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Innocent on Her Wedding Night

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  223 ratings  ·  16 reviews
Laine waited for her handsome new husband, Daniel Flynn, to come to her on their wedding night--knowing that their marriage was a sham. Daniel didn't love her--he was just fulfilling a promise he'd made to take care of her.--So Laine fled--a married woman, but still an innocent!

Two years later, broke and vulnerable, Laine has to face Daniel again. And this time Daniel will
Paperback, Harlequin Presents Large Print #2670, 184 pages
Published October 2007 by Harlequin Books (first published July 2007)
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UniquelyMoi ~ 1-Click RockChick

What an emotionally draining read. Anyone who thinks that Harlequin always means brainless read, should think again. However, that said, Innocent On Her Wedding Night was a hard book to get through and an even harder book to review.

Here are the reasons:

Sara Craven has the writing of angst, torment, guilt, betrayal and passion down to an art, but let me tell you, I wasn’t sure I’d be able to finish it. Not since reading Whitney, My Love have I read a book that was so frustratingly full of life a
Jul 02, 2013 Leona rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Leona by: Lemon
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Thought I had while reading this… could the reason so many category romance heroines are depicted as unbelievably pure and good and self-sacrificing be an attempt to cover up the fact that they're incredibly self-absorbed? I mean, it would be obvious to a three year old child that Laine kicked Daniel in the teeth in this story -- not once, but several times -- but does she ever notice? No, she's too busy trying to protect her own heart to realize she's stomping all over his. Great heroine-pov-on ...more
What can I say?

Read this one because it came up in the discussion about the author's book Ruthless Awakening. The discussion centred on her use of flashbacks to tell the story, a device most people find onerous (personally, I like a good flashback story). So, I read it. But, don't let the four stars fool you, I found her use of the technique in this book not as subtly done and well-placed as is the aforementioned title. Most of them were what bad flashbacks can be, superfluous and an annoying di
Laine-Cinderella is in love with Daniel her brother's best friend ever since she was a little girl. Daniel is her friend, her protector and guardian. When her brother dies in a tragic accident Daniel afraid of losing the girl he loves and trying to protect her from her bitchy mother proposes marriage to Laine and she accepts. After the wedding evil OW makes the heroine believe Daniel doesn't love her he is just fulfilling a promise he'd made to her dead brother. The heroine flees but two years l ...more
Better than some books by Sara craven.

This was somewhat angst filled and much of the story was told in flash back/ reminiscences.

The heroine grows up with a Huge crush on the hero. Her brother dies. Her mum is a pig and takes her out of school For pseudo monetary reasons upon her brother's death, so that she can keep house - this is despite the fact she is in her a level year, at public school, doing well and everyone else in the family to to university. The hero proposes to the heroine and the
Jaimie Edmond
What an angstfest! Told. In. Flashbacks. It was so tedious to read! The heroine was so silly and totally oblivious to the damage she was causing. I felt like pushing her down a flight of stairs. Definitely not for me!
Shallowreader VaVeros
Sara Craven seems to specialise in female protagonists in their late teens who are compelled to marry the older man who has known them since childhood. At once uncomfortable yet compelling. I enjoyed reading this book. Quite the cinderella story filled with misunderstandings and a lack of communication resulting in intense, unrequited love tension. Even the appearance of what I initially perceived as the "other woman" was a beautifully orchestrated plot device that was needed to deliver the impa ...more
Loved this one -- very angsty, with a very smitten hero. This poor hero was actually treated pretty horribly by the heroine -- not maliciously, but I still felt sorry for him. Of course he forgives her anyway. Nice read.
Novel ini serasa cocok ama lagu ‘ Bunga Mawar ’….lha kok bisa ?
Ya bisalah….coba bayangin gimana Daniel menunggu dan melihat Laine kecil tumbuh sejak masih kanak-kanak hingga remaja/dewasa….dan akhirnya disunting….wow…romantis kan….demikian juga cinta Laine tumbuh perlahan terhadap Daniel.
Cinta Daniel memang hanya untuk Laine ….., Daniel tau apa yang menjadi impian Laine…oooh so sweet….dan sayangnya seperti biasa kalo gak karena salah paham kayaknya gak seru deh perjalanan cinta Daniel & Lain
Flavia Sugnu
I like the angst in this story even though I hate that she just wouldn't talk to Daniel about anything!
i like the anst... but i hated the misunderstandings, and the way laine changes her mind. :/
very stupid misunderstandings :( Otherwise, an ok read!
I enjoyed the back story of this couple, even though they were apart for two years because of the stereotypical lack of communication between hero and heroine, in a harlequin romance, in order to create conflict before resolving and finding the happily ever after...
not bad for light reading... A little stupid though, because I think a little time spent talking could have saved them two years of suffering...
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Anne Bushell was born on October 1938 in South Devon, England, just before World War II and grew up in a house crammed with books. She was always a voracious reader, some of her all-time favorites books are: "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen, "Middlemarch" by George Eliot, "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Brontë, "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell and "The Code of the Woosters" by P. G. Wodehous ...more
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