Cartas de amor (El club Saint Row, #2)
Publish date: July 2011
Pages no: 346
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Victorian Soap Opera (#2)
Fortune-teller to the wealthy hopes that the man she married in a pagan wedding ceremony when she was 15 doesn't divulge her true identity to the public. They have not seen each other since he left her in London to make his riches abroad 12 years ago. Each blames the other for their marriage breakup...
Sadie Moon once fell in love, and got married, even though it wasn't fully legal, in her heart she committed herself to him, until he abandoned her, and so she decided to move on with her life, never expecting to cross paths with him again. However things never go as expected. Sadie Moon is a fortun...
Kathryn Smith is hit or miss for me. I really like the "reunited lovers" plot device, and I think Smith did a good job with it here. It was easy to see why both parties felt they were the ones who got abandoned. I really liked that Jack never stopped loving Sadie, and had no problem admitting it. He...
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