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The Prince's Bride-To-Be
As a favor to her twin sister, Eleanor, Caroline poses as her when summoned to fulfill a betrothal that was arranged when they were children. Caroline did as her sister asked to help Eleanor be with the man she truly wants to marry, but mostly Caroline just really wanted to see Eleanor’s betrothed, Michel de Marigny, again. She feels conflicted about having to lie to the man she loves, and then she feels even worse when he tells her he wants a loveless marriage. Now Caroline must hide her identity and her love from Michel if she want to stay with him. But how long can this charade last?
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- fine 3
- JAB 03/29/2015 2 people found the following review helpful
The story has the twist of the twins going in each other's place. The heroine goes in the place of her sister to buy some time for her sister to see if her sister's fiancé that the sister wants to marry will propose. The problem is the heroine has been in love with the hero for quite some while and to pose as her sister is harsh. When two first meet, the hero doesn't act like a total alpha male but is actually polite to the heroine, in regard to the sister's exploits on paparazzi magazines. One of the biggest issues when a child comes in. It's one of the real twists in the story. What I found funny is that an old couple who are friends were able to tell it was actually the heroine and not the sister at first glance. Both the hero and the heroine have good traits and have done good things. There is a scene that I don't like about the hero's opinion on love. I know that everyone is entitled to have their own opinion but I didn't like it. What I found most surprising was the sister of the heroine using reverse psychology in a good way. That threw me for a loop. There is a happy ending to it.
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