Thursday, December 22, 2011

Ruthlessly Bedded, Forcibly Wedded by Abby Green

Ruthlessly Bedded, Forcibly Wedded (Presents Extra)Ruthlessly Bedded, Forcibly Wedded by Abby Green
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wanting vengeance for his sister's death, Vincenzo Valentini seeks out the one person he believes had a hand in her demise, Cara Brosnan. Cara is the sister to the man who corrupted and caused the accident that claimed his sister's life.

Cara has never allowed herself to be seduced before, but something about "Enzo" calls to her, maybe it is the thought of easing the pain of the crash or maybe it is the need to be in someones arms. After a night of passionate lovemaking, Cara is blindsided by the cold man who cheapens the loss of her virginity and accuses her of vile acts that are untrue.

Two months later, Cara is pregnant. When Vincenzo finds out he forces a marriage to claim his heir. With animosity running rampant, cracks begin to present themselves as Cara is nothing like the person he has accused her of being and Vincenzo wonders if he has made a grave mistake, hurting the one person who has ignited any passion in him in years.

Vincenzo is an ass throughout half the story, very cold and calculating when it comes to Cara. On the flipside of this though, his lust for her runs rampant and you see the steel wall he has sheltered around himself begin to dent, you eagerly turn the page to see when he is going to finally realize what he has done. Cara tries to be strong throughout the whole ordeal, you see a vulnerable, lonely person who has only ever wanted acceptance. You become invested in this story between Vincenzo and Cara, hoping that they can forgive each other for laying blame where it is not deserved.

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