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SHE MARRIED THE ONE MAN SHE WAS TRYING TO AVOID Thinking to assure a business merger with the wealthy, successful Cameron Banks, Olivia Donovan’s mother drags her to Las Vegas for a business convention, demanding she meet Banks and seduce him into wanting to marry her. But Olivia’s finished being Little Miss Yes-mother-whatever-you-say-mother. So, she sneaks away, intend SHE MARRIED THE ONE MAN SHE WAS TRYING TO AVOID Thinking to assure a business merger with the wealthy, successful Cameron Banks, Olivia Donovan’s mother drags her to Las Vegas for a business convention, demanding she meet Banks and seduce him into wanting to marry her. But Olivia’s finished being Little Miss Yes-mother-whatever-you-say-mother. So, she sneaks away, intending to rebel and marry the very antithesis of Cameron Banks. Who she finds is a drunk hottie that takes her to new heights of pleasure and shows her a side of herself she never knew existed before. But after her amazing night in her new husband’s arms, she awakens the next morning only to discover she married and slept with the very Cameron Banks she’d been trying to avoid. Is Cam the devil she feared, or will he end up being her one true hero? (2nd Edition)


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SHE MARRIED THE ONE MAN SHE WAS TRYING TO AVOID Thinking to assure a business merger with the wealthy, successful Cameron Banks, Olivia Donovan’s mother drags her to Las Vegas for a business convention, demanding she meet Banks and seduce him into wanting to marry her. But Olivia’s finished being Little Miss Yes-mother-whatever-you-say-mother. So, she sneaks away, intend SHE MARRIED THE ONE MAN SHE WAS TRYING TO AVOID Thinking to assure a business merger with the wealthy, successful Cameron Banks, Olivia Donovan’s mother drags her to Las Vegas for a business convention, demanding she meet Banks and seduce him into wanting to marry her. But Olivia’s finished being Little Miss Yes-mother-whatever-you-say-mother. So, she sneaks away, intending to rebel and marry the very antithesis of Cameron Banks. Who she finds is a drunk hottie that takes her to new heights of pleasure and shows her a side of herself she never knew existed before. But after her amazing night in her new husband’s arms, she awakens the next morning only to discover she married and slept with the very Cameron Banks she’d been trying to avoid. Is Cam the devil she feared, or will he end up being her one true hero? (2nd Edition)

30 review for Hot Commodity

  1. 5 out of 5

    Karla

    4 Stars! Crazy premise, but it worked! Olivia and Cameron are quick to hop in the sack, but considering the circumstances, it needed to be that way. It's starts out amusing enough, but then some serious issues are addressed. It was witty and heart-wrenching at the same time. Both main characters are dealing with some horrific events in their lives, and they really needed to find one another. It was a good pairing and they had great chemistry! I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this. 4 Stars! Crazy premise, but it worked! Olivia and Cameron are quick to hop in the sack, but considering the circumstances, it needed to be that way. It's starts out amusing enough, but then some serious issues are addressed. It was witty and heart-wrenching at the same time. Both main characters are dealing with some horrific events in their lives, and they really needed to find one another. It was a good pairing and they had great chemistry! I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Saly

