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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon (1 May 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0263877930
  • ISBN-13: 978-0263877939
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 1.2 x 17 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 560,491 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Katie Howe on 10 April 2010
Format: Paperback
I'm having a 'poor' month and had to skip lunch for two days to buy this book. Was it worth it? DEFINITELY!!!!!! This is a beautifully written, well paced and sensitive novel and a bit out of the ordinary for Lynne. As always, theres a hero to die for and a heroine you'd love to have as a best friend. I think it's the pace of the novel which makes it that bit different. The characters don't immediately fall between the sheets and the build up to the 'scene' keeps you turning the pages so that I, for one, had to read the novel in one sitting. The hero Valente is after revenge but his sensitivity in dealing with Carolines problems is so charming and so sexy that you're more than happy to forgive his initial ruthlessness. Caroline on the other hand could have easily slipped into being a doormat, but Lynne manages to avoid that. You understand why she behaves the way she does and sympathise with her plight. Needless to say when they get together, the action is explosive. I wish I had a 10th of Lynnes talent, I wish Lynne could produce a book a month but they say the secret to happiness is to be content with what you have and this month we have a new Lynne Graham novel which is well worth the read.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Uenna TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 April 2010
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Five years ago, Valente Lorenzatto and Caroline met, fell in love and were engaged to be married until Caroline stood him up at the altar. Valente was aware that her adoptive parents Joe and Isabel Hales, the owners of the Hales transport where he worked as a poor lorry driver did not want him to marry their daughter. Her father even tried to buy him off and told him Caroline loved her 'childhood sweetheart' Matthew. So when Matthew and Joe conspired /failed to convey Caroline's message to Valente as to why she will not be at the wedding, Valente felt Caroline who he was confident loved him had betrayed him and he vowed to make them all pay for what they had done.
On the rebound, Caroline persuaded by her parents and Matthew's parents married Matthew so that the Hales will get the son-in-law they wanted, to run their business and Caroline believed Matthew was her friend, but Mathew was the husband from hell, a womaniser with no business sense, an extravagant taste, who ran the business to the ground.

Five years on, Matthew was dead, and the Hales had lost everything. Hales transport and her parent's home has been bought by an Italian Company owned by Valente. Valente is now a billionaire and arranges a meeting with Caroline to discuss his ownership of Hales and her parent's home. Valente wants her back as his mistress or he will close down the company, with all the workers made redundant and her parent's made homeless. Caroline has a major problem with intimacy since Matthew did a number on her and knew that she could not fulfil Valente's terms so she ups the ante and demands marriage or no deal at all. Valente agrees as he wants her back any way he could, only on their wedding night he discovered Caroline had duped him.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Roroblu's Mum TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 May 2010
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....but her upcoming novels Pregnancy Shock and Stormy Greek Marriage are intriguing enough to make me want to get them: they're the Before and After tales of the same couple.

I'm not saying that there was much wrong with this novel, and I know very well that novels are meant to be a bit of escapism, but this was so sugary sweet I found myself wishing that Valente would get a bit of backbone and turn into one of the typical Italian males Lynne Graham is so fond of writing about! He was so nice to Caroline, and her meddling parents and even her cat that I wanted to shake him.

The other reviewers tell the tale so well that there's nothing to add other than it was so unrealistic and 'picture perfect' that it's almost as if the author is having a laugh at her readers' expense. I mean, Caroline stays a virgin for Valente, she gets smacked around by her late husband for googling Valente's name, she's on her sickbed with a burst appendix and (yes, it is their wedding day) all she can think of is getting him a message, and when that doesn't happen, she writes to him to explain, yet he never gets to read the letter, thus perpetuating the series of events. And the HEA - my goodness, everyone, including the cats get a HEA. Caroline's mum should have gotten her comeuppance, but no, she suddenly loves her rich son-in-law and whilst I can't recall more than a brief few words between them, he does right by her, even paying for Caro's dad to get his heart op done privately, then totally refurbishing and remodelling their home (that he now owns) at his expense. What about revenge? Had he, an Italian, never heard of Machiavelli? What about a little self-esteem and making them grovel a touch? No, all was forgiven, all sweetness and light...too sachariney for me.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marilyn Shoemaker on 3 Jun. 2010
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For those who love romances with vibrant characters and a plot full of surprises Lynne Graham's Virgin on Her Wedding Night is a story that's got to be read! For a sexy story that sizzles with sensuality and realistic characters, be sure you pick up this Harlequin Presents.

What's not to love when an Italian alpha is the main hero? Valente Lorenzatto was used to being in the spotlight over the last five years when he made his millions and was accepted by the famed Barbieri family as the Count Ettore and the Barbieri illegitimate grandson. And now at the top of his list is to enact revenge on the Hale family and their daughter Caroline who left him standing at the altar five years earlier. Hale Transport was in trouble and Velente purchased the business and the Hale estate as revenge. The only way he would be happy was to get the wedding night that was taken from him when his bride-to-be, Caroline Hale left him standing at the alter.

Caroline Hale grew up pleasing her parents and in the end gave up the love of her life Valente Lorenzatto because her parents and her childhood friend Matthew Bailey and his family insisted she marry Matthew. And then the very man she once loved had destroyed her family financially so she approached him to plead their case. However, being the man he was he informed her he wanted her to become his mistress. It was bad enough that her deceased husband humiliated her with his unkind words and his mistresses, ruined her father's business and now she's faced with Valente proposition? When would Caroline ever get to please herself?

Because of the way she was raised and due to her father's poor health, Caroline realized there was only one option for her and that was to marry Valente.
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