Date: October 1, 2004
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Notes: Explicit content
The Italian’s Suitable Wife
By Lucy Monroe
is awakened in the middle of the night by a phone call, informing
her that the man she secretly loves, Enrico DiRinaldi, was involved
in a serious car accident that has left him in a coma. She rushes
to his hospital bedside to plea for him to open his eyes.
opens his eyes after being locked in a deep coma, called by a voice
that commands him to live. He assumes it is his beautiful fiancée,
but is stunned to see it belongs to Gianna, a woman he regards as
a sister. When he is fully aware of his surroundings, he discovers
he is unable to move his legs. His fiancée boldly states
she is not interested in being tied to a cripple and walks out of
his life. Having always wanted a wife and children, Enrico makes
a rash decision and proposes marriage to Gianna.
they battle to help him regain the feeling in his lifeless legs.
With each day that passes, the feeling grows stronger. With each
passing day their feelings intensify. Then the unexpected happens,
and his former fiancée comes back into his life and offers
to resume their relationship.
With two desirable
women to choose from, who will win his heart?
The only small flaw
in this book is the rushed feeling I felt as I was reading it. The
plot tends to speed out of control in places while I breathlessly
tried to keep track of all the action that was occurring. However,
the author has done a fantastic job in breathing life into each
one of these memorable characters. Fans of books with disabled heroes
will rejoice at finding this book.