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Taken: The Spaniard's Virgin
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Taken: The Spaniard's Virgin
It’s the middle of winter in Barcelona, so Amber is shivering from the cold—she’s modeling for a cell-phone ad in just a bikini! She’s flattered when the cell phone company’s top manager, Miguel Menendez, expresses his interest in her. She’s charmed by the kindness he shows, too. He doesn’t try to hide his intentions, either. He’s looking for a one-night stand and nothing more. Amber agrees—after all, how could she know how miserable she’d feel after giving herself to him and then losing him just as quickly?
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- It's more of a side story 3
- JAB 12/12/2019 1 people found the following review helpful
The story didn’t feel like a novel itself but as stated: a side story broken up in parts. It starts before, “Bought: The Greek’s Bride” when the heroine meets the hero on the freezing beaches of Barcelona during a model shoot. There’s a connection, a spark, and such between that it only takes one dinner before heading off to the bedroom. The hero states there’s no development in the relationship and the heroine pretends it’s fine. They have a short but passionate fling that ends up in the international paparazzi paper. Then he leaves and this is where the coming weeks get hectic. The hero spends his time fighting to forget the heroine but he can’t where the heroine goes through some major life changing events. She finds out her mother isn’t her mother; she’s actually a woman who stole her from the hospital after she suffered the traumatic loss of both her unborn baby and husband. She meets her twin sister who’s been looking for her and sadly, her cold biological father. The sister forgives her mother as does the heroine who still stays by her side. She becomes a work-acholic to numb no call from the hero. She gets in an accident, discovering she was pregnant but the accident caused her to have a miscarriage. She falls into depression, feeling guilt and self-hatred to killing her child. Everybody tries to help her but they make little progress. By then, the hero can’t forget and wants to find her. He goes on searching and makes the same mistake as the heroine’s brother-in-law but he gets the truth pretty quickly. He reunites with the heroine and they have an emotional fight that ends with the heroine allowing the hero into her heart. The story ends with the hero joining in the party of helping the heroine regaining her appetite.
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