Wife and Mother Forever
“I…was abandoned by both of my mothers.” The first time was by his birth mother. The second time was by the mother who had adopted him. To help forget his past, Justin changed his name and focused on succeeding as a businessman. Unfortunately, due to his stubbornness, he has a tendency of marginalizing the people around him. Even his wife abandoned him and their child to run off with another man. He feels like he will never be loved by anyone, but someone notices the pain in his heart. This person turns out to be his son’s elementary schoolteacher, Evie. She had gone to Justin’s house with animosity and an intention of chewing him out, but soon she discovers she is beginning to fall for him.…
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I would like to introduce you the series of The Rinucci Brothers. There are 6 titles in the series, and they are all available now on B&C. This is the first one of the series.
What makes the story special is that the personalities of hero and heroine are opposite in other Harlequin stories. When heroines in other stories are weak, the heroine in the story is strong and positive. On the other hand, the hero in the story was crying when met with heroine in the bar. Heroine is a school teacher and loves travel. In the story, she leads hero to solve the problem between his son and him. Also, because of heroine, he finally gets together with his nature mother.
I think the story is more about family (including hero's mother and son) than love, however the love story between hero and heroine is also touched.
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- Hes so damanged...its almost unbearable.. 4
- erin 05/22/2016 2 people found the following review helpful
To grow up experiencing constant abandonment by all the women in his life its no wonder he's become sullen and broken. It was nice that he was able to finally experience and have a true family. Hope is ridiculous. Not much romance here actually.
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