Book Reviews of The Italian's Suitable Wife (Italian Husbands) (Harlequin Presents, No 2425)

The Italian's Suitable Wife (Italian Husbands) (Harlequin Presents, No 2425)
The Italian's Suitable Wife - Italian Husbands - Harlequin Presents, No 2425
Author: Lucy Monroe
ISBN-13: 9780373124251
ISBN-10: 0373124252
Publication Date: 10/1/2004
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Rico DiRinaldi want's a wife and children even though a accident has left him unable to walk. So he proposes to Gianna Lakewood who has secretly alway's loved Rico.
This is a wonderful book, I have a copy on my keeper shelf and thought I would share this extra copy with another Lucy Monroe fan
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Enrico DiRinaldi still wants a wife and children, even though an accident has left him unable to walk. So he proposes a marriage of convenience to Gianna Lakewood. Having always longed for a baby herself - and having secretly loved Rico since she was a teenager - Gianna can't say no...

The passion Rico ignites in his innocent bride leaves her breathless. But when she realizes that Rico's full recovery from his injuries is imminent, and his beautiful ex-fiancee is waiting in the wings, Gianna is sure he won't want her any more. So why is Rico so intent on keeping his convenient wife by his side?
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I really did like this book. I've read other books by Lucy Monroe and this is one of her better books.
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Enrico DiRinaldi wants a wife and children, even though an accident has left him unable to walk. So he proposes marriage to Gianna Lakewood. Having secretly always loved Rico, Gianna can't say no.

The passion Rico ignites in his innocent bride is explosive! But when she realizes that Rico's full recovery is imminent,and his beautiful ex-fiancée is waiting in the wings, Gianna is sure he won't want her anymore. However, Rico is still intent on keeping his convenient wife by his side.
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summary:

Enrico wants a wife and family even though an accident has left him unable to walk. So he proposes to Gianna, a long time family friend who has been in love with him forever. She agrees to marry him, but lives with the fear that once he is back on his feet he won't really want her anymore and will go back to his ex-fiancee'.

commentary:
This is a story about a man who has lost the ability to walk and is struggling with not feeling like a man anymore. I liked this book because it deals with sexual insecurity in a man, which is something we don't often see in a romance novel. Another element I like is how she has known him forever, and has always loved him but he never really noticed her until a life changing event makes him take notice. As always, Lucy Monroe tells a terrific story!
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I really enjoyed this one.
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GREAT STORY
H/H ARE WELL SUITED FOR EACH OTHER AFTER THEY GET PAST ALL THE DRAMA
THANK YOU LUCY MONROE ANOTHER GREAT STORY
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Lucy Monroe does it again. This is a fun love story. The hero is a normal HP alpha multibillionar, however he has been possibly paralyzed in an accident. He marries the heroine, who has been in love with him for years, because she believes he will be able to walk. The HEA is well done and believable.