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by Rebecca Winters

  • Author: Rebecca Winters
  • ISBN: 0373037430
  • ISBN13: 978-0373037438
  • ePub: 1698 kb | FB2: 1284 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Erotica
  • Publisher: Harlequin (April 1, 2003)
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 711
  • Format: lrf rtf txt lit
Rush to the Altar (Twin Brides) ePub download

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Read the official Rush to the Altar Twin Bride 2 (Manga) in English online or offline! Author: Rebecca Winters/Esu Chihara. Ann finds herself at the crossroads of life when she is criticized as an over-the-hill actress. In hopes of clearing her mind, she flees to Europe, where her twin sister lives. After seeing her sister’s happy marriage, Ann feels a strong desire for a family of her own. Then one day, her sister’s husband brings home a potential member of his racing team.

Riley Garrow is the ultimate bachelor—he's always had a string of glamorous women on his arm. Only one woman has ever turned him down and he's been determined to pursue her ever since...and claim her as his wife!

Ann Lassiter is stunned to discover that she'll be sharing her sister's Italian hideaway with Riley. The attraction between them is amazing, but Ann is reluctant to get involved with a playboy like Riley. Only, now Riley is emotionally blackmailing Ann to the altar and she has no choice but to accept....

Haal
This is the seventh Rebecca Winters' novel I have read. I had come to expect a much higher quality story than what I found in "Rush to the Altar." First of all, I do not find it realistic that our hero, Riley, had to be confined to a hospital bed for a full two months when all that is taking place is grafting some skin to facial burns. It may enhance the story line, but it is very far removed from real life. To the extent a story does not mimic true-to-life experiences; the author looses credibility with me as a story teller.

Our heroine, Ann, spends way too much time and effort trying to support the proposition that the hero, Riley, does not really care for her. The only actual evidence she uses in her defense is that which she herself has contrived. Every time Riley's words or actions run contrary to her preconceived opinion of him, she used faulty logic to discredit him. Obviously, this technique was used to manufacture tension. For me, however, it simply weakened the credibility of the story.

The heroine's logic justifying her marriage to Riley did not ring true to me. I have a very hard time believing that a woman will go through with a marriage if she truly believes her husband-to-be does not love her and is convinced that they will divorce very shortly thereafter. Her excuse that she felt sorry for a brother-in-law that she hardly knows and his brother that is nothing more than an acquaintance simply does not wash.

Too often simple revelations triggered unrealistic reactions. For example, Riley disclosed that when Riley was two years old his mother walked out on him and his father. The reaction: "The unexpected revelation was so painful to Ann she reeled in her seat." In whose universe is this anywhere near a normal reaction?

Having read "Bride Fit for a Prince," the first book of this short series, I found a lack of consistency in the actions of Nicco when the twins, Ann and Callie, switch places. In the scene in book one, we find that Nicco knew the two had switched places the instant the other twin walked into the room. However, in this book, the implication is that Nicco had fallen for the deception for a time.

Despite what I have written above, this is not a "bad" novel. It is actually an "acceptable" offering. It is simply not up to par with the other Rebecca Winters' novels I have read. If you decide to read it, you will probably enjoy it. It is just that I feel Ms. Winters was a bit "off her stride" when she wrote this one. I elect to give it only three stars.
Modifyn
Normally I'm a big fan of Rebecca Winters and have been since some of her early work. However, I found this book to be a real disappointment. I did not read the first book in the series and don't feel I lost out - although characters were clearly carried over, the story was ok as a stand-alone. Unfortunately, the author seemed to spend so much time creating "unique" individuals, that they never seemed to connect with each other. The heroine's implied personality change (from what she had been like before the start of the book) was largely unexplained and as a result, was more confusing then interesting as a plot point. Finally, while love scenes can certainly be left at the bedroom door, it seems highly unrealistic that two adults who are legally married and in theory fighting a great attraction for one another would not further their relationship.

Overall, the characters did not come together for me.
Gugrel
For a Harlequin Romance, this book gives you everything plus the emotion I go for. I was riveted from the first page where the hero is in a hospital following plastic surgery. Riley Garrow is a haunted hero plagued by a past that prevents him from believing he can find love, but he know what he wants when he meets Ann Lassiter. She rejects him without looking back, then finds herself regretting what she's done. Both of them leave the Hollywood scene separately, and then meet up again unexpectedly in Italy under fascinating circumstances because both are looking for fulfillment. Riley decides to claim what he wants this time through emotional bribery. Ann is terrified their marraige won't work. I loved this story! It's a keeper, like the other one featuring her twin sister Callie.
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