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At the Argentinean Billionaire's Bidding (International Billionaires series Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

India Grey
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Argentinean billionaire Alejandro D'Arienzo has fresh prey: heiress Tamsin Calthorpe. He sees her as a ravishing but spoiled beauty who destroyed his past—and he's ready to settle the score!

What Alejandro doesn't know is that Tamsin loved him, hiding her naïveté under the guise of willful sophistication. Now a talented designer, she's working hard to prove herself, despite her pedigree. But her credibility is in the hands of merciless Alejandro, who offers an ultimatum: her name in ruins, or her body in his bed….


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    • File Size: 475 KB
    • Print Length: 192 pages
    • Publisher: Harlequin Presents (March 1, 2009)
    • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B001UFP5LS
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #374,347 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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    5.0 out of 5 stars A Romance Junkie November 13, 2011
    Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
    This book was positively awesome and this was the second time I read it. Lady Tamsin fell in love with Alejandro D'Arienza six years prior when she was eighteen years old. Alejandro was a rugby player for England her dad managed the team. I don't want to tell you the story and spoil it for you but things happened or didn't happen that night depending who's telling the story that shaped the lives of these two. I loved Alejandro, he was rich, handsome, arrogant and oh so macho. He hated Tamsin and she was fighting to hate him right back. Needless to say they both lost that battle big time, oh but what a great game they played!!!! I also like Tamsin very much because she was feminine, beautiful, had an explosive temper and backbone. I wish more books had heroines like her. I gave this book five stars and recommend it highly.
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    2.0 out of 5 stars This couple can barely tolerate each other February 3, 2011
    Format:Mass Market Paperback
    I had a difficult time liking either one of the leading characters of this novel. They never appealed to me, both were stubborn, jumped to conclusions and seemed like they could barely stand each other. I have never been a huge fan of the couple who actively despise one another then suddenly fall in love, there has to be understanding and empathy between the leads for me to believe all is forgiven and this usually takes more than a few pages to be convincing.

    Argentinian rugby player Alejandro D'Arienzo is a world class athlete but for some reason he is unliked by the British rugby coach who is looking for a way to get him kicked off the team. The coach's daughter, Tamsin Calthorpe, has a mad crush on Alejandro and tries her wiles on him at a function in her home. Her father gets wind of it and throws Alejandro off the team but Tasmin never makes the connection between her almost rendezvous with the handsome Spaniard and her father's decision. Instead she is petulantly angry that he never took her up on her seduction after he appeared to be so interested.

    Tasmin at times appears flighty. She is not great at understanding cause and effect. She does not make these causal connections in this novel and there are several of them, like why Alejandro left her and why was he kicked off the squad, and how she wins a lucrative clothing contract for her father's team. Her business skills are not on target either, she puts herself in a terrible time constraint by producing the first batch of shirts for her father's team practically the day before they were to be worn. The first batch of shirts had a dye problem forcing her to make shirts quickly and she never even had enough for substitutes on the team.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Such a pleasure to have a romance worth reviewing March 29, 2014
    Format:Mass Market Paperback
    What a love story! With the storm of mis-understandings. The fury of betrayals. The undercurrents of deceit. The fragility of love, the power of love.

    My hands down, life worthy moment in any romance when Alejandro loves Tamsin thru her horrific scarring. This story has the power to change the way we hide our scars, view other peoples scars. It teaches us to embrace, love and revere scars - to wear them like a badge of honour. Because it shows how strong we have become. The lead up to when Alejandro takes Tamsin through her fear of horses is mesmerising.
    The love scenes are tender, without the bullying malice or the over-the-top sex-sationalising common to many romance novels. India Greys writes the loveliest tribute to the beauty of pregnancy -' the air of voluptuous, milky contentment that cocooned Serena (Tamsin's sister) in her final weeks of her pregnancy'. Gorgeous!

    The 2 star reviewer, Melissa, nails the attraction of romance novels when she notes the couple can barely tolerate each other. The all-out, teeth gritting, feisty confrontations between Alejandro and Tamsin are worthy of word fencing duets. Melissa also details Tamsin breathy approach to her business as well as not performing very well under pressure. I thought the scene where Tamsin hopelessly packs her 'one bag only'! was hilarious and Melissa's review takes it to another level. Made me enjoy the very lovely, not always on the ball heroine even more The part where Tasmin is searched at customs is priceless. Even though she is mortified, and fuels Alejandro with further reason to scorn her, I LOL at her on-going haplessness What a crack-up. Melissa's ability to over-view the story (I'm in awe of this skill) allows the reader to get the most out of this romance.
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