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The Millionaire Tycoon's English Rose
Not letting her blindness get the better of her, Celia enjoys life to the fullest, doing whatever catches her interest—from scuba diving to managing her own company. Her boyfriend, Francesco, is beside himself with worry about her, and out of his misguided love he tries to hold her back. “I'm not handicapped, and I don't need your pity! Why won't you let me live my life?” In a moment of recklessness, they hurt each other deeply, and decide to go their separate ways. Do two people need more than love to be able to share their lives together? Read the conclusion of this series of romances about six Italian brothers!
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The sixth of The Rinucci Brothers series. Also, this is quite different than other Harlequin stories as it says in the beginning: the heroine is blind.
It could be very difficult for heroine to live without eyesight; however she is so brave and independent. On the other hand, hero, tried to protect heroine too much so they broke up. Although they still love each other, both of them keep distance to each other because they think too much for each other. At a chance, heroine shows her brave, and hero learns to let set her free to do whatever she wants. And they know that they are closer to each other.
The six stories have different heroes but there is a character appearing in each story. That is their mother, Hope. She is gentle and always kind to everyone. In my opinion, she is the one who connects everyone in this series.
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