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Marrying Cade
     

Marrying Cade

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by Sally Clements
 
Capable financial advisor Melo Bellucci always knew when it came to organising her sister's wedding she'd be in charge. After all, her sister Rosa is notoriously scatterbrained. But there's a silver lining in the form of the Best Man, Melo's childhood crush, Cade West.
When Cade returns to the Tuscan island, Isola dei Fiori, he's prepared to mix business with

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Capable financial advisor Melo Bellucci always knew when it came to organising her sister's wedding she'd be in charge. After all, her sister Rosa is notoriously scatterbrained. But there's a silver lining in the form of the Best Man, Melo's childhood crush, Cade West.
When Cade returns to the Tuscan island, Isola dei Fiori, he's prepared to mix business with pleasure, especially when he meets Melo again. The confident, sexy woman is a world away from the lanky tomboy he remembers, and attraction burns between them instantly.
But when he discovers that the perfect site for his hotel, idyllic Paradise Beach, belongs to Melo rather than her father, can their relationship survive, when there are two plans for Paradise?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781490499635
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
06/26/2013
Pages:
184
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.42(d)

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Marrying Cade 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Evelyn0 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this! Romantic, sexy, entertaining and beautifullly written.Top marks from me.
LASR_Reviews More than 1 year ago
A palate cleanser in word form! This is an excellent, refreshing book just perfect for the dog days of summer. A well-written, entertaining novel to make you say "aah" when you reach the end. The plot isn't a new one. Boy meets girl, girl falls in love with him, but she is too young. They meet up again at a wedding, and sparks fly. It's the details that keep this novel from being trite. The exotic Italian setting lent itself beautifully to wedding festivities and romantic moments. The family winemaking tradition also allowed for interesting plot twists and turns. Our heroine is a lovely mix of modern femininity mixed with the "good" Italian daughter. Having a slightly misogynistic father who also happens to be very ill adds to her sense of duty as well as her desire to stand up for herself. The hero, true to form, wishes to remain a bachelor, but has feelings for our heroine. His history with the family entwines him in the business controversy and his friendship with the groom causes the involvement in the wedding. His interest in Melo causes the story to become more interesting. Be assured of some romantic tension, exotic locales, and a happily every after for all parties involved. Grab your sunhat, lounge chair and an icy beverage - then kick back and enjoy this lovely romance! Originally posted at the Long and Short of It Romance Reviews
ToReadPerchancetoDream More than 1 year ago
I honestly don't read romance novels much anymore, but Sally Clements' writing is always enjoyable. Her book are fun and easy to read. It's just like you come home from a long day at work and slip into something comfortable - a Sally Clements novel! In Marrying Cade, you're off to a gorgeous island with cool breezes and sizzling heat between Melo and Cade. Melo is a strong, nurturing female character, with whom most women can relate today. Cade is that sexy, carefree bachelor women long to tame. The connection between the two will draw you in and keep you reading. (Flipping the pages also helps cool you off from the steamy romance developing between the two!) All the characters are unique and individual, so its a pleasure to get to know all of them. This romance is an entertaining read. Give it a try!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im in love with a bpy named cade whos leaving next year but his only rother isnt so it makes no sence.