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by Kate Walker

eBook Proud Wife (Mills  Boon Hardback Romance) download ISBN: 0263219704
Author: Kate Walker
Publisher: Mills & Boon; Library ed edition (March 1, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1978 kb
Fb2: 1717 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary

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Paperback, Mills & Boon Modern Romance 192 pages. Published March 2011 by Mills & Boon. 0263886417 (ISBN13: 9780263886412).

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Comments: (7)
Haralem
I feel dumb saying this but reading this made me confused! I felt like they only said made a handful of ACTUAL dialogue to each other. It would be an inner monologue for one character for 3-4 pages then one word out loud, then inner monologue for the other character, then a sentence at most. It was annoying. I do not know how they fixed anything without talking unless then are mind readers! There was no connection and I felt no love. Also, they main reason she left was because she felt he did not love her but she NEVER voiced that out loud at any point!
Kirimath
Pietro was the alpha rich,handsome, Italian prince and Marina was the wife who walked out of their marriage two years earlier. This had all the makings of a great story but failed. I'm not going into detail because the last two reviewers did so I'm just going to tell you what I didn't like. First of all there is no conflict what so ever and the story drags. At one point I was flicking my kindle pages so fast I couldn't believe I was actually skipping whole chapters with no dialog. Many many pages of stupid internal thoughts in Marina's stupid head. I guess this author was absent when they were teaching show instead of tell. The ending was the only thing I actually like about this book, so if you want to buy this book for the last two chapters go ahead. The entire book could have been told in two chapters.
Goltikree
Very entertaining story, worth reading it
Bev
"The Proud Wife" wants nothing from the husband from whom she has been separated for two years. She keeps telling herself this over and over, right up until the moment she is once again face to face with the man she married. In author Kate Walker's touching, tempestuous romance, Englishwoman Marina Emerson was swept off her feet by the captivating charm of Prince Pietro D'inzeo of Sicily. Their whirlwind of passion resulted in an unplanned pregnancy and a quick marriage. Tragically, the baby was lost due to miscarriage, and the initial happiness between them was lost as well. Miscommunication and emotional barriers grew to the point where Marina could bear no more, and she left Pietro and his family home and returned to England. Two years later, Marina receives a royal summons from her princely husband to come to Sicily and officially end their marriage. Once they are in each other's company again, banked embers burst into life, and powerful emotions come to the surface. Both confused and filled with unexpected longing, can Marina and Pietro bring back to life the love they had thought to be long-dead? Can they face the issues which drove them apart and grow together as each of them grows as an individual? "The Proud Wife" is an intense, satisfying romance full of passion and emotional conflict.
Arihelm
When Pietro officially summons Marina back to Sicily with the excuse of discussing the terms of their divorce, she attends, only to have the satisfaction to tell him she wants nothing from him, but to send their short marriage into oblivion. None of them imagine the attraction that brought them together is still there. And the passion is burning hotter than ever. Unexpectedly, they are facing each other and their painful past.

A past where everything happened so fast and it was so painful that they didn't have time to develop a relationship. The Proud Wife by Kate Walker is about finding closure for the painful experiences shared and connecting as a real couple.

My favorite part is when they finally talk about the death of their baby. The biggest misunderstanding in their relationship. Marina breaks down, Pietro gives her the sympathy and soothing he couldn't before, and somehow they find closure. However, Pietro and Marina still have too many pending issues. Pietro's idea of intimacy is making love. He thinks he is doing what she wants, but Marina needs much more. He has been emotionally unavailable in the past. While Marina was feeling used as a breeder to produce an heir, never truly loved and inadequate as a princess.

The Proud Wife is one of the books that I'd read where the characters' emotions convey to the page the best. Kate Walker did a great job channeling their adversities, the emotional portion of the story is deeply touching, there were moments I was teary-eyed.
Ranicengi
Two years ago Marina had left her husband Pietro and returned home. Now he is demanding she return to Scilly to discuss terms for a divorce. This couple had a whirlwind romance and then married. Then disaster struck and Marina left.

Many mistakes were made by this couple most of all a lack of communication, then what man in his right mind moves himself and his new bride in to live with his mother, he then spent too much time at work.

This was an okay read from this author, I've read her books before some much better than this. I thought this story started quite strongly, but with just these two characters featuring and not a lot of dialogue between them. Mostly it's just their internal musings. It became a bit repetitive especially as it was obvious where this story was going.