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WHEN DA SILVA BREAKS THE RULES (Blood Brothers)
Da Silva Castle, near Salamanca, is a great location for a movie shoot, which is why it’s currently hosting a medieval production starring Lexie Anderson. The young actor is to share some steamy scenes with her heartthrob costar, but she just can’t find any on-screen chemistry with him. The movie drags on without her truly investing in the role until she explores the castle around the set and runs into Cesar Da Silva, the owner of the property! A young and reclusive heir, Cesar has made it his life’s goal to live quietly and out of the eyes of the press. When he and Lexie meet, two worlds collide: that of a woman who feels she can’t love a man and is constantly in the news, and that of a man who’s sworn off women and made an art form of dodging the media. Can these two leads find a common narrative, or will their love story wrap before it even begins?
About the Author
Abby Green spent her teens reading Mills & Boon romances. She then spent many years working in the Film and TV industry as an Assistant Director. One day while standing outside an actor's trailer in the rain, she thought: there has to be more than this. So she sent off a partial to Harlequin Mills & Boon. After many rewrites, they accepted her first book and an author was born. She lives in Dublin, Ireland and you can find out more here: www.abby-green.com
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- 'I want another book in this serie'... Please? 5
- Dis 07/13/2018 1 people found the following review helpful
The history hits the rights spots, my regard to the editor (this goes for the 3 parts). It have the average number or pages, but I feel like 'this was reaaally long' (in the good sense) touch a lot of dificult issues just like in real life. And I didn't want it to end. A good finale for a good serie. The art is soooooooo good. In both senses, now I feel like my standar just change, the previews will never feel the same (a 'I can wait to be on sale' feeling emerges from now on for a looot of mangas) There's no a 4th? Can't you gimme another cute little brother to read? Really? Give me another book from this artist then. Like...now.
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