[Read] ➳ Marrying the Enemy! ➯ Elizabeth Power – Moi-sosedi.info

Marrying the Enemy! For Better, Or For Worse Alexia Had Known That Coming Home After All These Years Would Be Difficult Even So As She D Be Living Under The Same Roof As York Masterton The Last Time They D Met, Alexia Had Been An Innocent Teenager Now She Was A Sophisticated Woman Who Knew What She Wanted Her Rightful Inheritance.York Didn T Bother To Hide His Suspicious Dislike Of Alexia Until He Realized That, Far From Hating Her, He Wanted To Marry Her And He D Give Everything He Owned To Be Able To Trust His New Wife Especially Now That She Was Having His Baby.


About the Author: Elizabeth Power

Following in her father s footsteps, Elizabeth Power wanted to be a writer from a very early age Once she realised that copying Rupert Bear stories word for word from her albums wasn t really the thing to do, she was on her way By the age of fourteen, Elizabeth had produced her first full length novel alas never published and by the age of fifteen her teenage years meant life was so full that al



10 thoughts on “Marrying the Enemy!

  1. says:

    Well, this was a muddled mess As Preeti s review explains, this story is trope overload and then some.Unfortunately, none of the tropes are handled particularly well.The first phase of the story is the 27 year old heroine returning to England from New Zealand after a ten year absence She is just in time for the funeral of her grandfather who kicked


  2. says:

    When a book juggles so many tropes, it s bound to flounder or leave you floundering for solid ground.I tried to put them in a list but maybe I missed a few And the list goes on and on like the story So let me see. Spoilers Opens on a funeralShunned ran out of town h but back for the inheritance or..H the local lord of the manorKissing cousinsConvoluted fami


  3. says:

    A magical romance that left me wanting I loved York and Alex They are a beautiful couple Well written and engaging A must read for all romance readers


  4. says:

    I m a fan of Elizabeth Powers s books, there is something about the very emotional stories she writes that apeals to me, and this is another good book of hers.At first the story is a little difficult to get into, there seemed to be a lot of hints to lots of different things that you don t really make sense of until much later in the book That is frustrating, but it certainly


  5. says:

    For better, or for worse Alexia had known that coming home after all these years would be difficult even so as she d be living under the same roof as York Masterton The last time they d met, Alexia had been an innocent teenager Now she was a sophisticated woman who knew what she wanted her rightful inheritance.York didn t bother to hide his suspicious dislike of Alexia until he real


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