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The Amalfi Bride (Mills & Boon comics) [Kindle Edition]

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One night during a solitary trip to Italy, the straitlaced Regina spends the night with a dangerous gigolo! She can't believe a smart lawyer like herself would give herself to a man she just met... This was how daringly irresistible this man Nico was to women. Nico seems to be somewhat of a celebrity in his hometown. But Regina didn't know that he is actually a renowned prince!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 7600 KB
  • Publisher: Harlequin K.K. / SB Creative Corp. (3 Feb. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004M17GFA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #628,270 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3.0 out of 5 stars confusing 11 Oct. 2013
By fiona
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
enjoyed able but confusing story line but interesting also a hint of curtness and grumpy but still cute in a really feel good way
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5.0 out of 5 stars Buy this for the drawings by Marito Ai 24 Oct. 2012
By Ambience - Published on
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Love the drawings and story - the story is far more pleasurable due to the drawings. Adult themes here - belongs to the category of "josei" women's manga in Japan, in comparison to Shoujo - which is girl's type of manga. Really love the harlequin series and the Josei themes. Love this manga! I love all of the Marito Ai illustrated manga and keep on checking Amazon for more of them. They are geared for the Josei market and the stories are definitely comparable to Harlequin. If you are visual, and love comics but did not like the drawings of 11 year old type girls - these are stories of young women in their 20s, beautifully drawn and wearing fabulous clothes whether tailored or ultra feminine. The older women who are mothers or grandmothers are drawn with extreme dignity and beauty and dressed in spectacular clothes whether for casual, formal, business, or dress up. Love this. For the woman who loves romance drawn in a very pretty style.

Marito Ai - from harlequin series - has by far the most beautiful characters, fashions, and gorgeous interiors in settings in Italy, Spain. Want to support the Harlequin comics so am writing this review in the hopes that they will make more for us in America in English translation.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Feels like it's missing a chapter.. 22 Sept. 2013
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Woman goes on trip, meets dashing man while he is in the company of a beautiful older woman, and immediately assumes him to be a gigolo. Of course, this complete stranger couldn't possibly be with a family member, or spouse, or even friend.... Not only does she think he's a gigolo, but actually reserves his "services" for three days. Male, on the other hand, assumes this to be a normal date until she asks how much he would cost. If this had been written with the roles reversed, we would think it trash, and yet we're supposed to find it cute that she so terribly misjudges a royal heir as a gigolo. This couldn't possibly be how "sheltered" women think. "Excuse me, sir, I noticed you leaning by the store with no obvious name tag or signboard declaring your ownership of the store. Since you must automatically be a bum, here is a quarter." Not an actual quote.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 29 Nov. 2014
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Thank you!!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars ok 23 Oct. 2011
By Serene Night - Published on
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Amalfi Bride is a sweet story of a young woman named Regina who travels to Amalfi to escape a stifling life as a lonely spinster attorney. She intends, like her best friend Lucy, to use fertility clinic donor to have a baby but is taking a trip to Amalfi for a brief vacation beforehand. Her plans are blown, however, when she meets a handsome man named Nico who she feels strongly attracted to. Regina for some silly reason believes he is a gigolo.

Regina then vows to hire him to be her date for the next 3 days, however Nico is eventually outted as a prince and his domineering mother sends Regina back to the States. Regina eventually discovers she is pregnant and Nico contacts her and assumes the worst- that she is a gold digger. They misunderstand each other, and eventually Nico and she makeup, realize their love for each other and get married.

This was an ok story. Nico was really cute, and I liked Regina at first, but I felt she was too easily ordered about by Nico's domineering mother, and her family (especially her sister), treated her shabbily. I felt they should grovel more for how they treated her. Nico was charming at first, but I thought it was a bit odd for him to assume she is a gold digger. Likewise I thought the heroine's assumption that the hero was a gigolo was a bit out of left field. It is not out of the question he simply might've been dating the older women?

I think the problem with harlequin Manga, is that they are overly abridged so you really do not get an entire story and plots aren't detailed enough to give you adequate character development ore explanation of what is going on. This isn't a full length manga here, but really only a couple dozen pages.

This was ok, manga but I've read better. I did like the pencils and Nico was cute, but I felt there just wasn't enough story here to make it any more than an average read.
5.0 out of 5 stars Hi 29 Mar. 2015
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love it.
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