    This book is actually set before Delinquent Daddy but came out later. Cam is filthy rich and Boston's cousin and still not over his wife's suicide ten years ago. He was 19 when he married her and knew she was a maniac depressive so he did everything he could to make her happy but it took it toll, she tried to kill herself two time before succeeding the third time and died in front of him. Her death messed up his mind and since then has been in a cloud, falling of the drinking wagon often and not This book is actually set before Delinquent Daddy but came out later. Cam is filthy rich and Boston's cousin and still not over his wife's suicide ten years ago. He was 19 when he married her and knew she was a maniac depressive so he did everything he could to make her happy but it took it toll, she tried to kill herself two time before succeeding the third time and died in front of him. Her death messed up his mind and since then has been in a cloud, falling of the drinking wagon often and not seeing why his family is so worried about him. The heroine Olivia has a mother who can call be called the worst names in the world, she tries to pimp out her daughter to the hero and in rebellion she goes to a bar and marries a stranger who in a weird quirk of fate turns out to be Cam. When they wake up in the morning both are horrified and want to get the marriage dissolved and part ways. I did not enjoy this book much mainly because I did not get Olivia sometimes, she had crappy parents, her mom found no fault with abusing her and hitting her and Olivia put up with it because she had nowhere to go, I mean wasn't she an adult who could try working for a living instead of living with a monster who goaded her father to pull the trigger in front of Olivia and her. I found her behaviour with her mother spineless, she should have walked out on her a long time ago, it took Cam to take her away from her, then also she was dependent on him. I did like how she tried to make a life for herself, finding a job, learning to cook. Now, Cam, I knew he was messed up but his mess went on for too long. His wife had issues and they were there before he met her too and his cousin warned him to stay away from her but he thought he could be the cure instead being with her crippled him. I really hated what he put his family through, using alcohol as a cripple and it took nearly killing himself for him to face that he had problems he had to seek help for and that he was turning into his first wife. The book had it's moment when I liked it but I disliked how Cam took so long to screw his head on straight.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Yona

    The smile haven't left my face through the whole book, from the first till the last page. Loved it, this book was just what I needed. Cameron's wife killed herself 10 years ago and he still blames himself. In the tenth anniversary of her dead he gets himself drunk, although he is a recovering alcoholic and was sober for 3 years. His wife had a severe case of depression and there is nothing that could have saved her. For the year they were together he made everything he can to make her smile, bu The smile haven't left my face through the whole book, from the first till the last page. Loved it, this book was just what I needed. Cameron's wife killed herself 10 years ago and he still blames himself. In the tenth anniversary of her dead he gets himself drunk, although he is a recovering alcoholic and was sober for 3 years. His wife had a severe case of depression and there is nothing that could have saved her. For the year they were together he made everything he can to make her smile, but nothing worked. So he was drinking in this club when Olivia came dressed in black leather as the Cat Woman. She was trying to escape her mother, her first rebellion and the only way to do it was to get married for anyone but Cameron Banks. The got wasted and got married by Elvis. Some things happened and she ended living in his home, making her way in his heart, healing him and in the same time finding her wings and the place she belongs. It was one beautiful story about healing, finding love and your place in the world. But there were also some very hot scenes. I'm starting to really like Linda Kages books.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Akyraa

    i hate heriones like Olivia...spineless idiots who need a sugar daddy to continue living...seriously, her mother used to beat her...her father committed suicide in front of her after her mother's provocation...her mother wanted her to whore herself to Cameron and still she had the gall to act like a perfect daughter and like the idiot she is married a drunk stranger to rebel...seriously...are you for real... i hate heriones like Olivia...spineless idiots who need a sugar daddy to continue living...seriously, her mother used to beat her...her father committed suicide in front of her after her mother's provocation...her mother wanted her to whore herself to Cameron and still she had the gall to act like a perfect daughter and like the idiot she is married a drunk stranger to rebel...seriously...are you for real...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa :)

