Book Reviews of The Italian's Stolen Bride (Harlequin Presents #2469)

The Italian's Stolen Bride (Harlequin Presents #2469)
The Italian's Stolen Bride - Harlequin Presents #2469
Author: Emma Darcy
ISBN-13: 9780373124695
ISBN-10: 0373124694
Publication Date: 6/1/2005
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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i really enjoyed this story it seemed a bit more realistic. and it was definetly more enjoyable.
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This was better than most of L Graham's last few bks. I had hopes that it was going to be a keeper but it didn't quite sustain the emotional intensity necessary to make it one for me. There's a cute dog it the bk that I liked, too, though.
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Luc Peretti spurned the love of his life when he believed she slept with his brother. After all, why would Roberto, his flesh and blood, lie to him? Before the end of the first chapter, that question is addressed and now it's time to deal with the obvious fallout.

This story serves to remind us that all the money in the world can't buy happiness and love. A very well-told story from one of the best.
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good fast read!
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Luciano Peretti may still be the handsome and hot-blooded man she fell for six years ago, but now Skye wants nothing to do with him! She can't forget Luc's rejection of her then, or how she refused his wicked family when they tried to bribe her to end her pregnancy. Since then, she's raised her son single-handedly-poverty-stricken but proud. But Luc is determined to take back the bride and child who were stolen from him-and there's one quick and effective way to do it:marriage!
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He's my child too, Skye." "No, he's not," She retorted vehemently, needing to sow doubt, to make him leave them alone. I've seen a copy of his birth certificate," Luc started to argue. "The date alone--"
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This was a great light read. Luc and Skye were a great couple.
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This is a great book!