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Bride by Choice

Bride by Choice

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by Lucy Gordon
     
 

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Gorgeous Sicilian Lorenzo Martelli had proposed to Helen in front of his whole family! How could she say anything other than…yes? Now the Big Day was getting alarmingly close—and the bride-to-be was getting cold feet!

The groom, however, was as hot-blooded as ever. He wanted Helen, and Lorenzo always got what he wanted. But would he have to wait

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Gorgeous Sicilian Lorenzo Martelli had proposed to Helen in front of his whole family! How could she say anything other than…yes? Now the Big Day was getting alarmingly close—and the bride-to-be was getting cold feet!

The groom, however, was as hot-blooded as ever. He wanted Helen, and Lorenzo always got what he wanted. But would he have to wait until she was ready to be his bride—by choice…?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426862342
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
05/01/2010
Series:
Italian Grooms , #3684
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
519,986
File size:
473 KB

Meet the Author

Lucy Gordon cut her writing teeth on magazine journalism, interviewing many of the world's most interesting men, including Warren Beatty and Roger Moore. Several years ago, while staying Venice, she met a Venetian who proposed in two days. They have been married ever since. Naturally this has affected her writing, where romantic Italian men tend to feature strongly. Two of her books have won a Romance Writers of America RITA® Award. You can visit her website at www.lucy-gordon.com.

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Bride by Choice 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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A pleasure to read, out of the ordinary storyline--a relationship that *realistically* developed from friendship to love. Not bogged down with what's going on inside their heads, so the story flows right along. Satisfying ending, though a bit set up.