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Translated from the Greek by the Holy Transfiguation Monastery This prayer book provides a more liturgical rule that still works on a personal (individual) level. However, like the Jordanville volume, this book includes excerpts from It is a basic collection of morning, evening, and daily prayers for various occasions.

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My two main issues with His Fantasy Bride were the length, in that at under pages long there was very little chance for much development on anything. And the fact that the bulk of the story is based around dishonesty and the person telling the lie not having the c 3 - You reap what you sow And the fact that the bulk of the story is based around dishonesty and the person telling the lie not having the courage to own up to the fact. I think I could have dealt with the shorter length of the book if the lying had been dealt with early on, and they then spent the remainder rebuilding their trust and a relationship around that, but one thing that is guaranteed to wind me up is when someone makes lame excuses rather than owning up to their deceit.

I already had a soft spot for Vito before going into this book, and he was still pretty likeable throughout the telling of the story, Nina has mad-skillz when it comes to writing heroes of the Mediterranean persuasion and Mr. We are now three weeks on from the ship sinking and the decision he made to reconnect with Gabrielle Harper, and discover why she ran out on the eve of their wedding, Vito is in London looking for answers.

He was her prince, even if she had been the wicked witch in disguise rather than the princess.

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ARC generously provided via Netgalley, in exchange for the above honest review. View all 4 comments. May 27, Irene rated it liked it Shelves: hot-cover , arc-by-publisher , romance , entangled-brazen. While the storyline was well written and it held my interest from start to end, I found myself struggling to connect with Gabby. View all 3 comments.

Jun 04, BookLover rated it really liked it Shelves: release , reviews , author-first-reads , arc-netgalley , brazen. ARC requested through Netgalley, and kindly provided by Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review. I read it in one sitting.

Starting a relationship on a lie? Never a good idea, but this is how His Fantasy Bride started off. Gabrielle had run out on her fiancee, Vito, the night before their wedding and left a vague note.

This book was very steamy with so much chemistry between Vito and Gabby. I was rooting for them from page one. Vito was so confused over the abrupt change in his fiancee and Gabby was riddled with guilt over her deception with him. Despite all of the unanswered questions and lies, these two could not stay away from one another. I kept wishing Gabby would just tell Vito her secret so they could move past it but I understood her fear that he would hate her when he found out. Despite Gabby being nothing like the woman she pretended to be, she ended up being perfect for Vito.

Jul 02, Michelle rated it liked it Shelves: contemporary-romance , contemporary , entangled-brazen , part-of-a-series , arc , , july I loved the concept of the story line, I just wish Ms. Croft focused more on the ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review His Fantasy Bride by Nina Croft is the third book that I have read from this author. Croft focused more on the couple moving forward but the too much back information of the past disrupted the flow of the story. As far as the book is concern, Ms.

Croft still managed to incorporate a bit of steam and tender moments to keep readers invested with Vito and Gabby as they try to work on their relationship. View 2 comments. Jun 02, Sissy's Romance Book Review rated it really liked it Shelves: trt , contemporary , hot-steamy , series , arc-netgalley. Gabby let Vito 6 months ago on the night before their wedding.

Gabby is actually seeing Vito under false intentions. Vito didn't understand the note Gabby left. After an accident on a ship that almost cost Vito his life Vito still is in love with Gabby and wants to try to work things out. Gabby is surprised to see Vito and tries to avoid him but she can't. What Gabby did to Vito was for money that she need to help out her mom Loved watch their story play out.

Jun 24, Nicola rated it liked it.

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Nina Croft is an author I've read multiple times, she always brings great characters and a British feel and her stories are always easy to get along with. But I have to say the final book in her Things To Do Before You Die series ended things with a bit more of a fizzle than a bang and wasn't quite to the standard I have come to expect from her. Together Vito and Gabby generated some heat between the sheets, and Vito is nothing but completely honest about his feelings, but I never formed that much of a connection with them, likely due to its fairly short page-count.

The pacing just felt off to me, with time-jumps inserted to speed things along that took building parts of the story away.

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But the guys generated some fabulous drunken humour that had me chuckling away and the last third of the book upped the anti and was when these characters endeared themselves more: I just needed more that bit sooner. Nina Croft is an author who can write and write well, so there's absolutely no question of reading her books in the future--I'm interested to see if the Scarlesi siblings, Luca and Theresa will get their stories--but of the vast number of her books I've read, this falls into liked as opposed to loved category.

Copy received courtesy of Entangled Publishing via NetGalley for an honest and unbiased opinion. May 27, Bette Hansen rated it really liked it. This one is quick, fun, and devilishly sexy. It's the third in a series but they don't need to be read in order. After a near death experience three men have vowed to make right the one thing they regretted most.

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Theirs was a whirlwind romance he thought was going to altar but her sudden disappearance left him angry and confused. When Vito finds Gabrielle she is nothing like the wo This one is quick, fun, and devilishly sexy.

When Vito finds Gabrielle she is nothing like the woman he remembers. This woman, Gabby, is bold, vibrant, and sexually charged. Gabrielle had been none of those things.

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Now he's determined to find out which is the real woman and what had lead her to seek him out in the first place. No more secrets. No more pretend. This book is very well written and these characters are wonderful. Definitely a book I recommend. Jul 09, Laura rated it it was ok. I am not actually sure what it was exactly, and I think it was a sum up of small things that just didn't add up to a cohesive whole.

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  • The characters felt oddly suspended between who they are now and who they were, yet I never felt that I really had any sense of Gabrielle and Vito were 6 months ago, so it was difficult not only to relate to them now but to understand that there were differences in the then and now. Both Gabby and Vito kept saying that things were different now, but they seemed to have no issues relating to one another, even though the author kept trying to convince the reader that they were so very different.

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    The characters seemed unbalanced, and this messed up the story and the romance for me, as well as the pacing and the authenticity. I am not really able to recommend this book. Jul 10, Laura Greenwood rated it really liked it. I'm not completely sure of the reason why, though it could be that I didn't connect with Gabby as a character quite as much. While she had some alturistic motives, what she did because of them wasn't that good, and I don't think that the motives were explored quite enough to offset that mistake for me.

    Saying that Vito and Gabby had great chemistry, and there was no doubt that they were good together. The sex scenes were intense, like in the other books, and I never felt like it was forced between them. In fact they had some very natural moments getting caught up in the passion.

    I liked reading the relationship between Gabby and her best friend, Theresa. I thought that that did make her a bit more accessible as a character and I always like to read about female friendships. Loner women just don't seem that realistic to me and I'm saying that as an introvert.

    This was a good series, though I do think the other two books were stronger! Unbeknownst to him, Gabrielle Harper had merely been playing a part in an elaborate ruse to get close to Vito to solve several family problems of her own. Which probably means, I'd completely lost it by then.