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A Convenient Bridegroom

3.3 of 5 stars 3.30  ·  rating details  ·  102 ratings  ·  9 reviews
The wedding deal!

With just two weeks until the wedding, it was too late for Aysha to back out of marrying Carlo Santangelo. Everyone expected her to be a radiant bride, blissfully entering a marriage of convenience that would unite two powerful families....

Aysha would gain wealth, status--and a fabulously good-looking husband! Only, she couldn't ignore two painful facts: o
ebook, 192 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Presents (first published June 1999)
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Wendy,  Lady Evelyn Quince
Books about self absorbed, beautiful, wealthy women with nothing to do but go to lunches & parties, shop and plan their wedding in excruciating detail are not my thing. A Convenient Bridegroom was the most boring romance I have ever read, and there have been quite a few snoozers! This is this book's idea of drama: "Oh no I got the wrong veil!" or "Oh these flowers just won't do! Mama will be so upset!"

The blank slate of a heroine, Ayshe, is so stupid and insecure she believes some random ska
aweful! i was bored to tears!
All i can say is that Ms Bianchin have her unique way of making wealthier's life just ... BORING!!!!! They wake up, have an hasty breakfast, an even hastier lunch, go to party, come home, have sex and sleep! Between all of that they work while wondering "did he/she love me??"

I will not deny that i quite enjoyed the firsts books i read from Ms Bianchin, but the problem after a while is that each book seems to be a exact copy of the previous.
This was utterly boring. Repetitive. Not worth the time spent. The hero and the heroine fought for the sake of fighting and creating the much needed "misunderstanding". A very logical explanation was given by the hero to clear the air but the heroine had to act silly and refuse to believe reason. Another waste of time.
Bree T
Aysha is only two weeks away from her wedding to Carlo Santangelo. It’s something of a marriage of convenience – her family and Carlo’s have been friends for many, many years and socialise often. Carlo has been married before but lost his wife only weeks after the wedding in a car accident. Aysha, some decade or so younger than Carlo, has watched him casually date a bevy of women before their engagement which will seek to cement the two families even further and provide the next generation.

4 Stars! ~ The company formed by two Italian immigrant families, Benini-Santangelo was a major name in the Sydney building industry. It was only fitting that a marriage between Giuseppe Benini’s daughter, Aysha to Luigi Santagelo’s son, Carlo should take place. Aysha wasn’t kidding herself, she knew her upcoming wedding to Carlo would mark a marriage of convenience. Though she’s loved Carlo all of her life, when he married Bianca, he’d broken her heart. Bianca had been the love of his life, and ...more
standard Bianchin fare (which is why I bought it in the first place, of course). Interior decorator engaged to her childhood love. Believes love is one sided because fianc_ married love of his life at a young age and then was subsequently widowed. Both are from wealthy families. Hateful woman is trying to insert herself between the couple.

Wish I had seen more of what happened between the fianc_ losing his bride to falling in love with the heroine but alas, that is not the story that is told here
Aunque el argumento no es muy original, hay unas pequeñas sorpresitas que hacen con que merezca la pena leerlo.
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Helen was born on February 20 in New Zealand, where she grew up, an only child possessed by a vivid imagination and a love for reading. She wrote stories for amusement in her early teenage years, and when she left leaving school, she took a secretarial job at a father-and-son legal firm.

At age twenty-one Helen joined a girlfriend and embarked on a working holiday in Australia, travelling via cruis
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