The Marriage Arrangement is a fabulous read.
Two powerful, wealthy families arrange a marriage between Miguel Santanas and Hannah. It is the perfect marriage uniting these two powerful families. It is a business deal where love has nothing to do with it.
Miguel is powerfully built, very handsome and possesses a leashed sensuality that women find hard to resist. He is, also, a force to be reckoned with if ever crossed. Hannah is a beautiful, successful woman. She radiates a gentle warmth that draws him. Enchants him . . .
Both are very content with the arrangement they have made. Until a beautiful, scheming woman turns her attentions toward Miguel. She is use to getting what she wants and she wants Miguel. She goes to any lengths to tempt Miguel away from Hannah.
Hannah begins to question her mounting jealousy. Does she feel more for Miguel than she is willing to admit? As for Miguel, what does he conceal in his heart?
This was such a passionate lovestory. Miguel is everything a woman would want in a mate. He is compassionate, gentle, passionate and loyal. He binds Hannah to him with tenderness, warmth and yes, passion. The storyline was fabulously written and the love scenes were scourching. I read it in one night. A GREAT read!
I loved this book so much, I have read it twice, very romantic.
Very good read - about an arranged marriage that becomes a love match. The other reviews here are accurate - the only thing that annoys me is that they don't confess their love to each other much sooner than they eventually do. But, still, a good read.
Like most Harlequin books, this book was short and full of hot and steamy scenes. I loved the development of the characters. Hannah and Miguel Santos's marriage of convenience was never a convenience . Hannah's fears keeps her from seeing what was their from the start. Miguel sees it, but knows theirs no way to get Hannah to see unless she sees it on her own.
It takes the unwanted flirtations of Camille to pull down her defenses about Miguel. Why would she be jealous of she didn't love him. Why would she be afraid he'll succumb if she didn't love him. Why would she be wounded by the idea of him making love to another woman. It takes a deviant woman to make her see what was their all along.
I loved this book....