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The Marriage Replay

3.26  ·  Rating details ·  31 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Back with her husband—but on his terms!

Reece Villiers is handsome, incredibly driven and successful—and too proud to show his love. Sorrel left him, so the only solution can be a divorce…. Until he meets her again for the first time in three months and realizes that she's pregnant!

Suddenly Reece is insisting that they remain married—or he will sue for custody of their chil
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Published July 2011 by Harlequin (first published May 31st 2006)
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Oct 24, 2011 rated it it was ok
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MC seems to like to write reconciliation stories but the problem is she doesn't do it very well. In this one the h and H are having problems, he works all the time promoting artists and she has nothing to do. She is trying to develop a career as a fashion designer but is more worried about a possible affair the H may be having with one of his clients. He is gone for very long periods and she finally leaves him. She finds out she is preggers and he makes her come back. They try to work things out ...more
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Jul 25, 2014 rated it liked it
finally something real .. this story talks about how to sacrifice , how to compensate , how to show feelings and how to sustain love rather than spark it .
alot of talking going on and a little action .. I enjoyed it !
The author used words beautifully. The descriptions were detailed but they were just too much. I never knew a person could describe a beautiful blonde in so many different ways on almost every page and yet there still isn't a clear picture of their personality. Sorrel's and her husband Reece are having marital problems over her suspicion that he cheats while managing personalities on tour. It escalates. Reece decides to take the next step - divorce - but at the office he realises she is pregnant ...more
Mar 08, 2012 rated it it was ok
Compared to Maggie Cox's other books, I found this one to be, well quite frankly; lame! I wasn't too impressed with the characters, Sorrel is a whinging wife through out the whole book. It seems she has no motivation to be anything but a doormat. Her husband walks away, treats her like dirt, doesn't care about her opinion or wants and what does she do? She stays with him, lets him rule the roost, it was like emotional abuse a lot of the time, not to mention he controls the crap out of her and th ...more
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Maggie Cox loved to write almost as soon as she learned to read. Her favorite occupation was daydreaming and making up stories in her head, and this particular pastime has stayed with her through all the years of growing up, starting work, marrying and raising a family. No matter what was going on in her life, whether joy, happiness, struggle or disappointment, she'd go to bed each night and lose ...more
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