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In the seductive heat of Rio during its Carnaval, Ellie succumbs to her dangerously charismatic boss, Diogo Serrador. But, having taken her virginity, the Brazilian billionaire wants nothing more to do with her until he discovers she's pregnant!

Diogo will accept nothing less than taking Ellie as his bride. Their marriage is passionate by night, but tense and empty by day. Ellie realizes that she's in an impossible situation: Diogo's dark past has frozen his heart, but she's fallen in love with her husband….

Topics: Pregnancy, Bosses, Kidnapping, One Night Stands, Marriage, Angsty, Brazil, and Twins

Published: Harlequin Presents an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781426834295
List price: $3.99
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Wow... What a intense read. Lol. I didn't really like Ellie initially. I felt that she's a bit pushover. And didn't have a mind of her own. Yes, she deny everything verbally. And her actions tells another. As for Diogo, he's really the most how do you put it? More than a alpha. I'm surprise with the flow of the story. Especially the last part. It adds a bit of thrill in it. ? not bad. more
I didn't like how whiny and weak the girl was at first but it brought me to tears. loved the ending. good readingmore
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Wow... What a intense read. Lol. I didn't really like Ellie initially. I felt that she's a bit pushover. And didn't have a mind of her own. Yes, she deny everything verbally. And her actions tells another. As for Diogo, he's really the most how do you put it? More than a alpha. I'm surprise with the flow of the story. Especially the last part. It adds a bit of thrill in it. ? not bad. more
I didn't like how whiny and weak the girl was at first but it brought me to tears. loved the ending. good readingmore
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