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Wife By Force: International Billionaires II: The Italians Kindle Edition
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With that said, the twists and turns in the story were fun to read, as was the obvious heat between Lara and Dante.
Dante's character is very cool and extremely controlling. I hated him for most of the book.
I still wonder why Lara didn't kick his ass. While I love the fantasy of being saved from financial ruin, this story, while fun and emotional, does the average woman a disservice by making her need a man to rescue her and her family.
Dante was no Prince Charming! He acted more like a wolf after little red riding hood. He may have had a reason to his madness, but it was very unrealistic in this day and age.
He tricked her and forced her to do what he wanted. An explanation would have made sense, but would have killed the tension in this tale.
I did enjoy the lovemaking scenes very much.
One or two incorrect words did not ruin the story.
(bare for bear, etc.)
I suppose that we were supposed to hate Dante. He was a stick in the mud.
I liked Lara, but something about her first marriage didn't make sense.
Maybe it wasn't meant to, but it left a hole in the story.
Her first husband was verbally abusive, but why did he not wish to consummate the marriage? She could have gotten an annulment. If he was homosexual, that does not explain the abuse.
The emotions were strong for me as a reader, and many tissues were murdered during this tale which I did enjoy reading. Very emotional, again!
The H is a buttoned up kind of guy, and had he ever actually told the h that he loved her, the story would have been over quickly. But he never does until the very end, so there is finally a HEA but the journey was painful.
I especially loved the epilogue; it was VERY cute!
Minor grammar stuff but otherwise recommended.
Beautiful words, pearls in one liners had me reading compulsively. This book is about love all of us yearn for and dream about even though we already have our own . This is a must read book. Just one click now! You too can have Dante for a few hours.
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She's been hurt and doesn't trust him.