No one had ever looked at her and seen perfection—until now. Delicate, titian- haired Theresa Noble has met her father’s associates in the past, but the. 7 Aug I found a line that resonated with me: “she was just his temporary and unwanted wife” and then vacillated between “temporary” and “unwanted”. All Alessandro de Lucci wants from his wife is a son but after a year and a half Author: Natasha Anders; Category: Romance, Young Adult; Series: Unwanted.
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That is just too freaking long of a time for a man to be having sex with his wife and view spoiler [ afterward, running to the shower to wipe off their lovemaking and avoiding any and all holding her hide spoiler ].
My problem with this book lies with Theresa, however. I’ve read this book countless times, and it still holds up! In the beginning I was rooting for her and really admired how she started standing up for herself and becoming strong. She loved him from the beginning?
Even when it became obvious to her friends and family that Sandro was genuine, she pushed and pushed.
The Unwanted Wife (Unwanted, #1) by Natasha Anders
You have never been my husband. Oct 09, Kristen rated it really liked it Recommended to Kristen by: And even though he spent the mass majority of the wjfe trying to win back his wife’s heart and trust I really wofe think the author could change my mind about him—he was such an ass to the heroine at the beginning of their story—but the author did her job and created one of the most contrite, repentant, and redeemable heroes I’ve read to date.
Recently I’ve been struggling with what to read. I keep having these thoughts in my head of…. Al I read this story for the first time back in I wish the book added about pages and gave us more time with the couple in the early “bad days” when their marriage was just a farce.
The Unwanted Wife (Unwanted #1)
After a year and a half, Theresa is fed up with her miserable, unhappy marriage and asks for divorce and surprise, surprise, Sandro won’t give it to her.
I actually loved that part more than the turnaround and ending, but I’m still a happy camper right now.
View all 14 comments. Oh no no no, Alessandro has a goal that must be fulfilled before he grants her that, she must first give him a son. I stumbled on this book by pure chance. View all 4 comments. He was downright cruel and wifd once did he show remorse. I loved the character development and having my ideal Hero and Heroine characters. After a year and a half, Theresa is fed up with her miserable, unhappy marriag Oh, this one was high on the angst and I loved it!
Once I picked this up, I had a hard time putting it down.
That I wanted our marriage to last forever. I had put this off for a while now, and I’m not really sure why. They were perfect for each other. First off, the story. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Once I was into it I couldn’t put it down and it w Normally this would have been a 4 star book for me but considering the fact that I was in a book slump and pretty bored while reading a novel I’ve been waiting for a long time but it totally bored me Once I was into it I couldn’t put it down and it was totally worth it: I’m not going to go into a long description of everything that happened between them in their story. So, here it goes. I now have myself an author who I am eagerly anticipating future books from.
Finished this in one sitting. This was quite a heartbreaking and emotional story and I was totally drawn into the story. And I loved it!!!
See all 13 questions about The Unwanted Wife…. I loved both Alessandro and Theresa. Then come tell us about it on Goodreads! But she got really annoying the rest of the book. I just couldn’t put it down.
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Let me tell you, the first half of this book was difficult to read. Oh, have I mentioned that I loved the settings in the story??? The fact that she welcomed that pitiful excuse, lessened her somewhat.