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Work experience. September, — Present about 7 years. December, — September, almost 2 years. September, — September, about 3 years. Portfolio 5 selected works. Explore the Reedsy Community Reedsy is a community of top publishing professionals. Sweet fluff. Enjoyable but nothing that really stands out. It was different from LG's usual stuff. The hero was basically nice throughout. The heroine was sort of weakly feisty. The plot was not real solid. It had a lot of potential to be a lot more. This is one that suffered from lack of space. The scenes that were there were really good but by themselves could not tell a well rounded complete story.
There either needed to be a bunch more sc This book was more fluff than normal for the HP line.
There either needed to be a bunch more scenes of the same length or shorten what was there so more story could be told. Not bad but sort of cotton candyish. Nothing that anyone is going to be offended with but no one is going to remember it forever either. Sep 09, Fanniny Moreno Zavaleta rated it liked it Shelves: childhood-scars , ex-hurt-him , ex-wreaking-havoc , he-has-a-title , he-is-honorable-or-dutiful , he-is-the-seducer , he-was-going-to-marry-another , hero-arab , heroine-i-didn-t-like , horrible-step-mom-or-dad.
Leaving original rating though I probably should take a star. The opening scene with the H leaving after a session with his current mistress is not my idea of a perfect opening for a romance novel, but then apparently there are people who like that. Anyways, the H wasn't a jerk not by HP standards and tried to be nice and sweet but failed to charm me, instead of just ignoring the sexts from the OW he should have blocked and erased them.
I didn't like the h either, she was the kind of childish tha Leaving original rating though I probably should take a star. I didn't like the h either, she was the kind of childish that annoys me. In the end nothing outstanding in Harleyland. Oct 16, Saly rated it liked it Shelves: category-romance , harlequin-presents , harlequin-silhouette , marriage-of-convenience , virgin-heroines. This was a typical but enjoyable HP.
Raja needs a Royal wife for peace and he finds Ruby but she isn't interested after all she grew up normal after her father rejected her and her mother but well you know she agrees to a platonic marriage for the sake of peace of the country she was born in. Then we have the typical drama. Ruby was a feisty heroine and she often posed many awkward questions to Raja.
Enjoyable read. The heroine Ruby is just an ordinary girl until her world is turned upside down when she is visited by the hero Raja and informed that she is heir to a country and must also marry him. Ruby has never been acknowledged by her father and his family, who were royalty and leaders of a small eastern country, so she never knew she was actually a princess. She is shocked to learn that in order for her father's country to be at peace with the neighbouring country - the one that Raja is leader of - she m The heroine Ruby is just an ordinary girl until her world is turned upside down when she is visited by the hero Raja and informed that she is heir to a country and must also marry him.
She is shocked to learn that in order for her father's country to be at peace with the neighbouring country - the one that Raja is leader of - she must marry Raja. Raja has always known that he would one day have to sacrifice his own freedom for duty to his country. Upon meeting Ruby, even though she is rather headstrong and impetuous, he immediately desires her and realises being married to her wouldn't be a hardship.
Ruby doesn't want to marry Raja but after gathering information about the state of the country of her birth she agrees, on the condition that it be a marriage in name only. However she did not realise how much she would desire Raja, and how easily he could make her give in.
I was pretty hesitant about reading this book. Don't get me wrong, I am a big fan of Lynne Graham's books, but her last one put me off.