Rafael's Convenient Proposal
By Valerie Pryor
May 9, 2004 - 5:04:00 PM

Rafael D'Afonso is handsome, successful, lives in a palace on the Mediterranean and has a beautiful, loving daughter.  Everything a woman could possibly want except the antiquated ideas about the roles women should play.  Already determined to dislike the woman who has corrupted his sister Lianor and lead her into a career minus a husband and family, Rafael has to reevaluate his preconceived notions when Mallory selflessly saves his daughter's life.

Mallory Ellis is beautiful, well educated with a successful career.  Frustrated when people only see her as an executive Mallory decides to take a brief working vacation to visit Lianor but instead she finds a daughter ready to be loved and man in need of reeducation in what a woman is truly capable of doing.


What follows is a heart warming story of two people learning what really matters in life and that love can come at the most unexpected time and from the most unexpected people.


RAFAEL'S CONVENIENT PROPOSAL is a well-written story that carries the reader into a world most people can only dream about.  A fun, light hearted story this book is a wonderful pick me up with lots of satisfying happy endings.  I enjoyed this book and would recommend it for anyone who appreciates a satisfying love story.

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