[Epub] The Millionaire's Virgin By Anne Mather – Shiningweb.info
The heroines father tried to buy off the hero with her virginity, eventually they fell in love anyways and they made love The heroines father plotted and manipulated to keep them apart once the deal fell through and succeeded until his death Eventually hero and heroine ran into each other, hero made a job proposition, together they figured out the truth in the past and remained together married and forever in love. Nikolas Petronides Has Not Forgiven Paige For Walking Out On Him Four Years Ago, After He Accused Her Of Gold Digging Once A Welcome Guest At His Greek Island Home, Now She D Be A Lowly Paid Employee But What Exactly Will Nikolas Be Expecting From Her Strange book I wasn t a fan of the amount of time devoted to the bratty teenagers I didn t care for how much of the story was told in awkward flashbacks And I often found the dialogue unrealistic and the characters reactions to each other bizarre Sadly not much to make up for the deficiencies, either. It was an okay read, I guess But I don t believe that the hero loved her at all He did absolutely nothing loving towards her except in the end because it was necessary. The worst Anne Mather s book so far, I couldn t believe she actually wrote it 4 stars is a bit generous i know 3.5 stars islike it.But coming from Anne Mather, this book is a good unexpected change The leads were sincere, morally sound people.The presence of 2 bratty, incorrigible teenage girls added spice to the tale Though they were too young to play the OW, they were irritable pests for the leads Good fun to read.I loved the dignified way the heroine carried herself.Good read, kudos Anne Mather I wouldn t wish Ariadne or Sophie not even on my worst enemy Those two teenage girls were severely exasperating and good riddance when they go off to boarding school Besides that I enjoyed the novel Okay read. meh It took a little while to get into it maybe I was too busy , but then I found it difficult to put down. Reading this was uhan interesting experience It was a light quick read, which was pretty much all I expected.