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The Count's Blackmail Bargain

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For handsome Italian count Alessio Ramontella, seducing women comes as naturally as breathing. Alessio lives his life based on two criteria: first that success and satisfaction are guaranteed, and second that all his dealings are discreet and conducted between mutually consenting parties.

Then he meets innocent English beauty Laura Mason. She's sweet, tempting ... and off-l
Paperback, Harlequin Presents #2567, 189 pages
Published September 2006 by Harlequin Books (first published 2005)
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The story is based around Italian Count Alessio who after being caught being involved with a married woman by his vile Aunt is blackmailed by her to seduce her son's girlfriend in order to break them up. Said vile Aunt has arranged for her son to marry the daughter of one of her (rich) friends. If Alessio doesn't do this then his aunt will spill about the affair and cause a massive scandal.
Meanwhile, Laura has agreed to go on holiday to Italy with Paolo (the son!) and pretend to be involved with
Count Alessio spends the night with a boring woman, and wow it’s so annoying trying to get her to leave the next morning. He just manages, and then his auntie shows up, with this crazy scheme. Alessio is to seduce the English girl his cousin is bringing home, or auntie will tell the boring woman’s husband about her hook up with Alessio. Alessio agrees to this crazy scheme, even though boring woman is really boring, because the husband doesn’t deserve to find out about it That Way.

It’s a bit flim
The heroine agreed to play the part of lover to the heroes brother but it all backfired when she met the hero. Almost immediately she fell head over heels for him and while trying to put up a resistance, she just couldn't.

When the hero agreed to try and take the heroine away from his cousins clutches, he had no idea it would be quite so hard. She put up a reluctant fight and even though he desperately wanted her, he was patient, waiting for his opportunity.

When the hero and heroine came togethe
Me irrito esta historia, no digo que no la disfrute solo que el protagonista se deja mangonear muy tontamente, y ella se somete muy fácil, la verdad se me hizo tedioso tanto drama pero nunca dejo un Harlequin a medias, al final pude suspirar y hay escenas que hacen que el corazón lata con fuerza. Soy muy cursi
I liked reading this story! I enjoy reading a book that you can not guess what will happen next.
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