    I‘m a bit disappointed to be honest. I read most of the Forbidden Men series and I loved it. I love the characters, the stories and the writing. Everything I loved about Forbidden Men I found seriously lacking in Hot Commodity. The heroine was a spineless brat throughout most of the book. She never stands up for herself and lets the people in her life run all over her. Olivia can be summed up as an air-headed, bland character. Cam, the hero, is a mess. His first wife killed herself and he blames him I‘m a bit disappointed to be honest. I read most of the Forbidden Men series and I loved it. I love the characters, the stories and the writing. Everything I loved about Forbidden Men I found seriously lacking in Hot Commodity. The heroine was a spineless brat throughout most of the book. She never stands up for herself and lets the people in her life run all over her. Olivia can be summed up as an air-headed, bland character. Cam, the hero, is a mess. His first wife killed herself and he blames himself ever since. He tries to drown his sorrows in alcohol. We don‘t really see a lot of his sweet side since he is drunk for most parts of the book. He had the potential to be swoon worthy but came up extremely short. So the mcs were meh and totally forgettable. But what bothers me most was how mental health issues were addressed (might be a „millennial“ thing). Here are a few points that stood out for me: 1. When Olivia and Cameron first got married in Vegas and woke up hungover in Cam‘s sister‘s house, his sister tells him to get over his depression. I know people with cases of depression and it‘s not something to just „get over“. You can’t go all Barney Stinson („Whenever I get sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead“) and turn a light switch on depression. That‘s just not how it works. 2. Sienna, Cam‘s first wife, killed herself after two attempted suicides. She has suffered from severe depression for most of her life. Cam knew this from the beginning. His cousin warned him about Sienna being manic depressive. He thought he could cure her by making her smile more. I know this was supposed to show that he was actually a sweet guy and I am in no way blaming him for Sienna‘s death but why didn’t he ever bother to learning about Sienna‘s disease? Honestly, that could have saved him so much trouble during that whole experience. Everyone said he blamed himself for Sienna‘s death but it seemed more like he blamed Sienna without recognizing that she was really sick. 3. After accidentally slicing her wrist open after a fight and Cam accusing her of attempted suicide Olivia states that she didn’t try to kill herself because those people are weak and don‘t care about anyone but themselves. I can‘t even begin to describe what is wrong with that sentence. Everything about it rubs me the wrong way. Why is it so hard to understand that depression is a disease of the brain? Why are we still blaming people for dying from the effects of a malfunction of the brain? 4. This is what it comes down to. Sienna is made out to be the antagonist. That she was sick beyond being just sad is never actually acknowledged. That’s so very frustrating. 5. Cam is an alcoholic. While that is disease all in itself it is also the symptom of deeper problems. But even after a year of rehab and getting sober he never treats it that way. To him therapy is something to get over with and not the chance to actually get better. So if you‘re not bothered by how badly mental health issues are portrayed this might be for you. I couldn‘t overlook (for good reason IMO) and was left disappointed by a story that had the potential to be great!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nishtha

    I wish i could write a bigger review but as it is , i am really short on time so in brief, A Handsome widower and a millionaire, Cam is struggling coz of his past, his wife committed suicide years ago and he can't get past it. The heroine who is being demeaned and belittled by her own flesh and blood, her Mom, is not strong enough to raise her voice against her mother. Her Mother insults her even more by handing her a prophylactic and ordering her to seduce Cameroon Banks[THE HERO]. Just to be b I wish i could write a bigger review but as it is , i am really short on time so in brief, A Handsome widower and a millionaire, Cam is struggling coz of his past, his wife committed suicide years ago and he can't get past it. The heroine who is being demeaned and belittled by her own flesh and blood, her Mom, is not strong enough to raise her voice against her mother. Her Mother insults her even more by handing her a prophylactic and ordering her to seduce Cameroon Banks[THE HERO]. Just to be brazen for once,She goes and marries the first guy she finds in the bar who SHE THINKS is completely opposite of what her mom wants[ RELAPSE]. Well, next morning they both wake upto a hangover which worsens when they get familiar with the truth. Now, comes the divorce WITHOUT letting 'the mummy' know. What happens next is a spoiler and the most beautiful story enfolding itself.

  7. 4 out of 5

    dreamerinexile

    Heart in your mouth 4 I wasn't sure I would like it but I did. This was a story about a woman who's never got to live her life the way she wanted. She's always been ruled by her mother until the day she decides to defy her. Enter her sweet, funny, incredibly sexy significant other. He's got a messed up past and he's still trying to survive it. Enter crazy chemistry and feeling and doubts. It was heartbreaking to see these two struggle through their past and survive. I loved Olivia and adored Cam, Heart in your mouth 4 I wasn't sure I would like it but I did. This was a story about a woman who's never got to live her life the way she wanted. She's always been ruled by her mother until the day she decides to defy her. Enter her sweet, funny, incredibly sexy significant other. He's got a messed up past and he's still trying to survive it. Enter crazy chemistry and feeling and doubts. It was heartbreaking to see these two struggle through their past and survive. I loved Olivia and adored Cam, his drunken antics were to die for. Gahhh!!! So for me this one was a 4 cute plus heartbreaking stars.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Riz

