Reader Review: This was my favorite of the Dante's books because Kiley was truly flawed it wasn't some misunderstanding like so many other romance stories and despite these flaws Nico found a way to love her anyway. Sure she suffered from amnesia and that cleansed the slate so to speak but despite that she wasn't some innocent virgin wronged but the ruthless tycoon's preconceptions. All together Kiley is my favorite of the Dante brides and the Epilogue really pulled the story together for me.
Nothing could keep Nicolò Dante from uncovering the truth about Kiley O'Dell. He knew she had to be a liar, but the moment he set eyes on the beauty, his soul was scorched by the once-in-a-lifetime heat of The Dante Inferno. Then a sudden accident stole her memory, and he seized the chance to learn all her deepest secrets--by pretending to be her husband. But the longer he kept up the dangerous masquerade, the clearer it became that whoever this woman was--whatever she was--he couldn't rest until he made her truly his own....
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: Dante's Wedding Deception||Series: The Dante Legacy, , #3|
|Release Date: 07-01-2008|
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|Publisher: Silhouette Desire|
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Dante's Wedding Deception
But then, neither did he expect the tidal wave of desire that slammed through him, rendering him deaf and blind to everything but the woman standing in the doorway of her suite at Le Premier. He saw her mouth move, but the sound refused to penetrate the roaring that filled his ears, a roaring that demanded he take this woman and make her his. To put his mark on her in every way possible. To possess her and bind her to him until neither of them could escape.
No. He dropped his head and fought the sensation, fought for all he was worth. He flat-out refused to accept this feeling, flinching from the very real possibility that it might signify the start of The Inferno.
No. Way. In. Hell.
This woman spelled trouble from the top of her dainty red head to the tips of her tiny red-coated toenails. And he refused to allow trouble into his life, his bed, or his heart. No matter what it took, he'd put an end to this sensation. It couldn't possibly be that difficult. It only required a single, simple solution. All he had to do was figure out what that solution was and The Inferno would pass him by.
Lifting his head, he took a second to study Kiley O'Dell, using every scrap of creative skill at his disposal to search for a way out of his latest predicament. But nothing came to him and he simply stood and stared at her.
Her name suited her. She stood no taller than a minute, with a taut, lithe figure that packed just enough curves in just the right places to tempt a man to explore every inch of that creamy white skin. She wore her hair long and it fell in heavy strawberry-blond curls to the middle of her back. She also possessed the most stunning pair of pale g...
Title: Dante's Wedding Deception
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This was my favorite of the Dante's books because
June 18, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Marlborough, MA US
This was my favorite of the Dante's books because Kiley was truly flawed it wasn't some misunderstanding like so many other romance stories and despite these flaws Nico found a way to love her anyway. Sure she suffered from amnesia and that cleansed the slate so to speak but despite that she wasn't some innocent virgin wronged but the ruthless tycoon's preconceptions. All together Kiley is my favorite of the Dante brides and the Epilogue really pulled the story together for me.
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