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Actually nothing special Jarvis Cain was very annoying I am tired of all of these heroes who go to events, lunches, dinners, or to the houses of the PA ex girlfriend client whatever and then when the heroine gets insecure and questions them like Gina did to Jarvis, they get all upset and say Oh you should learn to trust because I hate spiteful jealous suspicious women off She was completely justified in her feelings He married her to get Eldorado, a house He fooled her and used her Actually nothing special Jarvis Cain was very annoying I am tired of all of these heroes who go to events, lunches, dinners, or to the houses of the PA ex girlfriend client whatever and then when the heroine gets insecure and questions them like Gina did to Jarvis, they get all upset and say Oh you should learn to trust because I hate spiteful jealous suspicious women off She was completely justified in her feelings He married her to get Eldorado, a house He fooled her and used her feelings He was dating Lilian Ulrich the OW before the marriage He never clarified for the better his relationship nor did he ever confirm they were done I am happy however that he took some measures to curb the OW s influence and also the way he openly ignored her But being caught with her 50 times out of 51 does make the h feel insecure and that is something to be addressed, not put off Gina adores Jarvis and she quickly accepts his marriage proposal But when she finds out his reasons for wanting this marriage she is heartbroken Does she love him enough to keep up the charade while knowing that he married her only to get his hands on Eldorado Can she go through with this marriage Super angsty story filled with passion, misunderstandings and intense emotion Heroine is warm, sweet and loving and hero is alpha but he is also a very decent, gentle and considerate man I liked h Gina adores Jarvis and she quickly accepts his marriage proposal But when she finds out his reasons for wanting this marriage she is heartbroken Does she love him enough to keep up the charade while knowing that he married her only to get his hands on Eldorado Can she go through with this marriage Super angsty story filled with passion, misunderstandings and intense emotion Heroine is warm, sweet and loving and hero is alpha but he is also a very decent, gentle and considerate man I liked how he treated the evil OW and it was obvious to me he was in love with Gina from day one I would have given it 5 stars but heroine s miscarriage kind of ruined the perfection of this book for me Somehow Gina felt threatenedHer rational mind told her she had no reason to fear Jarvis, yet something deep inside warned her of his powerGina had had a schoolgirl crush on Jarvis Now she was woman enough to know that she was being manipulated Her heart was torn between her caring godmother and her godmother s careless, arrogant sonThough disturbed and angered, Gina had to acknowledge the strong feelings he aroused in her But did Jarvis just want to acquire the Johannesburg property through her or did he really want her for herself This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here An ambitious title for a mediocre story The Eldorado of this piece is not the famed Inca City nor is this book some swashbuckling adventure in the jungle a la Romancing The Stone Rather, it is the name of a mansion filled with antique tchotkes that the hero can inherit only if he marries the woman his mother has chosen for him The big fat jerk who is decades older than the heroine proceeds to aggressively court her, counting on reviving her schoolgirl crush on him, and hoodwinking her into ma An ambitious title for a mediocre story The Eldorado of this piece is not the famed Inca City nor is this book some swashbuckling adventure in the jungle a la Romancing The Stone Rather, it is the name of a mansion filled with antique tchotkes that the hero can inherit only if he marries the woman his mother has chosen for him The big fat jerk who is decades older than the heroine proceeds to aggressively court her, counting on reviving her schoolgirl crush on him, and hoodwinking her into marriage without telling her of the clause in his mother s will When she finds out the trick he has played on her, she is heartbroken Nevertheless, she agrees to have a marriage in name only so the hero can inherit the house, free of conditions, then they can go on their separate ways once the one year time limit for their marriage runs out.Does the big fat jerk apologize, grovel, confesses he fell in love with her in the process of conning her, respect her wishes for a platonic marriage, or make any efforts to court her sincerely in order for the marriage of convenience to ultimately work Well, would he be a big fat jerk if he chose any of those options Naturally, he chooses instead to forcibly seduce her, all the way taunting her that her traitorous body speaks louder than her words.The heroine who started out feisty, smart and level headed, with a streak of wildness in her as she tames her beloved stallion Jupiter and gallops round the countryside, turns into