REVELATIONS OF THE NIGHT BEFORE
For just one night, shy Tina wishes she could be a woman who is confident and attractive. So when she meets a devilishly handsome man at Carnival in Venice, she casts caution to the wind and gives her virginity to him. They remain masked and spend an enchanted night together. But the very next morning when Tina peeks underneath his mask while he sleeps, she discovers her brother’s rival—Nico! Shocked by the irony of fate, she runs away without a word only to find, two months later, that she is carrying his baby!
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I must say at least the masked man is someone she knows and not some weird guy. It is natural for hero to get suspicious but he is a considerable gentleman.
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- garlic breath 5
- JAB 02/20/2017 4 people found the following review helpful
It's funny of how you meet people, ones that you may one day forge a deep bond and one way to push is through garlic breath. Yes, the heroine ran into the hero because she couldn't stand the garlicky breath of the first man she met at the Venice masquerade. They spend a passionate night together that goes well until the heroine pulls off his mask to find that the man (hero) is her brother's longtime rival. She runs off and they don't meet till two months later because the heroine has become pregnant. The hero doesn't take the news well as first, leaves the heroine but instantly come back for one thing to confirm. The heroine proves his confirmation and they start to talk on what to do. This is what I liked about the book is that we see the perfection and imperfections of both the hero and heroine. For example, the heroine is incredibly intelligent but she also has the tendency to jump to conclusions on what people are going to say. The hero is arrogant but he tries to take in other people's thoughts and feelings. It's fun to read and go over.
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