!!> Reading ➶ Vows Made in Secret ➮ Author Louise Fuller – Snackgo.co.uk

Vows Made in Secret A Woman Scorned Art Expert Prudence Elliot Is Shocked When A New Job Brings Her Face To Face With Laszlo De Zsadany The Irresistible Enigma Who Blazed Through Her Life Like A Comet, Leaving Only Her Shattered Heart In His Wake A Husband Discovered Even Shocking, Not Only Is Laszlo A Secret Millionaire, But Their Youthful Pledging Of Love Was Legally Binding He S Her Husband Prudence Is An Addiction That Laszlo Cannot Fight, But Surely The Heat Between Them Will Quickly Burn Out Except Soon He S Forced To Admit That His Craving For His Wife Is Blazing Out Of Control Prudence comes to Hungary instead of her uncle to catalogue an old man s art collection.Note how in post soviet country did Janos manage to keep both his castle and his collection I don tbelieve this line, coming myself from USSR.Prudence meets Laszlo, a half Gypsy ,after 7 years.Laszlo delivers a bomb they are married they had a Gypsy ceremony in England.Prudence neverthought that ceremony was bindingHe is also Janos s only grandson..he is angry with Prudence and fires her on the spot.She returns, ready to work on the collection.Set in a castle in Hungary, it s an interesting story of people coming from different backgrounds.Also,Laszlo kept his true identity from Prudence.Now he is connected to both sides of his heritage.He isautocratic, holds a grudge and wants to punish his errant wife for leaving him seven years ago.I really liked Janos he was delightful Prudence is resourceful, outspoken, believes that both of them made mistakes in the past ,but sheshouldn t be punished Okay, I m bailing on this P.O.S The hero and heroine do nothing but argue all through the first chapter It s a shame, too, because I really liked the idea of a Hungarian hero Looks like Joe Namath and Bela Lugosi will have to wait a little longer. Underwhelming Tried for two weeks to finishgave up at the half point The storytelling was blah The hero too beta The heroine was ok Not enough ingredients to make this book worth finishing. Kind of slow and boring Didn t like this author s writing style I am guessing this is her first Harlequin Presents.

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