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The Reluctant Bride

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Karinne's been engaged to Max for two years, but everything conspires to keep them from actually getting married. His job as a guide in the Grand Canyon. Her job as a Phoenix-based sports photographer. Her family's troubled past. And now, making matters even "more" complicated, Karinne has reason to believe that her mother--long presumed dead--might be alive, after all.Now ...more
Paperback, Harlequin American Romance #1348, 224 pages
Published February 9th 2011 by Harlequin American Romance
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Cady Lorenzana
Jun 19, 2015 Cady Lorenzana rated it liked it
I have the australian copy so its mills and boons sexy....though, I think it was in the wrong line.

I don't see the alpha hero and hot LS with this--heck, those parts were really not elaborated!!!

It would be good if this belongs to suspense romance. But then, the story was interesting.
Rflutist
Jan 22, 2012 Rflutist rated it really liked it
The tension between the two main characters, Karinne and Max, in the first part of the story is believable, but the repetition of their arguments may be wearying for some readers. The second half of the book redeems the story by the deft turn of events which push all of the characters to their extremes. I think this author would be great at writing romantic suspense.
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