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    This book is absolutely full of gramatical errors that make reading it very annoying. Then to top things off, the descriptions of intimate body parts got ridiculous.....when a lady's private parts are called a dripping peach.....give me a freaking break! Fix the grammar errors...please!!
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    Well this is one of those books, where I ask myself if it would work if the main figure would not drown on money. So we have the female main character and her best friend, who both have an abusive relationship. With the friend it is easy: the guy beats her to pulp and for much to long she believes the following excuses and stays with him to be treated like that. With the main character the abuse is also physical in too hard sex, but mostly emotionally abusive. Spoileralert, stop reading here if you want to find out all by yourself! After she discovers, that she is pregnant she cleverly escapes for about one year until her husband finds out, ruins all, what she worked for and forces her back to his mansion. And here I ask: ho would this go if he wasn't drowning in money? So of course he had an evil childhood, which results in his nasty behaviour. After some weeks he sees his errors and tries to change. And so the fairytale goes on. And by the way the hitting ex boyfriend of the other woman ends up in jail. So marriage and love prevails... The book is not really bad and I just read it a second time (88% just now) and I would not do that with an really bad book. Conclusion: If you want a modern Cinderella fairytail with and evil price, who miraculously gets his most severe problems fixed within a few week, you will be happy. I am just to realistic for that. Even in romance....

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