Book Reviews of Dark Fate (Wedlocked!) (Harlequin Presents, No 1763)

Dark Fate (Wedlocked!) (Harlequin Presents, No 1763)
Dark Fate - Wedlocked! - Harlequin Presents, No 1763
Author: Charlotte Lamb
ISBN-13: 9780373117635
ISBN-10: 0373117639
Publication Date: 8/1/1995
Pages: 187
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Dark Fate (Wedlocked!) (Harlequin Presents, No 1763) on + 3389 more book reviews
A marriage of minds . . .

"It's fate -- even when we're miles apart the link between us holds!"

Saskia thought that two years was long enough to confirm that she would never be reunited with her estranged husband, Domenico. But it seemed there was no end to the strange bond that had existed between them: Domenico was waiting for her when she arrived on vacation in Venice!

Saskia had always had the uncanny ability to read Domenico's mind, so she was unnerved to find that now he, too, knew what she was thinking. Once again, she was somehow tied to him physically and mentally, and there seemed to be no escape.

Except that, in Domenico's eyes, a happy marriage should be completed with children . . .
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This was a really good book. I love Charlotte Lamb's work and this book is a really good read. It departs from the Harlequin formula a bit which is very good for the plot.
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Reviewer: K. Miller "Cabooklover" (Antelope Valley, Ca United States) -

I really enjoyed this book, so much so that when I lost it I spent countless hours trying to find it again! Not an easy thing when you can't remember the title!!! I think the male lead character is a bit too dominate but he is Italian!

A marriage of minds . . .

"It's fate -- even when we're miles apart the link between us holds!"

Saskia thought that two years was long enough to confirm that she would never be reunited with her estranged husband, Domenico. But it seemed there was no end to the strange bond that had existed between them: Domenico was waiting for her when she arrived on vacation in Venice!

Saskia had always had the uncanny ability to read Domenico's mind, so she was unnerved to find that now he, too, knew what she was thinking. Once again, she was somehow tied to him physically and mentally, and there seemed to be no escape.

Except that, in Domenico's eyes, a happy marriage should be completed with children . .