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A Forbidden Seduction

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Passion in Rebellion

The Colleoni family was bad news for Debbie. Her marriage to their son had turned out to be no marriage at all. Now she was alone, and fighting for her child's inheritance with his commanding and charismatic half brother--Luciano. Obviously she couldn't trust him, but a passionate attraction was flowing between them. She was vulnerable; she was under th
ebook, 192 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published November 10th 1995)
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This was kinda different. The heroine gets fooled into a bogus marriage by a sociopathic Sicilian, and finds out from his brother that he was already married since he was nineteen. It turns out his wife has been sabotaging Debbie and her mom's sandwich business to get revenge. Debbie finds all this out from a coincidence when Luciano buys the bank where she delivers sandwiches through a service contract.

I liked that Debbie really was a working class girl. I can imagine her with an East Enders a
I stopped at about page 125. Some of these older (1997) HPs contain silly almost gothic like themes. I like the rolic of a good emotional love story but I am not a nitwit and I think you would have to be one to finish this tripe.
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