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Ten years ago, Sasha and Gabriel had a whirlwind romance, but now, Sasha's husband has died of cancer, leaving her in charge of two boys and a foundering hotel. With her life thrown into turmoil, Gabriel returns with one mission: as the remaining son of the Calbrini family, he's to take the boys under his wing and make sure they're raised correctly. Can a decade-old love rekindle, or will the boys say goodbye to their mom?

Reading terms 3-day rental / membership period
Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages
editor's comment - May 6th, 2016

On the surface, Heroine is someone who married an old but rich husband and it looks like she is a materialistic woman who will marry for money. However, there is a hidden truth behind which the Hero is kept from. With all the misunderstandings, Hero say many nasty things to her..

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not the best but not the worst 2  2

Considering that this is a revenge & true love story, it I've read better. I like that the twin boys were part of the story instead of just minor characters having little interaction being shown. And both the hero and heroine had their own tragic upbringing, but it just seemed like there was something missing. Like a better conflict. It just seemed that even though the hero was out for revenge, it was like he's only teasing her. And she could have been more vocal about how she felt since she kept saying she's a different person from 10 years ago. I didn't think she actually showed it to the hero. I just think this could have been told in a better way, which is why is a 2 stars rating.

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fine 3  3

This was one of the okay books. I didn't like the hero because of the way that he treated the heroine but the heroine had a reason for leaving him and running to his uncle. All they missed was opening up to each other. Although, considering how similar their pasts were, I don't blame them. Having one parent die and the other parent basically abandoned them was harsh. I loved the Uncle of the hero, he knew what to do in the face of death. He was a father figure to the heroine's sons and a friend to the heroine herself. I love the way the heroine raised her boys. They both were kind, they helped around the house with cooking and cleaning. The hero had to learn that the heroine wasn't what she appeared to be. I liked how the hero was able to tell things about the boys that few people could. It did have a happy ending.

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