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Bridegroom on Approval (Fairytale Weddings #4)

3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  39 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Hanna Tyler was fed up with her family's matchmaking: she just had to find herself a husband! When a friend gave her a ticket to the Cinderella Ball, Hanna decided to bring home a husband -- on a trial-only basis, of course! Marco Salvatore was looking for a business deal, not a bride. He considered it impossible to choose a wife in one night. He was wrong: he wanted Hanna ...more
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Published November 1st 1999 by Harlequin Books (first published October 1st 1999)
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Marginally better than the other one I just read in this series. This is not my type of writing. There is little to no detail or attempt at realism. No real indication of how much time is passing, no attempt to make these people's lives in any way realistic. It's all rainbows and unicorns, smoke and mirrors. It lacks any concreteness at all.

Then at the end someone sees the hero kissing another woman and when the heroine asks for an explanation the hero refuses to explain and is all insulted and
This was a decent book with a heroine who is all logical and make lists and is kind of adored by the entire town that raised her but she is tired of match-making efforts and goes to the Cinderella ball where she fells out of place until she meets the hero, who seems the opposite of her.

Marco Salvatore didn't plan on getting married but he's a romantic and sees behind the heroine's mask and plans to keep her and their marriage.

I got very cheesed off at the heroine many time, she was just too into
this one was a cute read ..and the story is exactly like that, a fairy tale
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