Book Reviews of Never a Bride (Wedlocked!) (Harlequin Presents, No 1775)

Never a Bride (Wedlocked!) (Harlequin Presents, No 1775)
Never a Bride - Wedlocked! - Harlequin Presents, No 1775
Author: Diana Hamilton
ISBN-13: 9780373117758
ISBN-10: 0373117752
Publication Date: 11/1/1995
Pages: 192
Rating:
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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3 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Disappointingly, this story is written totally from the heroine's POV. Also, they've already been married two years, and are in conflict, when the story opens - there's no build-up of sexual tension, and the heroine is under the (false) impression that the hero is having an affair for the whole book.

This would have been much better if only how these two people decided to marry "for convenience" was made a part of the very beginning of the story, and then it continued from there -instead of plopping the reader smack into the middle of their troubled & sexless marriage -which made no sense. Also, the hero's POV was desperately needed.
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Jake Winters was every woman's fantasy and as his P.A., Claire had been groomed to become his perfect partner. She was the ideal assistant, hostess...and wife!
Their wedding had been a mutually beneficial business arrangement; their marriage a paper affair. Claire had never felt like a real bride: she was just a beautiful possession to Jake, who seemed more interested in the seductive Lorella.
Now Claire had made a big mistake: she'd fallen in love with her husband!
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The perfect match... in name only?
Jake Winters was every woman's fantasy-and, as his P. A. Claire had been groomed to become his perfect partner. She was the ideal assistant, hostess...and wife?
Their wedding had been a mutually benefical business arrangement; their marriage a paper affair. Claire had never felt like a real bride: she was just a beautiful possession to Jake, who seemed more interested in the seductive Lorella.
Now Claire had made a big mistake: she'd fallen in love with her husband!