- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Mills & Boon - AU; First edition edition (1 February 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0263871924
- ISBN-13: 978-0263871920
- Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 1.9 x 17 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 40.8 g
- Customer Reviews: 19 customer ratings
Forced Wife, Royal Love-Child Paperback – 1 February 2009
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About the Author
Based in Adelaide, SA, Trish always fancied herself a writer. But she dutifully picked gherkins and washed dishes in a Chinese restaurant on her way to earning herself an economics degree and a qualification as a chartered accountant instead. Work took her to Canberra where she promptly fell in love with a tall, dark and handsome hero who cut computer code, and marriage and the inevitable children followed, which gave Trish the chance to step back from her career and think about what she'd really like to do.
Writing romantic fiction was at the top of the list. Trish made a choice and followed her heart. Since then, she's sold thirty titles to Harlequin with sales in excess of 7 million globally, with her books printed in more than thirty languages in forty countries worldwide.
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But sienna wants nothing to do with him but while she is there trapped on his Island for the night she becomes ill sick the next morning and that is when they find out that she's pregnant with his heir so what is his solution marriage immediately but sienna does not want a loveless marriage
so the book begins with their turbulent roller coaster romance to both of them denying what they feel not understanding what they feel and when she finally realizes it all she can think of is escape by the end of the book of course they get the happily ever after but the drama will keep you turning page after page to find out why they feel this way why they both hurt so much and why only in each others arms will they find to love and happiness
How wrong I was. The beginning chapter before he becomes prince was good. It made me think the rest of the book was just going to get better and better, how very wrong I was. If it were possible to jump into the book and interact with the characters, trust I would.
My hand would have been tattooed all over Rafe's condescending, arrogant, and neanderthal acting behind. I have never disliked a so called hero so much in a book. But Sienna was no better because of how she let him get away with so much crap. I know she stood up for herself some of the time and told him off, but she caved the majority of it.
And every time I think about how he talked to her and behaved as though her concerns and opinions didn't matter I get mad all over again. He behaved like all his thoughts and actions were right and hers were nothing but nonsense and of course she was being hormonal because of her pregnancy. This is another reason why I found it hard to believe on both their parts that they were in love with one another. There really was no progression of it slow or otherwise. If I could get a refund I would in a heartbeat.
I liked the characters very much. He was tough without being cruel and she was a thinking, intelligent individual.
Once I started reading, I didn't want to put it down - it was over much too soon.