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10 thoughts on “Marriage at a Price

  1. says:

    Miranda Lee is known for writing sexier ModernPresents and she lives up to her rep here The heroine is uite bold a bit of a man izer and even brags about her sexual experience I can see readers who would prefer the coy virg

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    When the hero and heroine met and found out each others story it was lust at first sight Then the hero found out about the heroines mother dying and leaving the heroines horse farm in debt When he offered to pay off the loan it included a clause that she marry him and have his baby The heroine agreed but had some

  3. says:

    Wow I didn't expect to like this book so much Written in 2001 I feel the oldies are goldies as in these Mills Boon written i

  4. says:

    It was different in that the heroine was not a virgin I wanted to like this book It had all the right elements semi brooding alpha male conniving ex strong yet vulnerable heroine a mysterious past etc It just didn't come together and

  5. says:

    It's not as good as I thought it would be The story's a bit less dramatic and I want drama But overall I enjoyed it and I look forward to read from this author

  6. says:

    How weird that I couldn't post a review on my phone AnywaysI had inititally read the manga adaptation of the novel and I rather enjoyed it so when I had found a copy at my local opportunity shop or thrift store I snapped it up Sham

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    This story was not an entertaining story But a very un HP type book This should have been under the Desire heading It was so chocked full of sexual innuendos that it made reading not pleasant I do read Desire and am wanting that type from that this was not what I wanted The story revolves around a young woman who never knew her father Her mother was older in age when she had her and very brisk in attitude so ra

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    In a lot of ways Marriage at a Price is your typical Harleuin Presents with that precise amount of sex and romance But in other ways i

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    After the death of her mother Courtney Cross found out that her mother had done some creative financial accounting and at the time of her deat

  10. says:

    Marriage at a Price is Miranda Lee’s 40th novel Courtney Cross is the independent spirited owner of the Crosswinds horse stud farm But after

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Of a silent business partnerHandsome investment broker Jack Falconer said he knew the right man for her Courtney jumped at the chance on. How weird that I couldn t post a review on my phone AnywaysI had inititally read the manga adaptation of the novel and I rather enjoyed it so when I had found a copy at my local opportunity shop or thrift store I snapped it up Shame however that there were some elements that I hadn t enjoyedCourtney the heroine of our piece was a single vivacious gorgeous young woman seemingly unaware of her good looks I loved how headstrong she was and how certain she was of her own sexuality What I found a bit gross of her instant labelling of her rival as Superbitch someone she had only heard about and hadn t even met beforeJack the hero was painted as being all too perfect Perfectly macho good looks lean form knows his mind etc etc etc but there were so many things that he kept under wraps and didn t immediately admit to Courtney a woman he claimed he loved Granted he didn t have to be open about everything but surely as a thirty plus year old man you d think that he d be communicative view spoilerAnd then to mask his marriage proposal to Courtney as an arrangement whereupon he d give her money to settle debts and cover property maintenance for Crosswinds but she d have to bear him children Ugh hide spoiler

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Marriage at a Price

Ly to find that Jack was that man and he had a deal to offer He'd clear her debts if she would do something for him in return have his ba. In a lot of ways Marriage at a Price is your typical Harleuin Presents with that precise amount of sex and romance But in other ways it is even than you might expect Courtney Cross is a strong and driven heroine who knows what she wants Unlike many heroines she is sexually experienced and boasts that the only reason she would marry is for the sex But what about when money comes into play and she needs to marry for financial reason That s ok by Courtney as long as the sex is good too Of course nothing is that simple and Courtney falls in love with her would be financial partner Jack a rich man who separated from his ex but is he still in love with her Courtney might be willing to marry Jack for money and sex but when she falls in love things get complicated I really liked the fact that Courtney wasn t the inexperienced bride She wanted Jack because she loved him eventually but she was also driven by a lust that wasn t without sexual knowledge or experience She was also keen to maintain her career as a priority I also loved Jack for respecting Courtney s work drive and wanting to support her to maintain her business He is an alpha for sure but he is also caring and respectful of Courtney He loves her but he understands that for her to be happy she needs to keep her family stud farm up and running And he helps her achieve that The downside of this story was mostly personal I m not at all interested in horse racing or stud farms and found the whole concept a little boring The scene where our hero and heroine become turned on when the horses are mating was also a little gross Possibly if I was interested in horses I might have liked it that bit I was also a little unsure about Jack s motivations Unlike many Harleuin Presents titles there is no PoV for Jack and while I prefer it when the point of view stays the same throughout a book I found myself confused by Jack s motivations For example we know he wants a child enough to arrange a marriage of convenience just for the purpose of having a child but it isn t clear why he is uite so desperateAll in all this was a good title from Harleuin Nice to have an Australian setting as well I read the Audiobook so what about the Narrator Unfortunately the narrator of this book Suzanne Toren was American I don t know why Harleuin did it this way as with an Australian setting it meant that the American narrator put on incredibly painful Australian accents It was a bad move to say the least Luckily the narrator was not that bad in her general narrative but you have to learn to ignore the accent issue to enjoy this audiobook

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What did an independent spirited woman do when her stud farm was deep in debt Marry for money Never Courtney set off for Sydney in search. Wow I didn t expect to like this book so much Written in 2001 I feel the oldies are goldies as in these Mills Boon written in the early 2000s were some of the best I ve read I started reading them in 2003 so I should make an effort to search out these old books Especially this The Australians series Hopefully my library has the complete setI love horses but never really know much about the world of breeding race horses and the racing world Miranda Lee has brought the stud farm to life and my goodness that final race scene gave me goosebumps It was brought to me so vividly and I could visualise the horse gaining length by kengthAs for the characters Jack is a pretty great hero Smart sexy and sensitive with money he s willing to spend on Courtney Courtney is problematic because of who and what her mother was a man hateror really Things are not always what they seem and it was great of Jack to try make Courtney view her mother with sympathy in view of what s revealed after her deathCourtney was raised like the boy her mother never was and never had so she s really abrasive But Jack was able to appreciate her directness which must be refreshing after his experience with his nasty ex girlfriendThe chemistry and heat between Courtney and Jack was sizzling That scene after the horses mated WOWLove the book The horse bits enhanced and gave depth to the story not detract I feel