SICILIAN HUSBAND, BLACKMAILED BRIDE
Today is Amber's wedding, and she's having a grand ceremony in a rural English church. Her groom is the eldest son of a wealthy and aristocratic family. But the moment Amber is about to swear her vows, a strong male voice breaks the tranquility. "I object to this union!" When Amber turns around, she sees the unforgettable Guido. Amber "married" Guido one year previously in Las Vegas. But why is he here now? That marriage wasn't even real!
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- Casandra 06/25/2016 5 people found the following review helpful
From the very beginning I could not stand the lead female in this. The Lead male was okay but everyone else was horrible. The lead female starts off about to marry a man she doesn't love to forget the man she married before. Something I find completely unforgivable regardless of her reasons, however it's even worse in this case cause her reasons are not even decent. Anyways, her husband shows up to stop the wedding. She lies about knowing him and them being married until he tells her she will be charged with a crime if she goes through with the wedding when she is already married. Then she finally admits that she married him but that it wasn't a "real" wedding. She has the gal at the end when he hands her divorce papers to leave quietly without letting anyone know after signing the papers and telling him in a note to put the reason for the divorce down as his infidelity. It's funny considering that she was the one about to marry another person and he wasn't unfaithful. Anyways, he should have ignored her, wrote what he felt like in that part and turned it in. But then it wouldn't have had a romance ending like all harlequin do (This time, I wished that it didn't have a romance ending). All that being said, I loved the art in this harlequin. It was just disappointing that the female lead was so horrible.
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