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Married for Amaris Heir

Maisey Yates ó 4 Free read

Her virginity should have covered Charity's debt but her one white hot night with the enigmatic Italian has unexpected conseuencesAnd be his wifeDetermined her baby will have a bet. Very passionate love story I love how broken this author's heroes and heroines are I love how at chapter one heroine steals hero's money and at the end she has stolen his heart And I know I often say MY doesn't write good epilogues but oh my god this epilogue was beyond dreamy and heartwarming

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She will share his bedIt may have been Charity Wyatt's father who stole from mogul Rocco Amari but it's Charity who will pay the price of Rocco's vengeanceCarry his heirRelinuishing. I usually am a huge fan of this author's booksshe has some dark and compelling herosbut sadlythis book just did not do it for meIt may have been how this couple initially hooked upbut I really did not feel the lovelust yesbut not the loveHoweverthe epilogue was great

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Ter childhood than she did Charity asks Rocco for financial help But Rocco has bigger plans in mind to legitimize his heir by making Charity his wife When one night leads to pregnan. I hated this book the characters ruined it for me and neither of them were particularly redeemable In any other book the h would have been a straight up OW villain despite being a virgin In fact she's probably at the age where she can be bumped off and the H can pull a younger model for his future wife who'd provably be a British nanny type or a secret sister She's an out and out con womanThe H isn't much better but I think he actually needs counselling for PTSD due to his childhood He also did s pretty good grovel Didn't even enjoy the eually horrible Leon from Carides Forgotten Wife popping up either Maybe he should have pulled this horrible h they deserve each other Someone please pass the brain bleachAlso the h has curly hair we are told at least 74 times the cover does not show that


About the Author: Maisey Yates

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit In 2009 at the age of twenty three Maisey sold her first book Since then



10 thoughts on “Married for Amaris Heir

  1. says:

    Wow I loved this book Yates has always been a writer that struck me as having a lot of promise I feel she nailed it far and away with this book She has a written a romance between a Very Bad Man and a Hero Who Isn't a Good Girl Oh she's a virgin but that doesn't make her a good girl I like that she flipped that around where virginity doesn't euate with innocence I love when the heroine is a virgin but I don't think that having a V card makes a woman worthy So yay to Ms Yates for how she wrote this book with Charity showing some traits that make her less likely to ualify as a Disney Princess Having said that she's perfectly sympathetic Her father was a con artist who raised her with his morals which are very gray She always knew deep down that something wasn't right about that life But she didn't have access to another way of life to establish an alternate or better since of right and wrong so she could reject her father when he comes back and gets her help in pulling a con on Amari When he runs off he leaves her holding the bag and dealing with a coldly vengeful Amari who doesn't take kindly to anyone stealing what belongs to him I loved how Yates sensitively depicts Charity's character evolution and identity crisis It was excellent writingOh my goodness I loved that it's pretty obvious that Charity is biracial if not racially mixed Kudos again It's nice to see brown skin as an object of beauty in a mainstream romance that isn't slated just for a multicultural audienceRocco Amari is a Class A villainous hero In his own way his morals are as flawed as Charity His treatment of her is on par with an Anne Stuart hero He is fearlessly cutthroat with Charity but in a way that shows he's not as cold and lacking in feelings towards her as he would like From the beginning something about her gets beneath his armor and he can't dismiss her or deal with her in the way he would typically deal with his enemies The reader gets a bird's eye view of this hero falling like a ton of bricks for his heroine even though he can't allow himself to accept it Amari also goes to an evolution He realizes that Charity is not a possession but a flesh and blood woman who he has to love in a deeper selfless way and not like an expensive acuisition Oh my goodness some of his dialogue is priceless Yates shows that she is a modern writer in how these characters express themselves I've never heard a hero use some of the terms that Rocco does in this line beforeI could probably go on and on about how much I loved this book but I won't I like how Yates plays around with tried and true motifs in this line and breathes new life in them I normally don't like the mistress storyline at all The relationship between Amari and Charity doesn't feel like a rich man mistress scenario and while Amari seems to hold all the power it's clear that he's eually vulnerable to Charity I appreciate that very much I definitely recommend this book to readers who either are Harleuin Presents fans or modern romance fans who like the billionaire hero or even Anne Stuart villain heroes motif


  2. says:

    I usually am a huge fan of this author's booksshe has some dark and compelling herosbut sadlythis book just did not do it for meIt may have been how this couple initially hooked upbut I really did not feel the lovelust yesbut not the loveHoweverthe epilogue was great


  3. says:

    I haven't read much by Yates I tend to prefer the old school authors I liked this Particularly the first half The hero was deliciously dastardly and gloriously offensive with a cherry on top Okay IRL anyone demanding they give you oral sex is wrong even if they are super hot and super good at it In fantasy HP land it's hot If I wasn't married I'd find a hot HP tycoon to steal from if that's their idea of revenge ; I appreciated some of the heroine's snarky humor Don't mind him he was raised by wolves They did a terrible jobBut for me I felt hit over the head a bit with all the demons of the couple's past I get that the heroine put on a lot of masks in her life and felt she had no identity of her own hence problems connecting I get that the hero lost everything at 5 and was obsessed with possessions because of it hence problems connecting I don't need to be told this 1000 times It was rather poignant at first but by the end I felt battered by those themes and all the internal dialogue