    3.5 Stars It was a decent read, I kinda liked it but not loved it

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mariana

    (ENG. Español después) ✨ Well, hello. I just finished this book and wanted to share my opinion. After being obsessed with the Forbidden Men series since I've read them, I didn't thought another book written by Linda K was going to be so important to me. That changed with the Love Mark series and it changed again now. I looooove arranged marriage so much and this version of "it's-arranged-but-it's-really-not" was awesome for me. Olivia had lived under her mother's power her entire life. And yes, h (ENG. Español después) ✨ Well, hello. I just finished this book and wanted to share my opinion. After being obsessed with the Forbidden Men series since I've read them, I didn't thought another book written by Linda K was going to be so important to me. That changed with the Love Mark series and it changed again now. I looooove arranged marriage so much and this version of "it's-arranged-but-it's-really-not" was awesome for me. Olivia had lived under her mother's power her entire life. And yes, her mother is a horrible person as you'll soon realize in this book. Cameron is a total mess! I liked him sometimes and I definitely liked him more in the epilogue but you need to know that a past experienced really broke him. This book talks about a serious subject I can't read without crying because of I've experienced the same thing from their perspective so in the end not only Cam was a mess but also me! Way to go! If I recommend this book? YES.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Silvia

    5 sexy fantastic star the story yet sexy, sizzling, hilarious and ery romantic...i loved all the character ..i loved how cameron so in love and addicted to olivia but he didnt realize it and i loved how olivia stood up her own mother, shes really a brave woman and fell for a gorgeous guy and ended together .HEA he he

  11. 5 out of 5

    Joy

    Read this after discovering Linda Kage- loved this book Great combination of someone who had a rough childhood to finding someone and empowering herself with a great family. Humour again features- the pace is also fantastic. read this.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ahana M Rao (Heart’s Content)

    It was a really nice book. And not what I expected. I loved the characters, their love despite their inhibitions, their stories, their past that made them what they are and the idea of their AMAZING future together. 5 STARS!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dodie

    I loved this book. It was a great read from beginning to end. My nook did not like the format though, and some of the sentences were out of order, but I persevered because I enjoyed it so much.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Faz

    awesome book about fighting against your circumstances no matter what the environment. the hero was a drunk and the heroine was abused etc by her mom but they both ended up in a grt place

  15. 5 out of 5

    J

    Okay read but I wasn't totally sold on the story or the writing. Okay read but I wasn't totally sold on the story or the writing.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Emilia Rosén

    POWERING THROUGH MY READING SLUMP.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 4 - easy quick read about Cam, millionaire who married at 19 to a suicidal wife and got a payout that he tried to lose in an investment but kept gaining money, and Livy, an unloved, living under a rock, innocent girl. It all starts when her witch of a mother, Vivian, tried to whore out Livy to hook Cam as a business deal. Livy sick of things has a one night stand/ drunken marriage to a stranger who turns out to be Cam. Loved the supporting characters, and how Cam took responsibility of Livy from 4 - easy quick read about Cam, millionaire who married at 19 to a suicidal wife and got a payout that he tried to lose in an investment but kept gaining money, and Livy, an unloved, living under a rock, innocent girl. It all starts when her witch of a mother, Vivian, tried to whore out Livy to hook Cam as a business deal. Livy sick of things has a one night stand/ drunken marriage to a stranger who turns out to be Cam. Loved the supporting characters, and how Cam took responsibility of Livy from the get go.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lea & Sandra

    Wow! One word can describe this delightful romp of angest, turmoil, romance and finally love --- that word being WOW! Great read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Daisy

    2.5 stars This didn’t work out for me, it’s told in third person and that just makes me lose all concentration. IMO it looses the connection between characters and the reader.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tia

