Sang Pengantin Italia / The Italian's Bride
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Sang Pengantin Italia / The Italian's Bride (A Mediterranean Marriage #3)

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Knowing that the powerful Verdi family can easily take her baby son away if they wish, Portia Makepeace has no choice but to go with Lucenzo Verdi to his home in Tuscany. He obviously thinks she is a gold-digger, but to her horror Portia finds herself falling in love with him! So when he offers to make her his bride does he believe in Portia's innocence, or arethere other...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 2010 by Gramedia Pustaka Utama (first published 2001)
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Portia tidak menyangka kalau kekasihnya, Vito, yang baru saja meninggal dalam kecelakaan telah mempunyai istri dan berasal dari keluarga yang sangat kaya. Ketika keluarga suaminya memintanya datang ke Italia beserta bayinya, Portia awalnya menolak. Dia tahu, bahwa bayinya, Sam, adalah satu-satunya penerus dalam keluarga Verdi.

Lucenzo Verdi diminta ayahnya untuk datang menjemput Portia dan Sam. Lucenzo tidak menyukai Portia, yang mau menjadi simpanan adik tirinya demi harta dan kekuasaan. Apalagi...more
Suka sama eduardo, sang kepala keluarga Verdi, yg membantu anak nya menyadari adanya perasaan sayang terhadap Portia.
Asrina Maharani
tega? ga kok ceritanya mirippppppppppppp banget sama novel yang pernah aku baca
Ridez Meiriza
kayanya dah makin bosan ma jalan cerita Harle yg biasa :hiks:
The story was too easy for guess the end. It's too ordinary
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