Enemies at the Altar by Melanie Milburne
(Harlequin Presents)

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I liked the tension, the love/hate between the two characters, and often wondered how on Earth they were going to work it out. There were some very hot scenes, too, lending a very realistic air to this well-written, fun book.
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The last time Andreas Ferrante saw Sienna Baker, she was naively trying to seduce him. While her provocative sensuality is emblazoned on Andreas's memory, the terrible consequences torment him. So the news that they must marry to secure his inheritance is unthinkable.…

Once devastated by his heartless rejection, seeing Andreas again makes Sienna's humiliation burn brighter. And as for marrying him? They'd be lucky to last the ceremony without killing each other!

But there's a fine line between love and hate.… Will these flames of anger turn to white-hot passion on their wedding night?

 

About Melanie Milburne

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Melanie Milburne read her first Harlequin at age seventeen in between studying for her final exams. After completing a Masters Degree in Education she decided to write a novel in between settling down to do a PhD. She became so hooked on writing romance the PhD was shelved and soon after she was signed on to the London office of Harlequin Mills and Boon line, becoming the first not previously published Australian author to be contracted for the Presents line in over a decade.
 
Published September 1, 2012 by Harlequin Presents. 191 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Lucy Felthouse on Nov 07 2013

I liked the tension, the love/hate between the two characters, and often wondered how on Earth they were going to work it out. There were some very hot scenes, too, lending a very realistic air to this well-written, fun book.

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