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Cicatrices indelebles (Those Scandalous Caffarellis #2)

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¿Había encontrado finalmente a la mujer de su vida?

Raoul Caffarelli, el conocido millonario y playboy, había vivido siempre al límite. Pero, cuando un accidente lo confinó en una silla de ruedas, al cuidado de una mujer cuya belleza lo cautivó, se vio sumido en un estado de rabiay frustración.

Acostumbrada a pacientes difíciles, la fisioterapeuta Lily Archer no se dejaría i
Paperback, 160 pages
Published May 6th 2014 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Sep 05, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
3.5 stars
Second entry to The Caffarelli Brothers series. This one has more drama, more pain and torment. The characters are strong and real, struggling with their own demons.
MM does a wonderful job describing the very realistic pain and frustration of Raoul, an active playboy in his prime after a bad accident confined him in a wheelchair. Raoul is having difficulty coping with his injury and is struggling with the restraints of his body.
The author also describes the effects of the very traumat
Sep 15, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
For anyone who has ever heard the words " Never underestimate the power of love" and thought the words are hollow and meaningless for love can surely never bring someone back from the deepest darkest depths of despair and depression, have never experienced it for themselves or they would know that not only can it free you from depression but it can give you more hope, strength and courage for life than you ever imagined.

Every-time it happens the world gains a little more insight into the meaning
Nas Dean
Jun 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE A CAFFARELLI by USA Today Bestselling Author Melanie Milburne is a Harlequin Presents release for October 2013.

Raoul Caffarelli had everything money could buy. But after an accident he was now confined to a wheelchair and none too happy about it.
Then he is forced to meet Lily Archer, the physical therapist his brother hired. He doesn’t want her there. But would his arrogant behavior send this strong Lily running for cover? No way. Then he discovers the secrets Lily is hiding
Jun 23, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Melanie Milburne's Never Underestimate a Caffarelli is the eagerly awaited Book 2 of the Caffarelli Brothers series.

We start where Book 1 leaves off... Raoul, badly damaged and confined to a wheelchair absolutely refusing the therapy his brother has arranged for him. Lily Archer has been called a miracle worker by her previous clients and Rafe has gone to the ends of the world to convince her to come and try to restore Raoul. Rafe has paid Lily handsomely and there's a no refund clause so no mat
Nancy Crocker
Sep 16, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
In Melanie Milburne’s latest book Never Underestimate a Caffarelli: Rafe Caffarelli has hired physical therapist Lily Archer to help his brother Raoul, who was hurt in a jet ski accident. He has pretty much become a recluse. The accident has left him in a wheelchair with a “mad at the world” attitude.

I thought Melanie did an amazing job with Raoul’s character. He was so angry and frustrated and he took it out on everyone. She was so convincing in her writing skills with this character I wanted
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Una buena historia Harlequin. Me gustó. como se fue desarrollando todo. Lo normal es que en este tipo de historias la chica es aunque inexperta, una chica hermosa y perfecta y Lily no lo es. Pasó por una violación, lo que la hice cortarse para descargar toda su rabia. Ahora está mutilada tanto por dentro como por fuera. Como es lógico no le gusta tener contacto con los hombres, pero la necesidad económica la lleva a aceptar trabajar como terapeuta de Raoul que es un hombre ad
Could not finish. I read the authors previous book about the brother and hoped I would like this one. Unfortunately I didn't find it compelling and the asppects of the writing style were annoying because I did not like the drip drip drip revealing info on the heroine. I like to know what motivates/the background a hero/heroine early on. The slow info dump is torturous to me.
I found the heroine to be in need of therapy to deal with her rape and not a romance.
Shirley Buchanan
When you have the world in the palm of your hand, you don't think much about anything that could go wrong. Excitement, adventure, unlimited female companionship, and endless partying made the women envious if they weren't the current flavor and the men wanting to emulate the latest adventure. Such was the life of Raoul Caffarelli until a jet ski accident left him with a broken arm and spinal injury, and to add insult to injury, his fiance had broken their engagement. Now he spends his days in a ...more
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'Milburne's sweet tale shows the healing power of love. Her narrative showcases the lavish vistas, and her couple meshes nicely and is aided by a cast of perfect co-stars." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars

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Nov 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Reviewed by Maria

It sucks to be Raoul Caffarelli. One accident and he lost the use of his lower limbs,not to mention his fiance. Not only is he physically upset, but mentally too.

His brother Rafe is getting married in a month's time and wants his brother to be his best man. He wants him back on his feet. Rafe has paid physical therapist Lily Archer an obscene amount of money to just try and make it happen. Although Raoul resists initially, he becomes intrigued by Lily and her 'touch-me-not' atti
Tonya Warner
Lily Archer must act as a physical therapist for a man she does not want to be around. Any man is bad, but Raoul Caffarelli is a ruggedly handsome, super rich, and devastatingly forceful male. Definitely beyond her league, Lily works to help homework towards a life with a physical challenge he needs to meet.

Raoul stands alone. He knows he has his brothers, but the death of his parents has made him believe withdrawing from the pain, is better than letting it be seen. Finding himself in a wheelcha
Jan 12, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I read this one first not realizing there is a first book about his big brother. I guess I have to read that next. The story is well written and quite realistic. Both had experienced tragedy and now striving to resume normalcy in their lives. I think in order for us to cope, it certainly helps to look at other people's lives. The hero here thinks he's got it worst only to realize that other people around him are battling their own demons. It reminded me of this famous statement "Ya think you're ...more
Gwessie Tee
Jan 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I can relate alot to Raoul in the fact that I also have spinal injuries, mine wont heal but to go from able bodied to disabled does very much mess with your head definitely especially if it comes without warning, in my case I didn't know I had fractures from my accident and over years it got worse and the pain became constant then we found out about the fractures and the future for me, I'm so happy that Raoul and Lily got their HEA regardless of recovery or not it brings hope that even at our da ...more
Penny Ramirez
I was pleasantly surprised by this romance. Second in a triad of books about the Caffarelli brothers - devastatingly rich and handsome - who fall for ordinary girls just like you & me. :) Both protags are damaged, and both work hard to hide their damage with anger and withdrawal. Happy ending. Believable characterization and dialogue, and even got me to wipe my eyes a few times toward the end. Satisfying.
I liked this story. I thought that Raoul and Lily made a good pair and that Lily's past was sensitively dealt with. I did think that their relationship moved forward a little too quickly - like within about three pages - which took away from both the characters, but overall this was a decent read for my Sunday evening.
3.5 stars.
Oct 08, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I was so happy to be able to read and review another book in the “Scandalous Caffarellis” series! I loved the first book, Never Say No to a Caffarelli, and In my opinion, this one was even better. Read More
Tanya Mayes
Feb 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very enjoyable and emotional read. Raoul and Lily turned out to be a great couple just what the other person needed to start living again. Neither letting what happen to them stop them from falling in love.
May 13, 2015 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
1.5 stars - I almost liked it
Jan 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
genial, magnífica, una de las mejores que he leído de Melanie Milburne. Mi reseña en www.facebook.con/MiUniveroHarlequin
Oct 31, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I so loved this story Raoul and Lilly are both scared and really need each other loved the setting and their story :)
Mar 19, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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i liked this part more than the first one

Raoul and Lily accepted each other with all of them scars and pain
Looking foreword the last part of the series
Myra Wardhana
Sep 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Was waiting for this one after reading the previous book from the same author. Love it, cannot wait for the final instalment!
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Jan 09, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
2nd book of the Caffarelli brothers did not let me down as well. Well spending my money.
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