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A MARRIAGE WORTH WAITING FOR
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A MARRIAGE WORTH WAITING FOR
When Selena is injured in a car crash, her stepbrother Morgan unexpectedly shows up at the hospital. She hasn’t seen Morgan in two years, and she doesn’t want him to see her in such a state. Selena was twelve years old when her mother married Morgan’s father. Selena fell for Morgan’s overwhelming manliness and kindness. When she was seventeen, she confessed her love to Morgan, after which he began to avoid her. Hurt by his cold attitude, Selena ran away from home, but now Morgan has come to take her back there, giving her absolutely no choice in the matter.
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- two years before he got it 3
- JAB 07/02/2019 2 people found the following review helpful
The heroine has been away from home a for two years since her stepbrother rejected her love for him. She's recently gotten into an accident, which has the stoic man is bringing her back home. He's even got a hospital chopper and a medic van in case anything happens on their way back. Once they arrive, we get a flashback of the heroine being dragged at a young age by her materialistic mother for the hero's father's money. However, she was well loved by the staff who taught her how to eat right and receive love. Then when the heroine turned 17, she confessed her feelings to the hero who rejected them. She's given a warm welcome by everyone there. The hero is one of the stubborn cowboys who insists the heroine stays no matter what with guilting her into doing her share of work at the ranch but the heroine states she's been trying to refuse her rights nor touches the checks sent to her. Then comes the hero saying who she dates and it's time for her to be walking down the aisle. The heroine doesn't take his orders well and suddenly the hero goes on the only way for her to stay on the ranch is for her to marry him since she confessed her love. So, he gives a crummy proposal (my perspective it's crummy.) Why I see it as crummy isn't because the hero doesn't give fireworks or candlelight dinner; but because he says, "That settles it,". What is this, Matrimony Bargain Margin???!!! The hero even uses his cowboys to witness the whole thing in pressuring the heroine to say yes. She does say yes but miserable for all to see during the wedding preparations. The hero can see it but can't make heads or tails as to why she's so miserable. She finally calls off the wedding on grounds she can't marry the hero and he needs to marry the woman he loves. She goes to leave and the hero finally gets it through his head. Without thinking, he sprints after her and opens up about everything. After their parents' deaths, he thought only of being responsible for the heroine and needed to bury the feelings he felt for her. He acknowledges proposing to her without revealing his feelings for her had hurt her. Then states he does love the heroine. He proposes again (it's much better) and we get an ending with a happy wedding.
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