    Kage is a great writer but this book was to be honest on the dull side for me lacking the passion and depth of character I would like.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    Hot Commodity, by Linda Kage, is one sexy, thoroughly grown-up fairy tale with modern-day equivalents of princes, princesses, wicked witches, poisoned apples, the lot. The “royals” trade in commodities and make fortunes. The “wicked witch” is a scheming mother, and the poisoned apple’s depression or alcohol. Fate plays the part of fairy godmother, bringing true lovers together. But now it’s up to the young couple’s hearts to determine if that’s where they want to stay. If the bedroom scenes, pla Hot Commodity, by Linda Kage, is one sexy, thoroughly grown-up fairy tale with modern-day equivalents of princes, princesses, wicked witches, poisoned apples, the lot. The “royals” trade in commodities and make fortunes. The “wicked witch” is a scheming mother, and the poisoned apple’s depression or alcohol. Fate plays the part of fairy godmother, bringing true lovers together. But now it’s up to the young couple’s hearts to determine if that’s where they want to stay. If the bedroom scenes, played out with delightful imagination and abandon in various parts of hotel, house and street-corner are anything to go by, those hearts and bodies know far more than their still-confused heads. But then, these people have wounds in their past just as deep as any rejected Cinderella’s and far more real; everyone knows you have to heal your past before you move on. Linda Kage’s characters are vivid and fun, with great dialog and amazing moves, just sufficiently grounded in the real world to be believable, just sufficiently far above us minor mortals to be delightfully fun to read about. From Pasadena, to Vegas, to Chicago and beyond, from abject submission to brave determination, from haunted past to present to promising future, Hot Commodity runs the gamut of US locations and emotions. Secret pains are revealed and secret joys made known. And the reader is left to delight in the happiest of happy everafters. I’d love to see the movie. Disclosure: I won an ecopy of this book and volunteered to write an honest review.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Morgan

    CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS AT READING, EATING AND DREAMING I WAS BLAIR WALDORF Realistic? Hardly. So freaking good that you don't even care? Definitely. Hot Commodity was another fanfreakintastic story by Linda Kage. Based on the synopsis, I expected this story to be sweet, sexy, and funny. It was all of those things and more. Touching on issues such as suicide, depression, alcoholism, and neglect, this story was unexpectedly moving as well. This was my fourth Linda Kage novel so I should have CLICK HERE TO READ MORE REVIEWS AT READING, EATING AND DREAMING I WAS BLAIR WALDORF Realistic? Hardly. So freaking good that you don't even care? Definitely. Hot Commodity was another fanfreakintastic story by Linda Kage. Based on the synopsis, I expected this story to be sweet, sexy, and funny. It was all of those things and more. Touching on issues such as suicide, depression, alcoholism, and neglect, this story was unexpectedly moving as well. This was my fourth Linda Kage novel so I should have been prepared for an emotional whirlwind, but I wasn’t. Linda Kage has a talent. She knows how to bring tears to my eyes. So far, I’ve read four Linda Kage novels; all four novels have made me cry. Either I am a complete wuss or she is just really, really good. I'm voting that she is just really, really good. I gave Hot Commodity by Linda Kage 4 STARS (3.5 STARS). I'm a huge Linda Kage fan. I strongly recommend this story to adults who are searching for fun, sexy romance novel that they can connect with and characters they can root for. -XOXO READING, EATING AND DREAMING

  23. 5 out of 5

    LynnMarie

    Dodie's Review Olivia has been pushed around by her mother for years. For years, she has been subject to her mother's every whim. Her mother controls every aspect of her life from her work, to her wardrobe, to her pin money. When her mother orders her to bed and wed Cameron Banks, its finally the last straw. Olivia finally attempts to disobey her mother, but it backfires. Olivia turns out to be a strong heroine; determined to help her man overcome his demons and become the best husband he can. Ca Dodie's Review Olivia has been pushed around by her mother for years. For years, she has been subject to her mother's every whim. Her mother controls every aspect of her life from her work, to her wardrobe, to her pin money. When her mother orders her to bed and wed Cameron Banks, its finally the last straw. Olivia finally attempts to disobey her mother, but it backfires. Olivia turns out to be a strong heroine; determined to help her man overcome his demons and become the best husband he can. Cameron ends up being the perfect husband for Olivia, determined to help her break her mother's hold on her and help her learn to be independent. AND, they have hot, steamy, explosively good sex every time they are alone together. This book was a wonderful romance. I became invested in Olivia and Cameron's story, and was cheering for their HEA from the sidelines all the way. 5 Tea Cups!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Deasy Rostianti

