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Publisher Description

Sienna De Luca will do anything to save her family's hotel, and ruthless Italian businessman Antonio Moretti knows it. With problems of his own, he proposes a marriage of convenience and plans to use Sienna to secure his next business deal. But things don't quite go according to plan.

In keeping with her part of the bargain, Sienna travels to Venice to be with Antonio, who introduces her to a life of great luxury and opulence. As befits the fiancée of the famous Antonio, Sienna is given a new wardrobe of designer gowns and outfits and instructed exactly how to behave when out in public. Antonio thinks he can manipulate her at his will, but he soon realizes he has seriously underestimated Sienna, her intelligence, her skills, her courage – and her beauty. Unexpectedly, Sienna gets too close, and when she discovers his dark secret, Antonio's perfectly planned life begins to unravel.

The Convenient Bride is a fabulous romance set in a world of great beauty and luxury, portrayed in picture-perfect detail. Two opposing souls strike up a partnership in a deal that has overlooked one important detail: it involves a woman who knows her mind and her heart.

16 August
Penguin Random House Australia
Penguin Random House Australia Pty Ltd

Customer Reviews

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Convenient bride

The best romance I have read!

BennydeBookworm ,

The Convenient Bride

Wow! I've just finished the last paragraph, having been enrapt for the last two days. I loved this book (and I'm not normally a romance gal). The plot was pacey yet teasing, the main characters classic (beautiful girl, handsome unfathomable man) without being cliched. I loved the author's 'scene setting' : such well-observed details in descriptions of the landmarks of Italy; I feel like I've been on a mini-break! I want a sequel!!

Tadhg99 ,


I loved this book, perfect for a holiday read. Italy was the ideal backdrop for this erotic story. A well written and enjoyable read
- so much more heart than 50 shades of grey. Highly recommended.

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