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4.0 out of 5 stars enjoyable
Not A Marrying Man is the 19th stand-alone romance novel by Australian author, Miranda Lee. When the boutique hotel where Amber Roberts works is taken over by British billionaire, Warwick Kincaid, she abandons her fiancé, job and family to be with him. But Warwick is a notorious womaniser, and when she has been living with him for ten months, she can tell he is...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Miranda Lee failed.
I really didn't care for either of the main characters, but gave it a one star because I'm so annoyed with the author.

Amber didn't have depth, there was nothing to her really other than mistress to a rich man. Why did she quit her job? What's there to love about Warwick? There was at least the attempt to make Warwick into a tortured rich soul, but still...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Miranda Lee failed., May 2, 2011
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I really didn't care for either of the main characters, but gave it a one star because I'm so annoyed with the author.

Amber didn't have depth, there was nothing to her really other than mistress to a rich man. Why did she quit her job? What's there to love about Warwick? There was at least the attempt to make Warwick into a tortured rich soul, but still fell flat.

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What really annoyed me and made me hate this book was that Warwick was trying to alienate Amber so she wouldn't suffer when he would become afflicted with Familial Alzheimers Disease in ten years, when he is 50. He didn't have the genetic test, but he had a doctor that said with his family history it would be extremely unlikely for him not to have it? I didn't know a 50% chance was extremely unlikely. The author took a serious disease and trivialized it, making up facts for her offset story line. If you want to make something more dramatic by altering and sensationalizing a disease, then make up an entirely new disease rather than irritating and offending anyone with any knowledge or experience with the real disease.
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4.0 out of 5 stars enjoyable, November 10, 2013
Not A Marrying Man is the 19th stand-alone romance novel by Australian author, Miranda Lee. When the boutique hotel where Amber Roberts works is taken over by British billionaire, Warwick Kincaid, she abandons her fiancé, job and family to be with him. But Warwick is a notorious womaniser, and when she has been living with him for ten months, she can tell he is trying to ease out of their relationship. Warwick believes he has a good reason to limit his relationships, but Amber has fallen in love, and he cares enough not to hurt her. Then a fall puts them both in a challenging situation. This sexy Aussie romance has a feisty heroine and a plot that takes a turn or two. The hero seems a little naïve regards his heritage and the genetic testing aspect sounds a little dubious. Apart from that, an enjoyable read.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three and half star, June 21, 2011
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The book wasn't that bad, i would give it a 3.5 rating.
Yes the hero is cruel and despicable at times but hey this is harlequin romance, the hero are suppose to be dominant, arrogant, and egoistic.Unlike Sara Craven, where you don't get to know the hero feeling and thinking, Miranda does explain the feelings of the hero toward the heroine and explain why he act the way he is and his conflicting feelings. Plus you get read some the tender side and his intense emotions of the hero toward the heroine. Toward the end you the hero redeem himself, unlike Sara Craven when the hero just professes his love. In general the book may lack some chemistry and passion but emotion is intense, not a bland read.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars, July 26, 2014
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plot wasn't too interesting to me
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Not a Marrying Man by Miranda Lee (Mass Market Paperback - April 19, 2011)
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