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Stolen for the Spaniard’s inheritance…

Will her innocence be his undoing?

To notoriously ruthless Diego Navarro, kidnapping and marrying his brother’s shy fiancée seems a perfectly sensible way to secure his inheritance! Yet when Liliana Hart willingly goes with him Diego’s reluctantly intrigued… Though the heat of their marriage bed is scorching, it’s the intensity of their connection that pushes Diego to the edge. But is it powerful enough to redeem this dark-hearted billionaire?

Love the newish style of Mills and Boon Modern Collection

Rating By suzanne ,10/01/2019

What I particularly like about the Mills and Boon Modern collection is that the newish style of covers all look nearly the same, but with many different stories. I wouldn't want anyone who has never read a Modern book by Mils and Boon to think that all the stories are the same because they are not. Each author brings there own voice to the characters. Here in The Spaniard's Stolen Bride, we have a bad character named Diego Navarro and I for one love reading about a bad man. I despised his unruly behaviour. Diego was bad from a young boy, breaking his toys, he even burned down his fathers shop. I wondered as reading on just how bad can Diego Navarro get. Well he will do anything to get his own way even kidnapping Liliana Hart, why he kidnapped Liliana is something I'm not going to tell you. Maisey Yates is one of my favourite authors and I would love all you readers to explore some of her titles of books.

The Spaniard’s Stolen Bride, 5 Stars 🌟

Rating By Clare,14/01/2019

Liliana Hart has spent her life trying to be the perfect daughter, as she feels she owes it to her father for surviving her mother's passing in childbirth; which is why she has agreed to marry Matias, a man who has his own agenda and whom her father wishes to do business with. However, since her first meeting with Diego (Matias's brother), they have shared an intense unbreakable bond. Diego Navarro believes there is a darkness inside him, that he is not a good man, he is selfish and vain and lives by his own rules, that is until he meets Liliana; something about her innocence and light draws him in, but Liliana is getting married to Diego's Brother, Matias! Diego's solution, kidnap Liliana, however to his surprise Liliana comes willingly. Can Liliana show Diego that the intense bond between them is strong enough to chase away the darkness and they can live a deserved HEA! The Spaniard's Stolen Bride is the follow up to Matias's and Camilla's story, The Spaniard's Untouched Bride; although you can read each book as a standalone in their own right, for the maximum benefit I recommend reading Matias story first. Having read book one, I was really looking forward to Diego and Liliana’s story and I am pleased to say Ms Maisey Yates doesn’t disappoint. Once again Ms Maisey Yates has written another outstanding story and I would highly recommend both this series and Ms Maisey Yates books in general. I received my copy from Netgalley and Mills and Boon via Mills and Boon Insiders, but this does not influence my opinions as all opinions are my own.

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