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THE MEDITERRANEAN MILLIONAIRE'S RELUCTANT MISTRESS
After her brother and his wife passed away, Brynne worked so hard to take care of her orphaned little nephew, Michael. When a Spanish millionaire, Alejandro, suddenly shows up, arrogantly claiming custody as Michael’s real father, Michael is taken away from Brynne. Even though Brynne can’t forgive Alejandro, she chooses to stay in his mansion as Michael’s companion. Even though Alejandro is the scoundrel who dumped her sister-in-law, Brynne can’t help but feel his magnetism. Will she be able to do what’s best for Michael and still protect her heart and her innocence? Can Alejandro be the man Michael and Brynne need him to be?
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- JAB 07/15/2018 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a short review because there is only one thing that the hero and heroine seem to do:bicker. I mean seriously, the two can't have an adult conversation about anything, not even the little boy who they both care deep so deeply. The two could have done a whole lot better with handling the situation. I understand the discovery of his child made him do a lot of things but did he really have to be such a jerk with doing a custody battle against the heroine six months after her brother's death. He never made the effort to understand from the heroine's perspective. The heroine is no different because while, it's understandable that she sees the hero as the enemy, the evil one, the creep who abandoned her sister-in-law but she was just as responsible for at least starting more than half the arguments. She never attempted to sit down and listen to the hero's side of the story nor tried to figure out if he was really a good guy. She decided he was the bad guy. The hero was in an arranged marriage but planned to break the engagement but his father had a heart attack and he married the woman in order to keep his father happy. Sadly, not more than six months into his marriage, the wife cheats on him then dies giving birth to her lover's child who sadly dies as well. The whole thing hurt the hero and he did care about the dead sister-in-law and wanted to be with his son. The ending didn't appeal to me. I just felt there could have been more.
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