The Italian Count's Defiant Bride

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Harlequin, Jun 1, 2009 - Fiction - 192 pages
3 Reviews
Count Francesco da Luca doesn't like being made a fool of. When his bride fled the marriage bed, he vowed she'd pay the debt she owed him—their wedding night!

But Alicia Cross is no longer the trembling, naive innocent he married—and she won't be pushed around by the masterful count. His runaway bride is proving to be more of a challenge than he anticipated—until he discovers she's still a virgin. The wedding night Francesco wanted is his for the taking!

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Review: The Italian Count's Defiant Bride (International Billionaires #5)

User Review  - Jennifer Mcpherson - Goodreads

”Francesco!” Said Alicia frantically. ”speak to me, darling!” What-shall-I say, Amore?” He croaked. Gareth let out a shaky breath. ”Are you all right?” No ,.of course he's not all right, Alicia said ... Read full review

Review: The Italian Count's Defiant Bride (International Billionaires #5)

User Review  - Jenny - Goodreads

No angst or intense emotions. Didn't like it. Read full review


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Catherine George was born in a village where the library featured largely in her life, and her mother encouraged Catherine's passion for reading, a passion which continues to this day. But it was her husband who suggested that "Instead of reading other people's novels all the time, why not have a shot at writing one yourself?" So she did - and hasn't looked back since! Catherine lives with her family in Wales, between the Wye Valley and the River Severn.

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