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ITALIAN BOSS, PROUD MISS PRIM
A fire stole her voice and with it her dreams of becoming an opera singer, so Katie now leads a mundane life working as an attorney in a small law firm. Until the day she meets Italian playboy and business tycoon, Rigo Ruggiero and instantly falls in love. However, she senses his disappointment upon seeing her less-than-refined appearance. With a heavy heart and shattered confidence, Katie prepares to give up on yet another chapter of her life, but perhaps it isn’t yet time to step down from this stage of love.
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- really fast 3
- JAB 10/14/2016
I must say that it was a real whirlwind of a romance, not something to my tastes but okay. The heroine and hero meet because the heroine is an attorney, delivering news to the hero that his stepbrother has left him a will. They meet but the hero leaves her in the lurch but instead of waiting at the phone, she finds herself a hotel, changes, and goes outside into the city. The heroine and hero meet again with the hero's stepsister coming and I like who the two woman clicked and they shopped well. The heroine likes the new transformation but the scar on her back, holds her from expressing and coming out of her shell. It's from a fire that she ran into in order to save a friend who apparently snuck out to see her boyfriend. There is no hate between the heroine and her friend but inhaling too much smoke caused her to lose her dream of being an opera singer, she said all of this while drunk to the hero. They then have their ups and down with the heroine being open about herself and not doing it while drunk. It was fine, not perfect but fine.
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