Rinaldo's Inherited Bride
Alex Dacre is a young accountant who just inherited land and money from her uncle. She travels to Florence to attend his wake and to discuss her inheritance with Rinaldo Farnese. They get off to a bad start, and when Rinaldo finds out that Alex now owns part of the property that has been in his family for generations, he proposes to marry Alex to keep the family holdings intact. In return he offers to help Alex pay down her student debts. The stakes are already high, but now someone shady seems interested in the family property, too. Can Alex and Rinaldo both get what they want?
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- JAB 03/17/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
This was a complicated story. We have a heroine and two potential heroes (They're brothers), which makes it even more complicated.. One hero acts a like a jerk but the other acts like a playboy. The heroine gets off on a rough start with the J-hero but finds out that there's more about him than her first impression of him. I do have to say that I didn't like the way he treated her when taking her to his home. If I was in a situation like that, I would have been screaming and crying for him to let me go. I also didn't like how easily everyone took his actions and laughed it off. The P-hero acts sweet around the heroine. The hero and the heroine start opening up about each other till the P-hero gets hurt and confesses his love for the heroine. And this is after the heroine asked the J-hero to marry her. I do like the hero for being the first to ask but I hated how both heroes made the situation more complicated. Having one hero propose marriage even though the heroine is not in love with him and the one hero that she is in love with says to marry his brother. I would have torn my hair out. I also didn't liked how the heroine kept the P-hero waiting, didn't tell him anything like, "I'm sorry, I don't have the same feelings for you," or something like that. Then again, the hero was in the hospital and she was solving the debt issue. I think the harshest part for the main characters was the P-hero coming into his brother's room where they had made love with the ring in the box. OUCH! In the end, they did give each peace after the wedding of the heroine and the J-hero. The P-hero did have to go off and find a better life and don't blame him for it. It was a happy ending for the heroine and the J-hero.
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