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The Man, the Ring, the Wedding
Until the two rings are reunited, the path to true love will be difficult for the Covelli family... Angelina Covelli has lived to work since she lost the man she loved...until she meets CEO John Rossi on the job, and feels her hardened heart start to melt. Unfortunately, she then finds out that his ancestors are the ones who placed a curse on her family...
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- JAB 04/29/2015
One of the reasons why I liked this story was because usually when there is a dead spouse or lover of the hero and heroine, it's usually the hero with a dead sweet wife. I liked how it was the heroine who lost her sweet fiancee to cancer. I don't mean I didn't like the dying, I just liked that the dead lover wasn't a jerk. The heroine is striving to get over the death of her lover by working with a man who had recently bought a building that needs to be renovated. The hero knows who the heroine is because her family's last name was cursed by his for the grandmother of the heroine broke the engagement between her and the hero's grandfather who placed a curse on the family. It was nice to know that the hero isn't out for the usual clique of getting revenge on the family that destroyed his thing. It can get boring. I like how the heroine ins passionate about her work, about persevering through it all. The hero also has some good qualities when standing up for a heroine when a rival insults her virtue. It was quite chivalrous. I like how the heroine and hero can relate to the pain of losing a loved one. It's good. It's nice to see them both connecting over time and little things like Italian orange bread. I liked how the heroine's family is so kind to the hero. It was interesting to see how the heroine is conflicted with the emotion that she has for the hero and how she still feels for her dead fiancee. I like how the hero is conflicted with knowing that he has feelings for the heroine but is scared at the wonder of what would happen if she found out that he was from the family that cursed her. It's interesting. It's cute to find the brothers of the heroine playing cupid and the psychic effect it sends to the hero. Then after sex, well later in the morning after sex, the hero admits to the heroine that his family is descended from the family that cursed her. The heroine makes a fuss but I'm not blaming her but the woman who doesn't believe in curses is getting upset is a little much. The hero does tell her that he had no intention in the beginning of destroying, but the heroine leave in a fit of tears, leaving the hero heartbroken. Even after some time, the grandmother of the heroine says that the hero never tried to get revenge on their family. I also liked how it was the heroine who took the first step. I loved the ending, it was so cute.
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