Civil War, Trista must pursue a rapture that, once tasted, can never be forgotten and endure suffering only the strongest of hearts can bear in the cause of a love that comes but once in a lifetime.

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    There's a line, Rosemary Rogers -- and you crossed it! Bodice ripping I can deal with, okay. Even a little rougher than that sometimes. But when the heroine is drugged, committed to an asylum, gang-banged by a bunch of doctors . . . well, there's a line, Rosemary Rogers. And you crossed it!

    Ok. I reread this book. I did finish it. I read the reviews also, and I think most of them are correct in their assessment. It is truly a hard book to follow. I'm not really sure the exact reasons why, but I'll try to give my thoughts. I was confused at the delivery I guess of the story. Each "scene" would start out, and you would think, where is this coming from, then at the end of that "scene" she would kind of explain it. For instance, when Fernando "kidnapped" her, the story read they were o [...]

    This was the first "adult" novel I read. Sadly. I felt pretty violated, but my sadistic teenage curiosity won out and I finished it. A happy ending doesn't make up for everything else in the book.

    Pretty sure this came out before 1985, I'm thinking 1980 or late 70's, stole it from my mother and re-read it several times.WOW!!!!

    Do you enjoy rape? Stupid decisions? Being beaten into submission? Well, if you answered yes to those questions, this is the book for you! This book was so unbelievably dumb. It started with interesting potential it had me invested and interested in the story and then out of nowhere, Bam! The main character, Trista is propositioned by her horny stepbrother and almost raped. She meets a man she despises, and then later gives him her virginity. That's only the beginning of the madness that is this [...]

    This was my first dub-con, non-con, YA, NA, kidnap, BDSM and taboo book ever and I loved it so much!!!So utterly tame compared to lots of other fare, it was the subject matter that sparked my imagination, and I read it over, and over, and over again. I still have my original hard copy and still read it ever once in a whileThis starts with a very young girl and her aunt's lover. They are the love story, but they go through so much, together and apart. It is a sagaA vicious stepbrother, who lusts [...]

    There was no continuity in plot.There was typical RR stuff like abuse,kidnappingbut the bigamous relationships left me very confused.Isn't it a sin in that era????whatever,this is not for somebody who is expecting a good plot development.There were too many loose ends.

    I would have really liked to see this book before her editor got it. It had to be a big hot mess. Even after it was really, really hard to follow.

    I remember reading The Wanton as an early teen (13 maybe). I found it hidden in a bedside drawer and once I started reading I realized why. I thought it was crazy hot then and, at 37 I still think the same thing. I mean c'mon look at that cover. What early 90's teenager could resist reading this when their parents weren't home? When it comes to stupid, there are times the main character, Trista, takes the cake, especially when it involves her stepbrother, Fernando. In her defense (and at the beg [...]

    It was a difficult book to read, and the 3 stars are for the first half of the book. I don't mind bodice ripper element at all, but I felt that RR wrote this book in few different states of mind, and initially she gave detailed description to incidents but than she just hurried the story and forgot how to make it coherent.

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