The Italian's Bought Bride
After learning that her betrothal was just another one of her father's business transactions, Allegra ran away the night before her wedding. She refused to be in a loveless marriage and disowned her family for what they tried to do. Seven years later, she's a new woman with a life she's built on her own. The emotions from her past have long been buried and forgotten. A twist of fate brings Allegra back together with her almost-husband, Stefano. Due to extenuating circumstances, she reluctantly agrees to return to Italy with him and reside in his home. As old wounds reopen, the flame of a love forgotten threatens to consume her, and the past refuses to remain buried any longer.
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At first I thought this is a story which you can easily find a same one in Harlequin, a story such as a Italian millionaire had a deal with heroine's father to marry heroine because of the social status and wealth. And after heroine knew that she ran away and let hero embarrassed on the wedding. Yes it is that kind of story, but that happened only in seven years ago in it. Hero and heroine met again seven years later because of a little boy who diagnosed with autism and heroine is asked to heal him as she is a therapist. During the days heroine heals the little boy, she gradually knows the past of hero and what exactly happened on the day of wedding, which she ran away. The ending is beautiful and touching. I strongly suggest you to read this one.
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