LUCA’S SECRETARY BRIDE
Three months ago, Roman was killed by the blade of a woman who couldn't accept that he loved Alice. Still recovering from the events of that faithful day, Alice now works for Luca, Roman's brother and her new boss. As they both struggle to heal each other's hearts over the loss of Roman, questions arise: can Alice simply remain Luca's secretary…and is she carrying Roman's child? Things come to a head when a terrible thunderstorm puts Luca's life at risk!
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|Price||$3.99 / $5.99|
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- Where on earth is the OW? 3
- JAB 02/20/2017
I have never been more interested in the OW than before. I understand that this is supposed to be a romantic story about the hero and heroine but the OW was a major key factor in the story. How? She murdered the hero's brother who proposed marriage to the heroine!!!! If my sibling had been murdered like that in front of their fiancee, I would have looked hell and high water for this person to be sent to prison. However, they never found her nor made any claim that they already had her in custody. Now, that my little plot rant is done, I did like the story because the hero and heroine suffer from hesitant attraction syndrome. They both like each other but they feel like they can't act out their emotions. One, the hero's brother who was also the heroine's fiancee was just murdered and the both of them feel like they have no right to love the other for variety of reasons. I like how the heroine sees that there's more to the hero than meets the eye. The hero is attracted to the heroine because of her characteristics. I believe that it would have been a decent read if the author or illustrator didn't leave the loose end of the OW hanging in the wind.
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