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The Rings That Bind (2013)

by Michelle Smart

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Rosa and Nico have a marriage of convenience. After months of loneliness, Rosa strays and decides she wants a divorce. Nico will not agree to this. He wants Rosa to give him time so that he can convince her to stay with him and make another go of their marriage.

Enjoyable story despite a few slow parts here and there. I liked Rosa a lot and sympathized with her. I also liked Nico even though he didn’t really seem to have any romantic/sexual interest in Rosa until his pride took a hit and he thought that she was leaving him for another man. I enjoyed the time they spent on the yacht when they finally took the time to get to know each other better and learn things about one another. The story was engaging with some emotional bits, as well. ( )
  PaulaLT | May 5, 2017 |
Review Posted on HarlequinJunkie.com

Rosa and Nico are complicated. Rosa is the best PA Nico has ever had. Her Russian is flawless, she’s amazingly smart, and she excels at everything she does. During a business trip to California, he notices that she keeps getting messages from her ex, so he does what any normal guy would do – he throws her phone into the ocean and asks her to marry him. Read More ( )
  Aleveria | Jan 12, 2017 |
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Rosa Baranski sat on the kitchen worktop, ostensibly waiting for the coffee percolator to finish, and gazed down at the slate tiles.
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On his terms only 

The day Rosa agreed to wear Nicolai Baranski's ring she wasn't so foolish as to expect love. Yet nothing could have prepared her for the aching loneliness of her husband's constant indifference—an indifference that proved too much to bear. 

Nico is furious—no one turns their back on a Baranski. Rosa has some nerve if she thinks he will just let her walk away. He'll use every sensual trick at his disposal to bring her back, begging for more. And once he's got her where he wants her? He'll let her go. But only when he's ready!

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The day Rosa agreed to wear Nicolai Baransk''s ring she wasn't so foolish as to expect love. Yet nothing could have prepared her for the aching loneliness of her husband's constant indifference An indifference that proved too much to bear. Nico is furious. No one turns their back on a Baranski. Rosa has some nerve if she thinks he will just let her walk away. He'll use every sensual trick at his disposal to bring her back, begging for more. And once he's got her where he wants her? He'll let her go. But only when he's ready!… (more)

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