THE BRIDEGROOM'S SECRET
Matt’s a brilliant scientist working on a water conversion device that’ll alter entire industries, but he’s constantly being scrutinized by the press. Now that he has custody of his daughter for a week, he’ll need a bit of help. Jemima’s more than willing to help out, but will this wedding shop employee soon find herself shopping at her own store?
|Reading terms||One-day rental / membership period|
|Price||$3.99 / $5.99|
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- don't take things for granted 3
- JAB 01/17/2017
This was new because in the beginning, the hero and heroine are in engaged but they hit a couple of big snags. One of them was the fact that the hero never shared his successful break through with the heroine who had to learn it from the reporter. I will say that she handled it brilliantly then had a large fight about the hero. Usually, I would say that it was one thing but then as I read further along that the heroine has been the one who waited patiently for the hero and being his support. The fact that he didn't share it with her, breaks her heart. Then it becomes worse, the hero reveals something that he should have told during their dating: he has a seven year old child who's coming to visit him because her mother recently got married and is going on her honeymoon. I would be ticked, not because he has a child but the fact that he never told her. The heroine was a saint in helping the hero learn how to bond with his daughter like redecorating her room and making a jungle gym. I like how the heroine brought up issues in their relationship like the hero putting work before her. The hero took the heroine being right there for him for granted, not thinking that she needed something in return. They start to mend until the hero gets a business call, which was the last straw for the heroine and she says good bye. They spend some time away but they reconcile and it was quite a endearing scene. I really liked it.
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