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A sexy, fast-paced tale of modern romance set on the sultry island of Sicily.

Laurel Ferrara wouldn't know a happy ending if she fell over it; of course her whirlwind wedding was always going to end in disaster. But she can't just walk away. From the moment she is summoned back to Sicily the shivers of unease set in. The command comes from legendary billionaire Cristiano Ferrara, the husband she can't forget - but it might as well have come from the devil himself....

©2011 Sarah Morgan (P)2013 W.F. Howes

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Not my favorite flavor of angst

This was well written and angst ridden, but was only a "like" for me. I think it's simply a matter of taste. Just wasn't my favorite flavor of angst. The subject matter isn't what I typically seek in an HP. I prefer more crazy.

This was all about a marriage that fell apart due to faults on both sides and much of the angst is centered around miscarriage and fertility.

I felt the heroine contributed the most to the demise by refusing to communicate. Her past explained it, but I still found her frustrating and didn't identify with her. I admit I get a kick out of the Hero being the one with the most to answer for. In his one, he made mistakes, but she never gave him a chance to answer for them and I believe that if she had he would have stepped up.

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Good Read

Enjoyed the plot of this Book.. the narrator was very impressive. Recommend it to anyone.

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The narrator...

She sounded like Betty Davis when she spoke as Christiano. The narrator, in my opinion, doesn’t do a very good male voice. The story was good. The beginning had me a lil frustrated I felt the animosity went on a little bit too long.

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