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Publisher's Summary

When Alessandro Marchese strides into the headquarters of his latest acquisition, one person is particularly struck by his awesome presence. Cassie's new boss is the man who left her pregnant with twins, and now it seems he's forgotten her altogether. But the Italian is more affected by Cassie than he lets on.... Now Alessandro needs just one more thing to complete the picture - Cassie, with his wedding ring on her finger...

©2009 Michelle Reid (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd

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  • Anne
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 02-11-11

Waste of time

I did not like this book at all. The female character sounded demented and the whole book is unbelievable.

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  • Callie
  • 04-19-16

Painful

Would you try another book written by Michelle Reid or narrated by Jilly Bond?

No

Has Marchese's Forgotten Bride put you off other books in this genre?

No

What didn’t you like about Jilly Bond’s performance?

Made Cassie sound very highly strung and whiny. Really couldn't warm to the character because of her vocal tone. Bit too much emphasis during the narration in certain areas leading Me to laugh out loud at the story line (which I don't think was the author's idea)

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Have heard worse narration though. It wasn't cold and mechanically read.

Any additional comments?

I just didn't get this one.