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The Spaniard's Inconvenient Wife

by Kate Walker

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Emotional, volatile, passionate, an incredible love story!

Just when I didn't believe this second book in the Alcolar Family series could live up to the first, I was proven wrong. Kate Walker is an unbelievable storyteller. She weaves such passion and interest into her storyline and characters as they come to life.
This is Ramon and Estella's story. Ramon is a sexy, strong and sensitive Spanish alpha, one who believes he is not capable of falling in love or in the happy ever after, not until he meets the beautiful Estella. Estella is being sold off to the highest bidder in order to save the family reputation. Estella is very warm, soft, sexy and sensitive.
Ramon meets Estella at her family home where he has a meeting with her father to purchase a TV station. However, there is a glitch when her father wants her married as part of the deal to save the family name from a past scandal. Ramon wants the TV station, the only thing that would truly be his, not something belonging to his past or present family ties.
Personally, I fell in love with Ramon’s character; He’s strong, sexy, sensitive, intelligent, and daring, the perfect alpha male. Kate has an incredible way of describing Ramon from his background, to his present role in the Alcolar family, business and his feelings and intentions where Estella is concerned. Estella has been accused of being a “fallen woman€? by high society. She is warm, sensitive and a real spitfire. When Ramon and Estella are put together, sparks begin to form and fly. This very high paced love story continues with a marriage of convenience and both realize that this mutual attraction is something more.
Once I began to read this wonderful love story, I couldn't put it down. I also encourage you to read "The Twelve-Month Mistress", the first in the series. If you get to know the Alcolar's, you won't be sorry, I promise.

Mills & Boon Book Summary:

The convenient solution is to marry her!
Ramón Dario desperately wants the Medrano Company. But the deal has a shocking condition – marriage to the notorious Estrella Medrano! Ramón won’t be forced into anything, least of all into wedding a scarlet woman!
But Estrella is not what he imagined. Ramón can’t get her gorgeous body out of his mind. He even starts to believe she may not deserve her reputation! A marriage of convenience – and desire – might be a good deal after all… ( )
  MarilynS | May 18, 2006 |
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