A romantic honeymoon in Paris, with a sexy billionaire Russian groom….
There are only two problems. It’s a marriage of convenience. And, the virgin bride is frigid.
Kate Edwards has never embraced her sensuality, is terrified of intimacy, and the wedding night is a disaster. Instead of calling the whole thing off, Isaak Zaretsky listens to her and challenges her using his unashamedly sensual nature and superb bedroom skills. But can Kate really give herself without love?
Great read, too short
When I started reading I thought it would be another predictable romance story. Although, for the most part, it was predictable it was still a great read. It could do with some better editing as some of the sentences didn't flow properly and needed to be reread to be fully understood. I found myself eager to turn the page and read what came next and then...it ended. Very suddenly. It's almost as though the author couldn't think of what to write next so she just wrote 'The End'. Would love for her to finish the story and develop it further.
The Bride who would not
Great read wanting more
This book was brilliant from the start it had me captivated from the very beginning and I loved the whole thing especially the twist at the end it made it even more endearing.