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by Kay Thorpe

eBook The Billion-Dollar Bride download ISBN: 0373124627
Author: Kay Thorpe
Publisher: Harlequin Presents; Original edition (March 29, 2005)
Language: English
ePub: 1481 kb
Fb2: 1604 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Womens Fiction

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by Kay Thorpe (Author). An avid reader from the time when words on paper began to make sense, Kay developed a lively imagination of her own, making up stories for the entertainment of her young friends. After leaving school, she tried a variety of jobs, including dental nursing, and a spell in the Women's Royal Airforce, from which she emerged knowing a whole lot more about life-if only as an observer.

The Billion-Dollar Bride by Kay Thorpe Gina has inherited a fortune on the condition that she wed aloof and domineering Ross. Ross proposes a marriage of convenience, no strings attached. Easy enough – until Gina realises that her devastatingly handsome husband is impossible to resist! How To Marry a Billionaire by Ally Blake Cara Marlowe’s new TV job could make her career. But in reality Peta is a penniless virgin trying to survive. Can the tall, dark billionaire persuade her to keep up her end of the deal? The Billion-Dollar Bride by Kay Thorpe. Gina has inherited a fortune on the condition that she wed aloof and domineering Ross.

Somewhere in her books Kay Thorpe throws in that British men think nothing much of their . The Billion-Dollar Bride (2004). Bought by a Billionaire (2005).

Somewhere in her books Kay Thorpe throws in that British men think nothing much of their middle-aged wives, who still yearn for the love and romance of their not so far away youth. In The Iron Man (1974), Dave says that all wives are kept women. Kay Thorpe's women, on the other hand, confess their love to men without first securing for themselves any safety net, emotional or otherwise. In such one-sided confessions, the women commit to staying with these men, willing to pay any price and to go with them just anywhere.

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Comments: (4)
elegant stranger
Honestly, I don't fully understand why this book was even published. The plot was decent, it started out okay, but then it seemed like the author forgot to continue developing Gina, the heroine. Ross, the hero was somewhat attractive, but this book is entirely in Gina's point-of-view (making the lack of character development even harder to deal with). Gina was a partner in a business... that she apparently gave 0 cares about because half of the book was about her trying to remember to call her partner to hand over her half of the business (since she didn't need it anymore because of her inheritance). She spends another portion of the book avoiding to call her adoptive parents about her upcoming wedding. Apparently, Gina loves her adoptive parents and considers them a big part of her life, but she barely maintains contact with them - she calls them once and they appear momentarily for the wedding.

This biggest deal-breaker about this book was how insecure and annoying Gina was. She admittedly beautiful, owns her own business, is intelligent, and apparently thinks pretty highly of herself, but half of her relationship with Ross was spent worrying about another woman who was barely an entity in the book. I seriously spent most of my time wanting to smack her.
just one girl
I really began to by liking this book about a Gina whose grandfather is dying and although he forced Gina's mother to put her up for adoption when she was born, has decided to make amends.

She arrives to find her grandfathers stepson Ross is gorgeous and running the family business. Fine by her as she asserts repeatedly that she doesn't want anything from the man. She is just there to meet her grandfather then head back home.

With in the first few chapters the grandfather dies and when the will is read low and behold Ross and Gina must wed. Suddenly Gina is interested in keeping her shares rather then selling enough to let Ross have a controlling vote in the business.

Flip Flop: all of a sudden, she is getting married, and spends lots of money, has little to do with her adopted family, and is so suspicious of her future husband its amazing she hasn't completely turned green.

The cast of characters surrounding Gina and Ross are far more interesting then Gina herself and how Ross fell in love with her is beyond me. She flips flops on everything from the money, to a trip to England, to weather or not they have sex.

I would say read another Kay Thorpe this one isn't one of her best.
Trash Obsession
Long and drawn out tale with little to offer in the way of redeeming qualities. Some clever banter between characters, but very little romance and that ruined by a rushed ending. If not for a need to finish what I start, this book would have been tossed aside. So disappointing.
Welahza
This is a snooze fest. There's no chemistry between the unlikable main characters and it goes on for far too long.