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THE SPANIARD'S PREGNANT BRIDE
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THE SPANIARD'S PREGNANT BRIDE
The magic of the masquerade ball leads her to a destiny she could never have imagined…
Prior to her impending arranged marriage to a grand duke, Allegra goes to a masquerade ball. She figures it’ll be the last party she attends as an unmarried woman and is eager to let herself go. Then a man dressed up as the God of Death appears before her. The attraction between them is undeniable, and before Allegra can stop to think through the consequences, she loses her virginity to the masked stranger. A few weeks later, she discovers that she’s pregnant and is shocked to find out the identity of the mysterious man. It was Cristian Acosta, her brother’s best friend…and the man who caused her to have an inferiority complex. She can’t believe that the arrogant Spanish duke is the father of her child…
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- 3.5 not bad 4
- JAB 05/20/2020 2 people found the following review helpful
It’s a masquerade ball in Venice with anyone who dons a mask, dons a new identity. The heroine is attempting to overcome her insecurity and taste one last bit of freedom before marrying some nobleman. She has one bout with a grim reaper and thinks that’s the end of it. Well, the plus sign on the stick says otherwise. I was frankly surprised the heroine was shocked that you can get pregnant from one time. Well, as Madea said, “It only takes one time for you get pregnant…aids….etc”. She learns from her brother that the grim reaper is the hero who is also the source of her insecurity. In her panic, she accidently reveals their night and its result. He goes to the hero with the news and the hero responds that he’ll do “the right thing”. He pushes for a marriage of convenience even though he’s still not over his late wife’s death of three years. He does the official proposal (make a pose for paparazzi), earning the heroine’s ire. Ironically, the whole thing turns out to be a blessing in disguise because it was discovered the heroine’s ex-fiancée had a secret mistress on throughout their entire engagement. Next, the hero and heroine head off to the hero’s private island where the bonding begins. He reveals his parents only married because his mother got pregnant. How horribly abusive the father was to his mother and him that his mother ran off and their whole family chaotic dynamic pushed the hero’s already mentally ill wife to commit suicide. The poor hero declared he was the one who killed his wife by marrying her. The heroine comforts and helps him work through his issues, while the hero helps her overcome her lack of self confidence. The two grow closer emotionally, mentally, and physically. We come to their heart to heart on their wedding day, it was very touching between the two. Finally, we see the end with the hero and heroine happily posing with their new baby.
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