The chemistry between Aneesa and Sebastian is electric, like a taut band that will always draw them back to each other. Another five stars book by Abby Green. Sebastian is just the hottest of all the Wolfe males. He took a while to come to terms with the pregnancy and his feelings towards Aneesa and this was very honest and well written. There are altogether eight volumes in this series which track the lives of a powerful dynasty, where secrets and scandal never sleep, The Notorious Wolfes.
It's my personal preference when it comes to the colour of a man's eyes. Dispuesta a dejar atrás todo lo que una vez significó su vida, ella es la única capaz de darle rumbo y sentido a la vida de Sebastián. Escaping her sham of a wedding, Bollywood star Aneesa Adani takes one look at ice-cool Sebastian and is hooked! I will be reading this again! Can I make it through all eight ridiculous titles? Both Sebastian and Aneesa have plenty of baggage with their names on it. Ruthless and aloof business tycoon Sebastian Wolfe feels a certain attraction toward the bride, Aneesa Adani, a Bollywood star being married at one of his successful chain of hotels, the uberluxurious Mumbai Grand Wolfe Hotel. Book 3 in the 8-book Bad Blood series about the Wolfe siblings - in this case Sebastian. Loved both sebastian and aneesa. Összegezve ez a keleties világ nem nekem való, talán nem kellene erőltetnem az ilyen témájú regényeket.
Her children having to live a lie! After numerous rewrites, they accepted her first book and an author was born. Először is fontos megjegyeznem, hogy a kék szemű férfi főszereplőket be kellene tiltani : Komolyan mondom, halálosak. Emotionally, he keeps himself alone, aloof and almost untouchable. We usually get along very well. An hour and a half later. How shallow have thou turnt, Aayesha? Ruthless in business and revered by many, Sebastian is at the top of his game professionally. I liked how she acknowledged her immaturity and shallowness prior to the bombshell that changes her for the better when this book begins.
Anyways, it was still a good story. Aneesa has to deal with the destruction of her career on the heals of finding out she was pregnant with one-night-stand Sebastian Wolfe. That was quite a shock after being the somewhat spoiled actress. Ruthless and aloof business tycoon Sebastian Wolfe feels a certain attraction toward the bride, Aneesa Adani, a Bollywood star being married at one of his successful chain of hotels, the uberluxurious Mumbai Grand Wolfe Hotel. Her children having to live a lie! Emotionally, he keeps himself alone, aloof and almost untouchable.
After Sebastian leaves, she manages to put her life together, but then comes the big surprise, and her entire life is in ashes. Sebastian chides himself for lusting after the bride and walks away to his penthouse suit. I wished the author could have included an epilogue that showed them with their baby. Some say his heart is made of stone. From the moment you start reading you realise that this is going to be highly charged emotional book.
Logically, his reasons are believable but again I didn't feel it. Like listening to someone you should sympathize in Too much drama. He really was a sexy hero. Az anyjuk a múltban ragadt, ez jól észlelhető mikor elmennek meglátogatni őt. The opening scene and the scene that followed where he stepped out of the pool were scorching! Having said all that, I really liked the premise of this book, but it seemed restrained.
Don't let my review spoil it for you - I'm just extremely moody and so. And running away seemed the only answer. Well, one thing leads to another and she gets a wedding night without the wedding with Sebastien though they decide it is for one night only. That's understandable after his childhood. I also liked how an Indian wedding was shown in the book, it felt good. Escaping her wedding, it takes one look at ice-cool Sebastian for Bollywood star Aneesa Adani to be hooked! Both Sebastian and Aneesa have plenty of baggage with their names on it.
Sebastian juga tidak kalah menjengkelkan. That's understandable after his childhood. Author has handled the heroine with different culture beautifully without losing the focus of the story. From the moment you start reading you realise that this is going to be highly charged emotional book. The root of all this drama was explained in snippets throughout the story but it didn't move me.