a melting mush of goo when dealing with her husband and his mistress The evil OW keeps popping up like a bleached blonde Jack In The Box every time the heroine thinks she has made a little progress in her relationship with her husband.The hero s ultimate gesture of self sacrificing love in order to win back the heroine is tofile for divorce His logic he wants to show her he doesn t care about losing the Eldorado mansion any Oh yeah, remember that whole Eldorado deal eye roll Any comeuppance or setting down of the OW occurs off the page and it is VERY questionable at that whether the hero really put her off harshly since he wouldn t want to burn bridges with a wealthy, influential client My guess is that this and future OWs will always torture the heroine while the guy is off paying court to his true love, his career I guess I should be happy that the heroine is happy with her lot living in an old, dusty mansion and perhapsgalloping on her stallion C est la vie I didn t particularly like this one.somehow the fact that the hero set out to manipulate the heroine by making her fall in love with him didn t sit well with me..he set out to use heroines crush on him for a stupid house he didn t even redeem himself as it was the heroine who came crawling back to him.he didn t even make any effort in their marriage other than brooding or disappearing with the OW.I felt bad for the poor heroine.his love declaration at the end was too lame I didn t believe tha I didn t particularly like this one.somehow the fact that the hero set out to manipulate the heroine by making her fall in love with him didn t sit well with me..he set out to use heroines crush on him for a stupid house he didn t even redeem himself as it was the heroine who came crawling back to him.he didn t even make any effort in their marriage other than brooding or disappearing with the OW.I felt bad for the poor heroine.his love declaration at the end was too lame I didn t believe that he really loved the heroine as it took the heroine having a miscarriage and nearly dying for him to realise he cared for her what a swine this author doesn t work for me always..I hated this hero he was too cold and arrogant and the hero had to practically beg him to declare his love..not my idea of romance This woman had no pride This book is full of misunderstanding and the hero just wanted to use her which I really hated She was a great heroine expect for she did not clear up his misconceptions sooner also I could not see myself doing this marrying for those reasons are just stupid and I would have him tested before sleeping with him Seriously I did not like his attitude towards their physical relationship. She was too much self sacrificing for my taste Overall an enjoyable read The plot is good, characters are well developed, the OW is nasty enough to add a good amount of angst. 3.5 starsI first read this as a teenager years ago and became an instant Yvonne Whittal fan Her writing reminds me of Penny Jordan s which is a compliment in my eyes Strong passion, emotion and tension are all present in this Presents if that s what one likes, which I do A unique feature that makes Whittal s books stand out, in addition to the fine writing, is the setting of South Africa I have not read any other books with that locale Apartheid was still active during the time period in wh 3.5 starsI first read this as a teenager years ago and became an instant Yvonne Whittal fan Her writing reminds me of Penny Jordan s which is a compliment in my eyes Strong passion, emotion and tension are all present in this Presents if that s what one likes, which I do A unique feature that makes Whittal s books stand out, in addition to the fine writing, is the setting of South Africa I have not read any other books with that locale Apartheid was still active during the time period in which the story takes place, but I have never felt any prejudiced undertones in any of this author s books In order to inherit his family home, Eldorado, Hero must marry his mother s goddaughter The heroine, who has always had a crush on Jarvis, is wary, but he wins her over On the day of their wedding she overhears Jarvis talking about the will and that s where all the problems start There s an OW and lots of sex without words of love view spoiler There s also a pregnancy and a tumble down the stairs This only resolved when Jarvis files for divorce to show that his home doesn t mean as much In order to inherit his family home, Eldorado, Hero must marry his mother s goddaughter The heroine, who has always had a crush on Jarvis, is wary, but he wins her over On the day of their wedding she overhears Jarvis talking about the will and that s where all the problems start There s an OW and lots of sex without words of love view spoiler There s also a pregnancy and a tumble down the stairs This only resolved when Jarvis files for divorce to show that his home doesn t mean as much to him as Georgina does HEA hide spoiler This story is a vintage Yvonne Whittal The South African setting, the forceful alpha, the catty OW, the confused, yet spirited heroine If you like those elements, you ll like this book