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Wedding Night With A Stranger (Conveniently Wedded...& Bedded! #2)

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Ariadne Giorgias has been set up! Instead of being welcomed in Australia by family friends, she's picked up from the airport by a strikingly gorgeous stranger....Sebastian Nikosto doesn't know what to expect from his contract wife-to-be. But it certainly isn't the beautiful Ariadne, or the combustible attraction that sizzles between them. Perhaps there might be an upside t ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published August 10th 2010 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2010)
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RLA
The heroine Ariadne arrives in Australia excited about her holiday and being able to get away from the scandal back home in Greece after she cancelled her wedding at the last minute. However he excitement ends when she finds out that her uncle tricked her into going away and he has arranged for her to be married to the hero Sebastian as part of a business deal. Ariadne is devastated by her families betrayal and terrified that she has been left stranded without any money. She has no choice but to ...more
Susan (susayq ~)
With the completion of this book, I had to add a new shelf entitled "angstfest". That's what this was. There was tension galore. Every time I thought Sebastian was going to come around, he would go all brooding and try to push Ariadne away again. Let me start at the beginning....

Ariadne got on a plane to Australia thinking she was going on a holiday until something her uncle said as she was boarding made her think twice. She realized he was sending her there to get married to a man she hadn't me
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Aruna
Oooh, I liked this. It left me with a smile, and left me wanting an Epilogue. It was a sweet book, a slow slide into knowing Sebastian and Ariadne, with real snippets of feeling and bonding. Ah, who can beat a well written book.
Ipshita
It’s rare for me to find both the H/h of a harlequin romance to be likeable. I was prepared to face yet another heroine who would behave like a doormat and keep clinging to the guy but I thank my lucky stars that it wasn’t the case here. The heroine did take up charge and did not cling to the hero when he rejected her which was how I came to like her. The hero though a bit dense about his feelings for the heroine, like most of the harlequin novels, was not intentionally cruel to her and showed a ...more
Christy Stewart
It's hard to feel for a chacter that walks willing int drama. She was unlikable.
Kris
I absolutely loved this book. It was such a fun read. I loved the tension between the two characters and their stubbornness of desperately trying not to give in to their attraction for each other. In a way it was cruel of her uncle to just ship her off to see her future husband to be and forcing Sebastian to be with her for the sake of a contract. Even though it was supposed to be a pretend marriage, there was "pretend" about it from the beginning besides words.
Liz
Once again, a bad the blurb for a good book. The "official" blurb is misleading, maybe something like this would have been more fitting:

It was a setup!!! not a paid vacation as she was told, but an arrange marriage...

It was blackmail!!! The contract he needed to ensure the future of his enterprise was nearly signed, but now he was supposed to marry her if he wanted the deal to go through...


Both h and H were likable.
h was not a doormat (well maybe a bit too forgiving to her uncle, but hey... fam
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Sarah
This book was a total surprise. I was expecting a bad cheesy romance that u sometimes fine with mills and boon but it was awesome. Great storyline, fantastic HEA. Loved it.
Netanella
Runaway brides. Second wives. Marriages of convenience. Meddling relatives. Exotic destinations. Moussaka and vegemite.

This was a fun, quick read. Well done.
Sweety
MOC dan V sich
tapi dari unsur cerita biasa aja
meski ada bbrp bagian yang membuat heart break
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