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|Format Kindle, 7 janvier 2015||
|Langue : Anglais|
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This guy was such a sap. Towards the end of the book, the OW threatens suicide so he runs off while the h is in pain and blacking out. So the h is laying on the floor unconscious and he has left to aid the OW. He should have let the b!tch die but he viewed her as a little sister he needed to help. Too bad he didn't stop to check on his wife. No, he's sure that the wife is just throwing a tantrum. Man, this guy is useless.
So he's gone for 2 days trying to talk the OW into getting help and getting her back into rehab. OK, and he doesn't bother to call his wife? Like I said, this guy is useless. The h should have left him no matter what.
Hated this one. The H was a complete and total zero, the Aunt was a total witch, and the OW should have been left in a ditch somewhere, where she truly did belong.
Don't bother. This was really bad.
Maddie, our gardening, voluptuous, freckled tiny h is SO stupid I doubt she could tie her own shoes.
Her reluctance to cause tension between Dimitri and his uber evil aunt and the even more uber evil OW, Irini, borders on criminally stupid. I mean, there is not causing waves, and then there's having a modicum of common sense. The failure-to-communicate ties with the all-women-are-gold-digging-plotters-especially-when-they-seem-innocent as worst trope ever. At least for me.
The story gets bumped to a marginal two star as there is some other nice angsty stuff and although the hero is a mega jerk, he really loves the heroine. On more than one occasion, he asks her what is wrong which makes her silence EVEN MORE STUPID! Yes, a Greek alpha Harlequin H that wants to talk. Stop the presses!
The connection between the H and the tiny, stupid h had a Lynne Graham quality about it if that makes sense.
Dimitri just runs to and fro at this OW's beck and call while claiming he doesn't go for ultimatums. Also if Dimitri claims that Maddie is so transparent then why didn't he see the pain she was in towards the critical scene. He wanted to really work at this r/s and he offered some great promises to Maddie. New life will be good and she will want for nothing (he thought she was a gold digger anyway and he gives in on this too), whatever she desires she will have (unless OW calls first), and he seems to want to cosset her and take care of her but how quickly this is forgotten in favor of OW.
OW phones and Dimitri is there when Maddie acts odd and he thinks NOTHING of her behavior. He is more in tune w/ OW and her needs. The OW has pulled this same stunt before. Maddie wants him to stay, she needs him. He won't disappoint OW he made a promise and he doesn't break them - except to his wife! Dimitri doesn't call for two days (what was he doing that he couldn't contact his wife whom he claims to love) and he is only there now because of his aunt deeming it necessary to call him. Problem being that Maddie had a scare during pregnancy once before and before he ran off to the OW Maddie had collapsed against the wall and was breathing oddly, but he seemed more concerned w/ the OW who cried wolf again!! Did I mention that he didn't bother to call home once when he left to help OW and where was he? Dimitri even used the excuse of never getting the hang of saying ILY yet he claimed it to the OW.
I think this story left me w/ some unanswered questions in regards to time frame and this whole OW stuff. It also appeared that this honorable guy was not adverse to breaking promises. It just depended upon whose promise he was breaking, and when and whom he was protecting in the breaking of them.
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