Compromised into a Scandalous Marriage by Lydia San Andres

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Compromised Into a Scandalous Marriage

Compromised into a Scandalous Marriage
by Lydia San Andres
Pub Date – 7/26/22- Out Now!
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Reading this in the foreword is my favorite thing to hear. I love hearing the inspirations for stories.

“Not too long ago, while perusing 19th-century documents in the Dominican Republic’s national archives, I came across a fascinating account of a man who had been forced to sign a marriage contract under the threat of imprisonment…this kernel became the basis for Sebastian and Paulina’s story.”

Never have I ever encountered such a despicable character as Antonio, Paulina’s brother. He is very controlling of her which is the times but makes every single decision for her and treats her as his housekeeper. Then she speaks to some man and he schemes to force them together. The way he does it, jeez. 

Though these two didn’t have the best start and Sebastian thought she colluded with her brother to entrap him. Once he realized she was just as much victim to his whims they started to get to know eachother without animosity.

Such a sweet romance if they could stay away from her brother. They became friends as she helped him to fix up his house that needs some updating.

❓ Are you good at fixing things?
I try to fix or mend things before I toss them.

About the book:
Escape to the Caribbean in this tension-filled compromised-into-marriage story!

When heiress Paulina Despradel is banished from the family quinta in a storm, she seeks shelter with her dashing new neighbor, Sebastian Linares. Their attraction may be as electrifying as the lightning outside, but the night they spend together is totally innocent. Barely more than strangers, they must now marry. But left alone with their simmering chemistry, can they build a true union from the ashes of scandal?

From Harlequin Historical: Your romantic escape to the past.

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Thank you harlequinbooks and netgalley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.

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