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The Fiorenza forced marriage

O Fiorenza She expected no mention in his will let alone a stipulation to marry his son But financially she's desperate Rafaele will treat Emma like the moneygr. This is a very worn out trope and plot The hH are forced to marry by a manipulative will She had nursed his father during his last days and the H is positive had also shared the old man s bed because why else would he be so benevolent to her in his will So they start off on a bad footing with him calling her all kinds of names But the attraction is mutual and fiery They decide to get married to satisfy the terms of the will and also their mutual lustThe sex scenes are hot explicit and plentiful She gives him the usual virgo intacta surprise He is surprised but not deterred from his principled manhoe dictums of I make no promises and lets enjoy what we have till it lasts She of course falls for him like a ton of bricks and goes from a fighting lady to a needy clingy truculent child But I couldn t dislike her Her excitement and wonder at her newfound feelings and sexuality are done well She understands it would be difficult to hold his interest for long and keeps yo yoing between excitement and despair She tells him of her love only to be politely rebuffed and so she stops saying it at all after a while Her jealous and insecure ranting and nagging were not necessarily irritating rather were uite believable Of course this is not an elaborate plot so it all wraps up predictably The ending was a bit abrupt and anticlimactic I think some drama in the penultimate phase is always good

Summary The Fiorenza forced marriage

RAFAELE FIORENZA IS FURIOUS TO GET HIS INHERITANCE HE HAS TO MARRY HIS ESTRANGED FATHER'S MISTRESSEmma March was only doing her job caring for the late Valentin. The blurb was half right Heroine was financially desperate but she turned out to be emotionally desperate as well I actually liked Emma at the beginning however she soon transformed into a whiny and pathetic mess after receiving a sample of the hero s Lusty Lance of Pleasure Unreuited love can be painful yes but there s a difference between being desperately in love and acting on that desperation Not a good lookview spoilerRafael had warned Emma he couldn t offer her what she wanted love commitment and kids only promising sex on tap while their forced marriage lasted So when he didn t pledge undying love after they started having sex did she exhibit some class and patience Unfortunately no She instead embarked on a How To Nag a Man into Loving You campaign beginning with interrogations on whether he was seeing someone else pouting because he didn t want her attending him on his business trips and finally demanding he love her like she did him hide spoiler

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Ubbing harlot he thinks she is He'll wed her bed her and destroy her But then he discovers his new wife is a virgin He's forced an innocent woman down the aisle. Emma our heroine is nursing Valentino Fiorenza When he dies he states in his will she must marry his son notorious playboy Rafaele Fiorenza Emma needs the money so she eagerly accepts Rafaele thinks Emma is a gold digger and a whore and that she was his father s mistress but he has no choice he has to marry her or else he will lose his villa I loved this book Hero is your typical hot alpha hero he is tortured and broken and he is also a sex god so poor Emma does not stand a chance He treats Emma with contempt and anger despite being attracted to her He fights his feelings but what he doesn t know is that Emma is already deeply in love and she won t give up on him Emma is such an adorable person who managed to be sweet and charming despite having horrible parents and a bad childhood I adored her honesty and giving nature She is a breath of fresh air and always looks for the good in those around her Her unconditional love heals and saves Rafaele from a lonely miserable existence She is a saintly heroine and just what our cynical bitter hero needs


About the Author: Melanie Milburne

I grew up on a small farm on the outskirts of Sydney and as a keen horse rider often competed in local gymkhanas and even broke in a few horses from time to time As I was surrounded by animals I decided at an early age to become a nurse however I couldn’t stand the sight of blood and so opted for a career in teaching It’s a bit ironic that I married a surgeonI read my first Mills & Boon nove



10 thoughts on “The Fiorenza forced marriage

  1. says:

    Premise Heroine was hero's father's nurse When he dies he leaves his estate to the hero and the heroine eually provided they marry for a year The heroine agrees because her sister needs money The hero wants to keep the family villa The heroine might have fallen for the hero's bad boy charm but all I saw was the bad He accused her of being a whore and a golddigger and sleeping with his terminally ill father until the 60% mark And t

  2. says:

    The blurb was half right Heroine was financially desperate but she turned out to be emotionally desperate as we

  3. says:

    UghFORCED MARRIAGE MOCMANWHORE MEETS VIRGIN Hero forced to wed father's nurse and possible mistress in order to get the family villaThe hero is a charmless pig that takes every opportunity to insult the heroine with charming epithets like gold digger and I think even slut while he puts the moves on her For the inevitable six feet and something of Italian yumminess he is simply gross and crude The dingbat h is

  4. says:

    I'm kind of bummed to be rating a Melanie Milburne story so low I usually can't go wrong with one of her stories but this one was a huge letdown for me This story sounded right up my alley Rude hero forced to marry who he believes is his father's mistress in order to get his share of his inheritance Rafaele believes his father is punishing

  5. says:

    This book starts with the hero coming off as a real jerk He's rude arrogant a womanizer and has a heart of stone But somehow over the book you get to see that he has a heart that was crushed by a very traumatic incident in his past and by his father's indifference I wanted to continue disliking him but I found I could no

  6. says:

    This is a very worn out trope and plot The hH are forced to marry by a manipulative will She had nursed his father during his last days and the H is positive had also shared the old man’s bed because why else wo

  7. says:

    Emma our heroine is nursing Valentino Fiorenza When he dies he states in his will she must marry his son notorious playboy Rafaele Fiorenza Emma needs the money so she eagerly accepts Rafaele thinks Emma is a gold digger and a whore

  8. says:

    The H was a real butthead during the first half of the book The h was his father’s caretaker and he accused her of being a gold digging whore every chance her could Then he learned first hand how wrong he was and changed his tune

  9. says:

    49 stars

  10. says:

    Raffael spent the better half of the book calling emma a slut who had trapped his father Each time he wud see her he wud ask if she had slept with the old man or another comment in this genre I was annoyed and bored wid his attitude and really had had enough of the book So I skipped a few pages and continued to read At dat point h

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