    "Will you marry me or not?" Olivia Donavon finally had enough with the way her mother Vivian Donavon treated her and was making her final attempt in her desperate rebel to ask the first drunk she chooses to be her husband. It turns out; the same drunk guy is none other than the Cameron banks who is the target of her mother’s greediness and the man he was supposed to trap in sleeping with her. Well, the worst case is that Cameron and Olivia did get married. So, what on earth could poss "Will you marry me or not?" Olivia Donavon finally had enough with the way her mother Vivian Donavon treated her and was making her final attempt in her desperate rebel to ask the first drunk she chooses to be her husband. It turns out; the same drunk guy is none other than the Cameron banks who is the target of her mother’s greediness and the man he was supposed to trap in sleeping with her. Well, the worst case is that Cameron and Olivia did get married. So, what on earth could possibly happen next?It was a great book, for some of us, we might shed tears because some parts of Olivia’s story are quite tragic. You will love how Cameron with his easy and hilarious style stood up against Vivian for Olivia. Plus, the sex and hot scenes part was way off the chart and if I may say quite steamy, so...read and find out more.

  25. 4 out of 5

    The Glassed And The Furious

    Stupid girl with no guts 'rebels' by dressing up like a slut and marrying the next best drunk she meets in a bar. Rich, childish guy becomes her sugar daddy. Said guy supposedly is a recovering alcoholoc but seriously Drinks every freaking Chance he gets - that's not a recovering alcoholic dear Linda! He's still very much an addict and this Kind of disrespect for such a seriously topic makes me furious. The story itself was just boring and too many coincidences were forced into to plot that had me Stupid girl with no guts 'rebels' by dressing up like a slut and marrying the next best drunk she meets in a bar. Rich, childish guy becomes her sugar daddy. Said guy supposedly is a recovering alcoholoc but seriously Drinks every freaking Chance he gets - that's not a recovering alcoholic dear Linda! He's still very much an addict and this Kind of disrespect for such a seriously topic makes me furious. The story itself was just boring and too many coincidences were forced into to plot that had me rolling my eyes. DNF

  26. 4 out of 5

    amanda s.

    I loved it! This book is the first book of Banks / Kincaid Family and I just read it. I actually liked the idea but I just wish there'd be more drama with Olivia's dirty mum, Vivian. Because I sure got a lot of drama from Cam, but from Vivian, I need mooooore! But overall I enjoyed it. Linda Kage always knew where to put angst moment and beautiful punchline. I cried a bit too. So yeah, I wish there'd be book 3. :) I loved it! This book is the first book of Banks / Kincaid Family and I just read it. I actually liked the idea but I just wish there'd be more drama with Olivia's dirty mum, Vivian. Because I sure got a lot of drama from Cam, but from Vivian, I need mooooore! But overall I enjoyed it. Linda Kage always knew where to put angst moment and beautiful punchline. I cried a bit too. So yeah, I wish there'd be book 3. :)

  27. 4 out of 5

    Krys

    This short novel has a lot more realism in it than the typical adult romance book. Sometimes I became irritated with the decisions the characters made, but those decisions were the decisions real people make every day. With serious topics like alcoholism and verbal abuse the situation does not magically get better like it does in most fiction. I enjoyed this novel because, while it is witty and charming it also has that touch of realism and seriousness.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Holly Noelle

    I sadly read this one second, not realizing the order of the books. This would have made the second one easier to understand had I read it first. Silly potato. It's not great. It was predictable, cheesy, and the characters weren't funny enough to be super memorable. Had a few charming moments but the over the top mother was icky. I sadly read this one second, not realizing the order of the books. This would have made the second one easier to understand had I read it first. Silly potato. It's not great. It was predictable, cheesy, and the characters weren't funny enough to be super memorable. Had a few charming moments but the over the top mother was icky.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ivy Bateman

    I may not write HEA, but I do enjoy them, especially when they are well written. I loved this book. The chemistry between the 2 main characters was intense and I loved the almost agonizing climb to the beautiful finish. Lovely book and very hot in places!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Auraya

    For the love of Zeus, I have no idea why I loved it so much. Disliked the heroine pretty much from the start and the hero wasnt that much better, but somehow together they werent half bad. Lots of tears and woe is me crap and still I shed one or two tears myself.

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