Ana Couldn T Believe Her Luck When Irresistibly Sexy Sebastian Rentoul Proposed He Made Her Feel Less Like A Gangly, Awkward Beanpole And Like A Stunning, Desirable Supermodel Until She Realized That Being Mrs Rentoul Didn T Mean She Had Her Husband S LoveNow Ana Has Issued Divorce Papers And Is Getting On With Her Life But Seb, Fascinated Than Ever By His Reluctant Bride, Decides To Make Sure She Fully Understands How Much Pleasure She Ll Be Missing Ana met her steaming husband and got a whirlwind romance out of it or so she d thought Finding out that Sebastian was only using her was an awful blow.A year later she s in Africa and she meets with her steaming husband hell bent on settling things after she had the nerve to press for a divorce With the heat, the lust, and the unfinished business it spells trouble for this two.Okay It s lusty but not really my cup off tea The main leads were ultra flawed and had a problem settling their minds.I like flawed characters with humanity in them but this feels too fictional for me There is a lack of background from both parties for me to completely get to know the characters Without substantial knowledge of their psyche and drive then it s important to have a feel of their background in order to see what possibles move within context they d make I didn t see that here.It s was a fine read If you want the generic marriage of convenience then this is a story for you to check out The story is interesting and written well but nothing stands out for me. Natalie Anderson does a fantastic job with this Harlequin Presents Sebastian and Ana marry after a whirlwind couple days, and then split nearly as soon after.Sebastian doesn t believe in forever or really, in marriage, having watched his parents each go through a string of divorces Ana was orphaned as a child, and grew up knowing she wasn t lovable But the look in Seb s eyes makes her feel wanted, at least for a time, and the feelings she arouses in Seb make him want to believe in.Ms Anderson packs a lot into this short category, and it s a pleasure all the way through. The characters were likeable but I found the challenges they faced a bit unrealistic The book could have finished 50 pages earlier Fun and sexy at parts though.
See this thread for information. USA TODAY bestseller Natalie Anderson writes fun, frisky, feels good contemporary romance for Harlequin Mills Boon, Entangled Publishing and independently With over thirty books published, she s also been a Romantic Times Award nominee a finalist for the R BY Romantic Book of the Year She lives in Christchurch, New Zealand with her husband, four children and what feels like a million ducks.Find out at her website
- 192 pages
- To Love, Honor and Disobey
- Natalie Anderson
- 12 September 2019 Natalie Anderson