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Contemporary
Spanish Billionaire, Innocent Wife
By Natasha Smith
Aug 20, 2008 - 8:38:54 AM

Months ago Alannah broke Raul’s heart - not that he would ever admit it to her.  He wanted to marry her and she laughed at him, denying ever having had any feelings for him.  So why, months later, does she still affect him as much as she did when they were involved?  Raul doesn’t know the answer, but he is determined to find the reason and then use it against her.


Alannah does the one thing she never thought she would ever do again.  She contacts Raul Esteban and asks to meet with him.  Coming face to face again with the man she has loved since she met him, Alannah knows that what she did months ago was reprehensible.  But she can’t think about that right now.  Right now she has a request of Raul and she is willing to do anything for him to grant it.

 

Raul vows then and there, after meeting with Alannah, that she will pay for the way she treated him.  Imagine his surprise when the promiscuous woman he believes her to be turns out to be the virgin of his dreams.

 

Kate Walker is one of my most read authors at Harlequin.  Her male characters are dominant and forceful.  They demand their women and the results are steamy and sensual.  Raul is such a character.  He thoroughly thinks that Alannah is not to be trusted and as such, treats her exactly how he thinks a sexually active woman should be treated.  Alannah, for all of her bluster and blunder, is a woman living somewhat of a lie.  She isn’t all that experienced and the one man that she loved lived to have her at his mercy.  I was giddy with excitement as I read – not only was Raul an alpha, he was a sexy Spanish one.

 

SPANISH BILLIONAIRE, INNOCENT WIFE by Kate Walker takes readers on a coaster of a ride with Raul and Alannah dancing around each other trying to protect their hearts.  When the smoke cleared and each character admitted his/her feelings, then the love story began.  I found SPANISH BILLIONAIRE, INNOCENT WIFE to be an entertaining and interesting afternoon read.



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