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Secrets of a Powerful Man (The Bond of Brothers #2)

3.1 of 5 stars 3.10  ·  rating details  ·  81 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Into the lion's den…

Salvatore Castallano is haunted by the accident that left a blank in his memory. His young daughter is the one bright light in his dark existence and he'll do anything for her… Even if that means moving a delicious temptation under his roof!

Darcy Rivers can't refuse Salvatore's proposal. Unemployed and fleeing the memories of her recent divorce, time
Paperback, 192 pages
Published October 22nd 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Alex is The Romance Fox
I usually enjoy books by this author, but this one did not do it for me.

Too much drama and I just did not care that much for the characters - never really engaged with them.

And the storyline did not grab me, which made me struggle to finish reading it.

However, I did like the settings.
I liked this book a lot more than the first one of the series (Sergio's story). Salvatore while he was tortured was more likeable over all as a hero than Sergio was in his story.

Darcey Rivers is a speech therapist wanting to a take a break after her clinic is going to be shut down and her contract terminated with the health authority. In walks Salvatore Castellano is desperate to recruit Darcey's expertise in helping his daughter, Rosa, learn to speak after getting cochlear implants. The broodin
Not too shabby, this one. I like the ones where the heroine is working and there's some sort of career. I liked that she didn't give up her entire life for the dude. That annoys me. This was pretty good, though.
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"Shaw's characters are brilliant, with a tortured hero, sweetly innocent and precious youngster. Her beautiful, flowing narrative brings the landscapes and people of Sicily - as well as her emotional love story - to life." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 1/2 stars

Miniseries: The Bond of Brothers
Good but unfortunately not good enough in my books, although when confession time came around, it was good, hence the three star review.
Myra Wardhana
Love the tortured soul idea of a man portrayed in this story. Really enjoyed this book very much!
2.5 stars. Too much melodrama and cliches, but well written and I've enjoyed it.
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I grew up without a TV, let alone DVD’s, computer games etc that my kids spend so much time engrossed in, but I learned to read at an early age and from then on I was always entertained – so much so that my friends used to hide their books when I visited them because all I wanted to do was read!

When I was a teenager I discovered Mills & Boon romances in my local library, and so began a lifelon
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