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THE GROOM'S DAUGHTER
Nina’s adoptive parents were never able to give her the love she needed, so with nothing but his name to go on, she sets out to Sicily in search of her biological father. However, when her wallet is stolen, she finds herself penniless on the streets of Palermo. A handsome lawyer named Lorenzo comes to her rescue, but Nina soon learns that his intention is to trap her in his mansion and force her back home to England. Apparently Lorenzo’s mother and Nina’s father are getting married, and Lorenzo aims to keep Nina from getting in the way. Since Lorenzo won’t tell her more than that, Nina wonders if it is because she was born out of wedlock…until she learns that Lorenzo has mistaken her for her father’s lover!
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- jumping to conclusions 2
- JAB 11/06/2016 1 people found the following review helpful
I understand that some people jump to conclusions but the hero in this harlequin comic was really overstepping the bounds of jumping to conclusions about the heroine and the father. Yet, I don't know why the heroine didn't correct the hero when he stated that he believed she was some spurned lover of the father. I mean she didn't have to say, "No, I might be his long lost daughter!". All she could have said is that, "He may be able to help me find my family,". I get really tired of these heroes who jump to ridiculous conclusions and heroines who let the hero think that they are right.
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