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The Spaniard's Blackmailed Bride

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  112 ratings  ·  8 reviews

Blackmailed into marriage to save her family, Briar Davenport aims to remain a virgin bride--for she despises her husband, Diablo Barrentes! But when the sexy Spaniard touches her, Briar loses all her resolve and reason!

Yet despite their passion, can a marriage of convenience--born out of revenge--ever be anything more? As secrets are revealed, Briar comes to realize that

Kindle Edition, 192 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2007)
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dat was an amazing wonderful read ! i absolutely loved it ! i admired briar's spirit n feisty manners. she never allowed diablo 2 walk over her !! she pestered him, irritated him, did not give him a chance 2 feel peaceful n he deserved it after the stunt he pulled lol ! though at the end, we learn dat all was not as it seemed 2be. appearances were deceitful. briar took the right decision (u will learn what i'm talking about when u read the book), she had 2 think of herself 1st n i think what she ...more
Putri Septiana
It's not often that the hero is the one who misjudged. In fact, maybe this is the first from me. I like it :)
Brett Carter
not bad

The story was okay. Did not like how she felt superior to him all the time. Too much class distinction. That being said, it was a good story. Read it twice.
Not terrible, some ok emotional angst. I prefer it when the hero knows he's in love with the heroine before the very end of the book. Side note, OMG, I couldn't stop cringing whenever I saw the word "Blaxlea."
Deceitful bitch heroine ruined the book! Can't believe I read that!
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