In the first book one learns that loss of both life and marriage happened due to a business deal between father's that "went sour". Sheikh Khaled wanted revenge for the death of his parents and for being stood up at the altar in Stolen by the Sheikh. In this book, Mancini Marriage, one learns the "other side" of the story. Paolo marries Helene 12 years earlier to save her from an arranged marriage. They live apart all of these years and when Paolo is the object of revenge and looses his current companion to the Sheikh who wants revenge; in the end he contacts his "wife on paper" for a divorce. From that very moment, the story begins and takes the reader on a high speed roller coaster. Lack of communication and misunderstandings and an extreme sensual pull between the main characters Helene and Paolo plus the knowledge of a pregnancy, complicate everything. This is a wonderful story, one not to be missed.
He'd wed her to save her from a forced marriage to another man. Twelve years later, Paolo's back to tell his wife, beautiful Helene they can divorce at last. But Paolo is still the passionate & gorgeous Italian whom Helene married. Paolo realizes what he's been missing-and decides that he cannot let her go!