Reunited with the only man she had ever loved, Marie didn’t know it was all a ploy for revenge…
Marie took one look at the guest her grandfather had brought home and gasped. It was Rayner…the man she'd met seven years earlier and had been unable to forget. At the time, she’d fallen in love and given him her virginity. But a careless remark he made led to a quarrel, the police showed up and they went their separate ways. Marie had since moved in with her grandfather in France. Rayner didn’t seem to recognize her now. But for Marie the reunion was dredging up past emotions. How could she have known that the “chance” reunion had been a setup from the start?
I found it really hard to like the story because of what happened with the hero. In the beginning, the hero and heroine met through a woodstock like concert. The heroine fell for the hero but was too ashamed of the her hippie parents thanks to past critical individuals. She only reveals it right after they make love with the hero laughing to make light of the situation. She misunderstands and starting hitting him, their ruckus alerts the police who separate them. The heroine then says, "he hurt me" and you think immediately she was raped. Of course, she tells her parents and expects they tell the police to clear it up. Her mother takes her to her grandfather's place since she's realized that she can't provide the stable environment the heroine needs. Years pass with; the heroine's parents killed in an accident, the hero becoming the head of his family, and the heroine becoming a "princess" but also an acclaimed children's author. The hero's appearance shocks her but they pretend to not know each other till they're alone.
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