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A Guilty Affair

2.85 of 5 stars 2.85  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  4 reviews

He belonged to another woman!

Even as the champagne flowed at her engagement party, Bess realized that she was promising herself to the wrong man...

Her fiance was kind, loving. Bess had even looked forward to becoming the perfect wife. Until Luke Vaccari walked into the party, mesmerizing her with his raw, shameless sex appeal. The intensity of her attraction was
ebook, Harlequin Presents #1920, Forbidden! #10, 192 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Presents Treasury (first published September 1996)
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I was trying to think of the perfect shelf for this book, but neither “hero-is-a-slimball” nor “hero-is-a-douchbag” seemed quite right. Finally I hit on it: “hero-is-a-sulky-spoiled-baby.” Throw in “big-misunderstandings-up-the-wazoo” and you have a good picture of this one. The entire plot could have been averted if the characters had simply paid attention to one another instead of jumping to assumptions and wallowing in self-pity. I'll give it two stars for the achievement of keeping me readin ...more
Book starts with heroine and her fiancee having a engagement party. She and Tom have a safe relationship but when Bess meets
Luke Vaccari she falls crazy in love with him. But her love is a forbidden love. Luke was about to marry her sister, and she is already engaged to her childhood friend.

The problem is she can't resist temptation but things with Luke and her sister are not exactly what they seem. Plus Luke's ex wife was a first class bitch who took his money and left, then aborted his child
Wow. Okay is the right word used for this book. First Luke/Luca is a sucky boy throughout almost the whole book when he doesn't get his way. Bess was the understated younger sister who's older sister had the morals of an alley cat. It was quite the book. I still don't get why Bess would want to be in love with a sucky baby instead of a real man. Tom was a total disgusting rat, patronizing Bess constantly and trying to change her, when he was doing the nasty with Bess's sister Helen. Gods, it was ...more
Alexis-Morgan Roark
Just ugh! Cheating all around in this. With a family like this...jeez, I felt so sorry for the heroine. Well, at least she got the hot Italian in the end!
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