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A Price Worth Paying?

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When two bitter rivals…

Why, why does her grandfather's dying wish dictate that Simone Hamilton must marry a man she hates? The marriage might unite their warring families, but formidable Spaniard Alesander Esquivel is the last man on earth Simone would want to be in the same room as—let alone share a marital bed with!

Are forced to take one solemn vow…

Alesander's strongest
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 23rd 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Apr 12, 2015 Jenny rated it did not like it
Another April Harlequin release I didn't care about. Simone finds out her boyfriend Damon is cheating on her with her best friend. She goes to Spain to be close to her beloved grandfather but he is dying. She wants to make his last months happy by making piece with his lifelong enemies, the hero's family. So she proposes a marriage of convenience that will only last a few months.

Alesander is rich, successful, romantic and gorgeous. I liked him but didn't feel a connection with him. The heroine
Nov 17, 2014 Paige rated it liked it
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A PRICE WORTH PAYING? was another good, quick read.

Simone’s dying grandfather has always regretted losing 2/3 of his vineyard to his enemy during a difficult time in his life. Now that he’s dying, he’s lost his will to live.

To make her grandfather’s last few months happy, Simone proposes a marriage to Alesander in order to reconnect the vineyards.

The price? He wants her land and her.

When lies start overrunning, will any of them see the truth?
Jul 02, 2014 Roub rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
amazingly enough, i like this one pretty much! why amazing?bcoz i just saw the bad reviews! alessander was such a cold number!but so hot in bed! this couple really burnt the sheets and it was mostly sex bet them. i did not feel a connection on an emotional level but i guess the sex was enough! alessander was not so bad and simone was overly dramatic in her pursuit of an old man's desires! she was such an accomplished liar dat i can't help wondering what she'll get to next! she was a very complic ...more
Kay Walker
Aug 24, 2014 Kay Walker rated it it was amazing
An excellent captivating story - loved both main characters.A roller coaster of emotion.... at times I couldnt see the words for the tears.

Thanks Trish for a great book
Nicola Marsh
I haven't read a Harlequin Presents in a long while, and I read this one almost in one sitting.

I loved the supreme alpha hero, the passion, the sparks, in this marriage of convenience.
Sep 09, 2014 Mtld rated it really liked it
3,5 stars
May 01, 2013 Miss_vanessa rated it it was ok
It was ok.I didn't get much into characters. Alesander was a good into image of harlequin presents hero but he wasn't sure what he wants. Heroine wasn't much likable.She was hot and cold at same time. I can't seem to connect with her.
Chemistry was hot but there wasn't any romance or tender moments in it.In most of conversation they started screaming at each other. As if to tear each other apart.
At the beginning I like the story but after that it was just roaming around the same topic....
Jun 14, 2013 Karen rated it it was amazing
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Simone’s and Alesander’s families were bitter rivals, going back generations. Their Spanish vineyards abutted each others', and Alesander’s family cursed Simone’s and vowed they would someday be driven from the land that they wished to make their own. Read More
Dec 21, 2013 Onu rated it it was ok
It started out well then it fell flat on its face. Disliked both the hero and the heroine. No, I hated the heroine. She was too selfish and whatever might be the faults of the hero, I feel she took advantage of him being a "nice" guy. There was no chemistry or connection between the hero and the heroine.
Harlequin Books
Set amidst vineyards in the picturesque Basque region of Spain, Morey's marriage-for-profit premise shines, with a dynamic duo whose road to love is a long one, but worth every obstacle." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars
Dec 14, 2014 Jessica rated it it was amazing
Finished in a day!! I loved the writing and I whizzed through this book even though it is quite hefty ;). Love it!!!!
Deb Tregilgas
An easy afternoons read. No challenge here.
Apr 23, 2013 Meetu rated it really liked it
I liked reading this book. It has all the needed drama for me.
Jul 02, 2013 Penney rated it it was amazing
Really good the charators were great,
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Trish always fancied herself a writer, so she dutifully picked gherkins and washed dishes in a Chinese restaurant on her way to earning herself an economics degree and a qualification as a chartered accountant instead. Work took her to Canberra where she promptly fell in love with a tall, dark and handsome hero who cut computer code, and marriage and the inevitable children followed, which gave Tr ...more
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