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The Marriage Betrayal Free read ò 104 ✓ ❆ The Marriage Betrayal kindle Epub ❤ Author Lynne Graham – Gym-apparel.co.uk Careless passion pregnancy surpriseSander Volakis goes his own way He’s forged his reputation in business rather than relying on the family fortune and indulges his darkly passionate wild streak – CareNcer so pretty and voluptuous that he can’t resist her Sander’s looking forward to casually seducing herlittle knowing that one night with the innocent Tally could end his playboy existenc. MehLynne Graham used to be my all time favorite Harleuin Presents author AN ARABIAN COURTSHIP just about fried my brains when I first read it twenty some years ago But this new one was just sort of meh A girl gets pregnant Her hunky guy mopes a lot but marries her Her parents are no good schemers She cries She packs her bags He stops her at the airport Everything felt bland and warmed over Where was all the luxury Where were the exotic locations Where were the sizzling love scenesMeh

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Careless passion pregnancy surpriseSander Volakis goes his own way He’s forged his reputation in business rather than relying on the family fortune and indulges his darkly passionate wild st. This is the book the hero should have died in Heroine is an idiot

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The Marriage BetrayalReak – he has no intention of marrying He doesn't do country weekends eitherPitching up at Westgrave Manor is a favour to his father and a boreuntil he The Marriage PDFEPUB or sees Tally Spe. Better than its seuel I liked how Tally stood her ground with Sander Sander was a very playboyish playboy at the start but I warmed up to him The ending closed on an optimistic note that gave me the warm fuzziesI wished the author had left it at that because book #2 destroyed all the progress made in this book They were so happy at the end Why ruin the fantasy Sure Sander hadn't told Tally he loved her yet but that seemed to be just a ploy to force readers to read the second book