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The Consultant's Accidental Bride
Because of an incident a year ago, Leah left for Australia as a backpacker. Now reverting to her previous healthy mind, she is on the flight to Melbourne from Cairns to attend her best friend’s wedding as a maid of honor. Cole, a handsome doctor who happens to be sitting next to her, engages in conversation with her, and Leah feels her heart throb. However, his hurtful comment about backpackers makes her upset. A new reality awaits her upon landing—arrogant Dr. Cole is the best man of the groom!
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- Facing fears 4
- JAB 05/06/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
The beginning did feel a bit clique because the hero and heroine meet because they are bridesmaid and groom for the wedding for their friends. I like how the heroine and the hero have their own past and issues to deal with. The hero is quite a responsible character because he took upon himself to care for the heroine when she was injured and had no way of getting home. I found it cool the fact that the heroine immediately defended the hero when the doctor asked about the previous previous injuries shown on x-rays. We learn that not only did the hero lose his wife but also his unborn child. The heroine was violently attacked by one of the patients, which frightened so badly. I liked that they were able to open up to one another on their nightmares. I found it good, a bit much that the hero encouraged the heroine go back to her line of work, while she was there because she was going to try and find a job waitressing. I found it interesting that both the heroine and hero had to face issues that were similar, the heroine had to face a frighten parent with violent words and the hero had to help a save an unborn baby to be born. We learn that later that the hero's dead wife died from jet skiing, a broken neck. That wasn't safe for her because, she was four months pregnant on a water automobile. I would understand if it was a ski boat, sail boat, or row boat. However, on a jet ski when you're four months pregnant. Not smart. The heroine treads on thin ice when she mentions the dead wife's name and the hero gets mad. Yet, he is the one who has been mentioning his wife's name a lot to the charging of the heroine. I love how then heroine pushed the hero to face his fears, to move forward; although, it ended with the heroine leaving. The heroine goes back to her old job and tries to start over. I like the fact that the hero came after her and was able to let go. The ending was awesome but I don't want to reveal what it was; Hint: diving.
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