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Convenient Marriage, Inconvenient Husband (Harlequin Desire) Mass Market Paperback – February 10, 2009
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The OM is the necessary slime in the HP formula of angsty reading but there is no alpha demeaning bullying or simpering doormat h. I thought Amira's altruistic motives for her charity foundation was creditable and many HP stories feature this angle without issues from reviewers. It is the best H/h 'have-it-out' confession time I've read, not too dragged out, not ridiculously insignificant - just the right amount of grovel.
But no HEA or grovel is makes up for angst if reviewers are in a one star outraged state of mind so how it's up to you how you go with this story.
I mean the book is not only undeveloped, it is frustrating. The heroine is a person I would abhor in life - selfish and a lair. Even though the author tried to show reasons behind her behavior, I didn't buy it. What more, I wanted for the hero to take revenge on her. I wanted her crushed and destroyed.
And I definitely couldn't believe what I was reading when the hero apologized to her in the end. After everything she made him go through.
I know the saying about men always being at fault, but come on, this is ridiculous!
An awful book. A total waste of money and time.