I really enjoyed The Tuscan's Revenge Wedding. The story flows well and has interesting characters. Plus you get some great descriptions of the places the characters visit. I was able to loose myself in the author’s words.
Nicholas is over-bearing at times, but you see his soft and protective side as well. Because you get to see both his sides he is a very likeable character. Amanda is a strong willed woman who stands up to him and his demands. She also gives him advice which helps him to give his sisters a bit more freedom…even if he resents her for it at first. It is pretty obvious from the start that there is going to be a romantic relationship between the two of them, but it doesn’t just happen. There is a lot of hostility and resentment there which throws them off track and makes their relationship hard work. When it happens it is romantic and sexy and made me wish for some of the same!
I recommend this to anyone who likes a bit of drama, a lot of romance and of course a happily ever after.
Revenge can indeed be sweet...
When her brother's car plunges off a cliff with him and his fiancée in it, Amanda Davies gets the news personally from the fiancée's brother. The devastatingly handsome Italian businessman appears in Atlanta and whisks Amanda off to Italy to be with the hospitalized couple. But could his motive be more?
Nicholas de Frenza never approved of his sister's choice in husband to begin with, and now that Carita is in a coma due to her fiancé's reckless driving, it seems the perfect time to resurrect an ancient Italian custom of revenge: the seduction calls for a similar seduction in return, a sister for a sister. But Nico is too civilized for such vengeance -- or is he?
Even as Amanda falls for the Tuscan's charms, she knows his code and his family would never approve of her as more than a simple dalliance. But then the secret about the car wreck comes out -- and that's when everything changes...