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by Helen Bianchin

  • ISBN: 0263195724
  • Author: Helen Bianchin
  • ePub ver: 1449 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin Mills & Boon (February 2, 2007)
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  • Category: Romance
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Zac insists on commitment. But is he simply protecting his prize possessions–his beautiful lover and his future heir? For the sake of their baby, Lisane will become Zac's trophy wif. nowing that his heart will never be part of the deal. One fee. Stacks of books. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.

The marriage possession. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Romance - Contemporary, Fiction, Romance, General, Romance - General, Fiction, Fiction - Romance, Romance: Modern, Women lawyers, Mistresses, Pregnant women, Marriage, Man-woman relationships. Toronto, Ont. ; New York : Harlequin. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). Uploaded by Lotu Tii on September 7, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Helen Bianchin was encouraged by a friend to write her own romance novel and she hasn't stopped writing since! Helen's interests include a love of reading, going to the movies, and watching selected television programs. She also enjoys catching up with friends, usually over a long lunch!

Helen Bianchin was encouraged by a friend to write her own romance novel and she hasn't stopped writing since! Helen's interests include a love of reading, going to the movies, and watching selected television programs. She also enjoys catching up with friends, usually over a long lunch! A lover of animals, especially cats, she owns two beautiful Birmans. Helen lives in Australia with her husband. Their three children and six grandchildren live close by.

The Marriage Possession (Modern Romance) (Modern Romance). After reading the book I was still puzzled on why the heroine left, why the hero let her leave, and why the hero had to contrive some set up to get his wife back. What was lacking in this book was some big fight or event that separated the two. Not just some silly fight about Sandrine's acting career and her signing a contract without Michel's knowledge and sneaking off in the middle of the night. The book just kind of dragged along.

For the past year, Lisane Deveraux has been a successful lawyer by day and millionaire Zac Winstone's passionate mistress by night.

A surprise pregnancy changes everything. Zac insists on commitment. But is he simply protecting his prize possessions—his beautiful lover and his future heir? For the sake of their baby, Lisane will become Zac's trophy wife…knowing that his heart will never be part of the deal.

Comments (7)

Dorilune
I think I've read too many HB books. There is always an insecure h who, either married in a MOC or unmarried in a relationship, can't believe the H loves her. It's because he never says the words so she is insecure about the relationship. There in usually an OW who does unspeakable stuff to break up the relationship. At least that didn't happen here, but there was an attack on the h fairly late in the book.

The OW simply disappears and nothing is resolved about her. She did threaten the h so I would have thought something might have been said or done. Nope. The H's parents do tell the h that it was an old dream of theirs that the OW and the H married, but that's about it.

Stubborn h, H who uses actions instead of words, and a wannabe OW who is never really dealt with. Typical HB...
Joony
Lisane is a wonderful lawyer with a fantastic boyfriend at her side. But Zac's family want him to marry someone else. Someone who is more in his league. She goes home to help with her sisters wedding. While there several things happen. Zac's engagement is annouced and she finds she is pregnant. What is a woman to do? Is all to believe? Zac comes to get her to come back and work out their new arrangments. Marriage? I enjoyed this side of story about lawyers and the undercurrents therein. Have read this story several times and will enjoy it again.
Adoranin
Great read!
Mikarr
It's a good read.Helen Bianchin always draws you in.The attention to details is great.
Steep
This is not one of Ms. Bianchin's best but it is not bad either. If she would only resist including the psycho wannabe girlfriend of the hero I would have given this one 4 stars.

Why, why, why, can't I be making the big bucks as a Harlequin editor while at the same time fighting for truth, justice and better quality romance novels? Life just ain't fair sometimes.

Anyhow, back to the real world: Zac and Lisane are both lawyers and happily involved from the first page of this book. Happily, there is no blackmail involved in their relationship: stay with me or I'll ruin you, your family or sue for custody of our child whom you'll never see again.

She would like a commitment from Zac, but he's happy with the status quo; we're all familiar with that particular scenario :) Yet she won't make the first move by letting him know she wants more, believes she loves him or they should see other people if he's NOT going to commit since she doesn't want him to break her heart.

She visits her sister who is getting married and runs into her old boyfriend, her future brother-in-law's brother. He would like her back, but she loves Zac not him. In fact, that's why she moved away from her sister, to put distance between her and the ex-boyfriend who didn't want to remain an ex.

She soon realizes she's pregnant and doesn't know how to tell Zac. Finally she does, he insists they marry and she doesn't want to marry someone who only wants to marry her because they have a child on the way. They naturally resolve this, but happily Ms. Bianchin makes it relatively painless and angst-free for the couple as well as her readers.

Not that there's no drama, but there's a fine line between drama and melodrama. This is a good, strong couple and you can feel their love for one another even if they do not label it as such. Interesting story. I like her sister's gumption in this tale. And at least the psycho babe who's trolling for Zac only makes a couple of catty remarks in this book. She doesn't shove our heroine, put out a contract on her or try to implicate her in some nefarious plot.

But if you can only buy one of these Harlequin Presents this month, I'd go for Lynne Graham's "The Italian's Inexperienced Mistress." If you have the extra bucks, by all means buy this one as well.
Andriodtargeted
I did love the pairing of Zac and Lisanne, they have great passion together as is usual in one of Helen Bianchin"s books. Zac can't keep his hands off Lisanne, but when she discovers she is pregnant, Lisanne is full of self doubts and insecurity as are with most of HB's heroines. The one thing that bothers me the most is I was left with the feeling that the story wasn't complete with Allegra. A question I have to ask is "Why doesn't the male hero confront the woman causing all the grief in this story" or "Why didn't Lisanne put Allegra in her place"? Because I loved the coupling of this pair I gave the book a 4 star, and like one of the other reviewers, I liked that this pair was already dating for a while and that there wasn't a lot of arguing back and fourth between them, just a couple who wanted to be together.
Mr_Mole
This is a fresh approach for the HP books I have read, in that the hero and heroine are already dating, have been for several months and the relationship seems to be solid and loving. They enjoy each others company and go through their relationship as any caring couple would. Of course there is the jealous ex or want-a-be girlfriend and lack of communication delays the process.

I actually delayed purchasing this book because I wasn't impressed with the discription. I'm happy I did buy it because it's so much better then described and very much worth the price. I enjoyed reading this book
The heroine is a paragon of virtue and the hero a model of manliness. The potential villain and villainess present no real threat. In fact, there are not really any obstacles to prevent the happily-ever-after ending. Where's the conflict? I don't need drama and fireworks, but I do need something to intrigue me.

There's not much dialogue, but plenty of descriptions: a lot of coffee-making, shower-taking (and not the naughty kind), and hair- and teeth-brushing... these are clean people.

And the love scenes seem really clinical - parts are anatomically named and tossed on the page as if the author had a list of them to get through.

In short, this book left me wanting more, especially in terms of plot.

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