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BEHIND THE CASTELLO DOORS
One cold, rainy night, Beth reaches her destination in Sardinia, Italy—an old castle owned by Cesario Piras, a bank president with a stony exterior as cold as the castle walls. As he gazes at her with his scarred, brooding face and tells her to go back to London, she adjusts the baby in her arms and gathers her courage to tell him that the baby she holds is his!
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|Price||$3.99 / $5.99|
I like how hero gradually open up to heroin and despite looking fierce, he is actually pretty gentle.
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- about to cry 4
- JAB 07/29/2016 3 people found the following review helpful
How, I was about to cry for the hero and heroine. They had been through so much. Not having families then losing the people whom they considered family. My heart went out to the hero for losing his little boy, the imagery of him rocking the little baby girl and holding his little boy as he died was beautifully heartbreaking. I loved reading how to the two of them who have been broken by past events and traumas start to mend the broken pieces of each other's hearts. I like that the hero takes the heroine out to watch ballet in order to relax and how the heroine, when she is confronted with a source that the hero is a bad person, she decides to make her own opinion of what she has seen him than believe the words of someone she just met. I love how the hero and heroine open up to each about their pains, they communicate and it's a good way to start healing the wounds of the heart. The big twist was a bit sad, but it played beautifully in making the relationship between the hero and heroine stronger. I loved reading the book and it was worth the money.
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