- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Mills & Boon - AU; First edition edition (1 March 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0263877752
- ISBN-13: 978-0263877755
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 1.3 x 17.1 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 99.8 g
- Customer Reviews: 35 customer ratings
The Andreou Marriage Arrangement Paperback – 1 March 2010
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About the Author
Helen Bianchin was encouraged by a friend to write her own romance novel and she hasn’t stopped writing since! Helen’s interests include a love of reading, going to the movies, and watching selected television programs. She also enjoys catching up with friends, usually over a long lunch! A lover of animals, especially cats, she owns two beautiful Birmans. Helen lives in Australia with her husband. Their three children and four grandchildren live close by.
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Compre el manga hace tiempo y lo sigo releyendo.
Lo recomiendo, es increíble 10/10.
I like this story, and I like how the hero has a soft spot (no matter how small). He's like a big man or gangster who takes care of puppies in the rain. A tough merciless alpha, who protects the weak even though he hides it.
The heroine on the other hand wears a mask, hiding her pain, which we and the hero get to see much to her dismay.
Honestly the hero wasn't my favorite since he wanted to dominate heroine, since she didn't want to marry him (he says even she will worship him).
The more scared she gets the more he wants to protect her, which made him much easier to like.
Comparing the two works, I feel Andreou is less convincing. We don't get much sense of his personality, other than he's a busy man with a keen sense of vengeance. He's in the boardroom or the bedroom, or he's staring at the lady. The heroines of both books are strong and determined. Bianchin is fond of tossing out 'sentences' of descriptive language which have no beginning or end. They make sense only because they follow a previous sentence or question and embellish the action. The overall effect is lush, rich in description, but the action and plot are slow. So, unlike the earlier work, this Bianchin will not likely be one of my frequent rereads. It is lovely to watch the principal characters come together, but their extreme about face doesn't ring true in the end.