  4. says:

    Very passionate love story I love how broken this author's heroes and heroines are I love how at chapter one heroine steals hero's money and at the end she has stolen his heart And I know I often say MY doesn't write good epilogues but oh my god this epilogue was beyond dreamy and heartwarming


  5. says:

    Married for Amari's Heir is why I read HPs The story is about two flawed people falling in love What I liked the hero is badass egdey not perfect and fights his feelings for the heroine The heroine flawed but likeable a con woman who meets her match with the heroThe ending oh myperfect Hero gets down on one knee to proposeone doesn't see that often Oh and the epilogue dreamy


  6. says:

    A nice little caper pitting a not so innocent con artist and the broody Italian millionaire she makes the mistake of making her mark Their beginning was really rough with the H being a big fat jerk almost to the point of no return It helped that she was no wallflower herself and went toe to toe with him at every turn Though they of course eventually get the lovey doveys because hey this is a harleuin after all I don't know if I really bought the transition from enemy to lovers all that much Also there was a bit too much repetition with the themes and with the dialogue between the two Still overall a nice uick read


  7. says:

    Review posted on Got Fiction? book blogThis isn’t my usual fare but I like Maisey Yates’ voice and this had an alphahole hero who tbh is something I likeCharity is the daughter of a conman and she’s trying to go straight but she’s not exactly innocent She’s worked many a con with her dad and has been since she was born But she wanted out At 22 she’s a waitress and doing just fine except dad conned her into doing just one job then left her to deal with the fall outThis time they stole from the wrong manNo one steals from Rocco Amari and he plans on either getting his money back or getting his pound of flesh The conman’s daughter isn’t hard to find and he plans on using her And he does use her but he doesn’t count on the fact that he ends upliking herSeveral months after their encounter Rocco finds Charity in his office and she’s telling him that she’s carrying his child What follows is a bargain where he pays for her prenatal care and he’ll give her child support but he never wants to see or hear from her or their child againAll that changes when memories of his lonely childhood in foster care assail him tugging on a conscience he refuses to acknowledge So his solution is that they will live together so that the child can have a good upbringing with parents who live in the same house nevermind that he and Charity don’t get along They get on well in the bedroom and that’s all that mattersBut they start to get to know each other and of course they fall in love but the biggest problem is that neither one of them knows how to loveWith a baby on the way how can they live like this? It seems they both have some growing up to doIn the end I liked Rocco and and I like how Charity wasn’t just a doormat victim She really did steal from him so he’s not wrong to want to exact his revenge She’s got a temper and she’s likeable and the two of them worked wellIt was a uick enjoyable romance between a reformed thief and a bossy alpha male and I liked it If you don’t mind your alphas a little on the alphahole side then you’ll love this oneARC courtesy of Harleuin


  8. says:

    I hated this book the characters ruined it for me and neither of them were particularly redeemable In any other book the h would have been a straight up OW villain despite being a virgin In fact she's probably at the age where she can be bumped off and the H can pull a younger model for his future wife who'd provably be a British nanny type or a secret sister She's an out and out con womanThe H isn't much better but I think he actually needs counselling for PTSD due to his childhood He also did s pretty good grovel Didn't even enjoy the eually horrible Leon from Carides Forgotten Wife popping up either Maybe he should have pulled this horrible h they deserve each other Someone please pass the brain bleachAlso the h has curly hair we are told at least 74 times the cover does not show that


  9. says:

    Our local library bought a bunch of these One Night With Conseuences Series and so I'm reading them because I want to support HP line but yeah haven't been feeling the love I really didn't like either character The heroine was a thief with daddy issues and the hero was another man child with abandonment issues who thought the best revenge for stealing was making the heroine beg for sex and then not going through with it Of course he does go through with it and now heroine is pregnant And the rest well it's sex scenes re living events from early childhood dress shopping and discussing if either one of them understand morality or who they really are deep down Yikes Two unreliable narrators I would have given this one star but the author did a great job with the epilogue which takes place 15 years later I needed to see that far into the future because these two mixed up kids needed a lot of time to grow up


  10. says:

    Danielle the Book Huntress’s review set me on the course to this book I loved her review and knew I had to read this one Read Danielle The Book Huntress Back to the Books's 5 star review of Married for Amari's Heir by Maisey Yates thank her for that It was an amazingly big read Much different from most other HP’s becauseThe hero and heroine are both so flawedThe heroine is a person of colorThe dialogue is brilliantThe characters develop and grow before your eyes even when they really don’t want toYou can’t help loving both the h and HThe epilogue made the book perfectThanks Danielle for the awesome review And thanks to the author for this wonderful escape


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