Ruthlessly Bedded, Forcibly Wedded
Multimillionaire Vincenzo Valentini believed Cara Brosnan played a role in his sister's downfall. He sought her out to make her pay. He seduced her, revealed his identity—and cruelly discarded her.But Cara has done no wrong. She's shocked and mortified that she gave her virginity so willingly to... show more
Multimillionaire Vincenzo Valentini believed Cara Brosnan played a role in his sister's downfall. He sought her out to make her pay. He seduced her, revealed his identity—and cruelly discarded her.But Cara has done no wrong. She's shocked and mortified that she gave her virginity so willingly to the ruthless Vincenzo. To make matters worse, she's just discovered she's expecting—and now the dark-hearted Italian is claiming her once more…this time as his wife!
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 8th 2009
Pages no: 184
Edition language: English
This is quite similar to my favorite Green book [b:The Brazilian's Blackmail Bargain|1934240|The Brazilian's Blackmail Bargain|Abby Green|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1342768560s/1934240.jpg|1936709] (the characters from that even make an appearance) but the balance is kind of off here...
Another in memorium read. Decent enough, but think that it had potential to be much, much better.
A very enjoyable Abby Green. The hero is a jerk in the beginning, loads of mis-understanding, seduction leading to a pregnancy, the usual HP fare. He marries her for family's sake and then gradually starts noticing that she doesn't behave the way he expected her to. Tries to let her go when he reali...
Revenge as a plot in a romance has a powerful allure for me. It's built-in tension. And I love tension in my romances. Vincenzo has every reason to hate Cara. He believes that she's partly responsible for his sister's death, and he plans to make her pay. When he meets Cara, he is affected in a way...
As much as I read, I'd never heard the term "category romance" until a few days ago, when I discovered the eHarlequin bookstore.. Oh, how my pocketbook is going to regret that discovery lolThere's just something about a short novel that's easy to read, easy to pick back up from where you left off, a...
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