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Reader Review: This book is a far cry from the corny and predictable stories that populate this genre. On the contrary, each page is filled with such strong emotions that pulled on my heartstrings! Both characters are hot and extremely likable, albeit a bit stubborn in the beginning. I'd recommend this to all romance-loving readers!!
Gabriella Benito fell for wealthy Rufus Gresham the first time she saw him. But Rufus believed Gabriella only wanted a rich husband--just like her mother.
Five years later, Rufus and Gabriella must marry to obtain their inheritances. On their wedding day, Gabriella is shocked when Rufus kisses her passionately! Will Rufus use their marriage as an excuse to have her in his bed-- whenever he wants?
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|Title of Romance eBook: Wife by Contract, Mistress by Demand|
|Release Date: 05-01-2007|
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|Publisher: Harlequin Presents||Store Sales Rank: 15686|
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Wife by Contract, Mistress by Demand
"If I could get straight on to the terms of Mr Gresham's will?" David Brewster prompted politely once they were seated.
"Go ahead," Rufus instructed tersely.
He didn't want her here, Gabriella knew. Or his cousin Toby, if the way the two men had greeted each other a few minutes ago was anything to go by. On that she could agree with him however, after what Toby had done.
But although she knew Rufus wouldn't believe her, she really wished she weren't here.
Given a choice, she would rather James hadn't died at all. She'd much rather he were still here giving her the fatherly advice and love that she had found so invaluable since her mother's death a year ago.
James had been devastated after Heather was killed in a car crash last year, and never really seemed to fully recover from the blow. He had suffered a heart attack six months later, and then another, fatal one, a month ago.
No, given a choice Gabriella would rather have had both James and Heather still alive than being summoned to this lawyer's officeas must Rufus and Toby have beenat this time, on this day, for a meeting about James's will.
She and Rufus hadn't spoken at all since they had arrived separately. As they hadn't spoken for the last five years. As they wouldn't ever speak again once this last link with James was severed.
David Brewster's expression was grave as he opened the official-looking document on top of his desk to look at them over the top of the half-moon glasses he had perched on top of his nose. "First things first," he said slowly. "I have already in...
Title: Wife by Contract, Mistress by Demand
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Number of Comments: 3 Rating(s) 3 Review(s)
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I couldn't put this book down (or in this case my
October 6, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from NJ USA
I couldn't put this book down (or in this case my copmuter). Rufus was such a hard alpha male in the beginning but he changed in such a believable way that I can only envision a very happy life for both Rufus and Gabriella. But then I have yet to find a Carole Mortimer book that I dislike.
April 7, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from GAINESVILLE, FL USA
This book is a far cry from the corny and predictable stories that populate this genre. On the contrary, each page is filled with such strong emotions that pulled on my heartstrings! Both characters are hot and extremely likable, albeit a bit stubborn in the beginning. I'd recommend this to all romance-loving readers!!
February 15, 2011
This was again a very good book by Carole Mortimer. Rufus and Gabriella are very hot characters. The chemistry between them is so high that the reader cannot help but feel effected by it as well. There are the usual misunderstandings that are part of a romance but I liked the fact that the hero was willing to fight for his love.The verbal repartee between the two sometimes gets funny. This is a good book for an afternoon reading.
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