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After a hot night of lovemaking, all that’s left is a cold bed and a new life.

Princess Marisa of Bengaria recently lost her twin brother. Enveloped by a huge sense of loss, she decides to take a trip to Brazil. There she meets international businessman Damaso. His eyes seem able to sense Marisa’s lonely solitude. Her attraction to him leads them to spend a passionate night together, but he walks out on her the next morning. One month later the newly pregnant Marisa finds Damaso before her yet again, insisting that they get married. What is he talking about? After cruelly abandoning her one month ago, he wants to get married?

About the Author

Annie West has devoted her life to an intensive study of tall, dark, charismatic heroes who cause the best kind of trouble in the lives of their heroines. As a sideline she researches locations for romance, from vibrant cities to desert encampments and fairytale castles. Annie lives in eastern Australia between spectacular sandy beaches and gorgeous wine country. She finds writing the perfect reason to avoid housework. To contact her or join her newsletter, visit www.annie-west.com .

Reading terms One-day rental / membership period
Preview 30 Pages
Available until : Mar. 31st 2019(Monthly course($9.99)

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2.5 didn't wow me 3  3

The story was all nice and good with how the hero and heroine connect and through the baby and doing volunteer work but it didn't wow me. We have a heroine is portrayed as a party girl because parties where the only place where she could break away from the ironclad cage that her negligent uncle put her in. Then we have the hero who grew up on the wrong side of the neighborhood and made it out. They share a one night that results in a pregnancy and the hero being a responsible man insists on a marriage of convenience that the heroine rejects. After spending some time together, the heroine finally decides to face her uncle and renounce her right to the crown. The hero runs after her and stands by her side as she tells the uncle that she's renouncing her right to the crown so she can marry the hero. The uncle goes along with a grumpy tone of telling the hero to look after the heroine. The two run off and the hero asks the heroine to marry him and she says yes. It was a good plot but I just didn't feel the wow factor.

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