Saturday, July 16, 2016
When A Marquis Chooses A Bride by Ella Quinn
Dom knows how to make an entrance, and for someone who doesn't apologize a whole lot he knows how to do it right, "suddenly, the door crashed against the wall. Holding a bouquet of red roses, Dom strode into the room, grabbed her hand, and tugged her to him. How dare he presume . . . “I told—” His lips crushed hers as he wrapped one strong arm around her waist tugging her against him." Dom is like a woman at times, the man can be dramatic, "he flopped back against the pillows. “Go then. Before I start something that will make you late.” I really liked Dom, I liked this book.