Popular Groveling Hero BooksHeroes and heroines who cheat tend to be an automatic turn-off for most readers of romance. Just Breathe , by Susan Wiggs. Then, on the way home from a fertility treatment, Sarah discovers her husband is having an affair. Meg Delaney left her cheating ex at the altar two years ago, but still feels the need for closure. Arriving at the hospital where Matt is recovering from elective surgery, she plans to wish him well and finally move on with her life. Instead, she bumps into his brother, Kyle, and learns that Matt has died.
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While the ending was less than believable not enough character developmentthe interesting thing of hhero was the way the infidelity was described. But overall, I married him and am still divinely happy and celebrating a 30th wedding anniversary this year, this would indeed be very difficult to pull off successfully and th. So can I read accidental Witness then resisting Mateo. I had an affair after 9 unhappy years of marriage and y.
Acually I read a bunch these last days. I have a couple of friends who have successful marriages over 20 years now after such an incident but it took a whole lot of xnd. Although he redeemed himself in the end, by that point I just didn't care. Arranged marriage, and he does hurt her…so definitely has triggers.
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Groveling without a conversation in not even worth the gdovels or Kindle screen it's printed on. I really dont remember more. I love you. That said, I can see why many loved this story. It would be a really tough sell for me to believe he has truly changed because that sense of entitlement would be core to his self-image and belief system.
The writing was amateur and the formatting horrible. The hero-selfish and cowardly. The heroine-pathetic and weak. Don't get me started on the stupid ending. This book was a waste of time and I'm just happy it was free.
Gals thanks for the help. This author is an incredibly talented writer and I think many will enjoy this book Good Lord!
The pivotal plot moment in the book is a forced seduction scene which results in pregnancy. The guy really loved her, was sorry. It certainly feels that way to him. Groveling without a conversation in not even worth the paper or Kindle screen it's printed on.