REVIEW: Claiming His Wedding Night by Louise Fuller

Posted July 26th, 2016 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Presents, Review / 2 comments

 

 

Claiming-His-Wedding-NightIn Claiming His Wedding Night by Louise Fuller, Addie Farrell’s marriage to casino magnate Malachi King lasted exactly one day, until she discovered their love was a sham. Now, with funding for her children’s charity about to be cut, Addie must face her husband and their dangerously seductive chemistry once again. Humiliated and frustrated after Addie’s sudden departure, Malachi seizes the chance to put the power back where it belongs: in his hands. The deal: Malachi will give her the money she desperately needs, if she returns to his side and finally he will claim his long-awaited wedding night.

This was a well written romance on the estranged couple trope which started off really well but cold not keep a good pace till the end. Addie is an independent heroine who stopped believing in love after her marriage ended. Malachi is an alpha hero who wants Addie back at any cost. He had the upper hand for most of the story and was quite dominating. I liked their banter at start but they fought too much according to me. The romance is enjoyable because the characters had a good chemistry but there are so many issues to be resolve before the couples could get their happy ending. Overall, an enjoyable romance if you like your romance filled with conflict and angst. Recommended for the author’s fans.

Book Info:

03.5S Published July 19th 2016 by Harlequin | Harlequin Presents |

“You owe me a honeymoon.”
Addie Farrell’s marriage to casino magnate Malachi King lasted exactly one day, until she discovered their love was a sham. Now, with funding for her children’s charity about to be cut, Addie must face her husband and their dangerously seductive chemistry once again
Humiliated and frustrated after Addie’s sudden departure, Malachi seizes the chance to put the power back where it belongs: in his hands. The deal: Malachi will give her the money she desperately needs, if she returns to his side and finally he will claim his long-awaited wedding night

 

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