Turamar You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. The content was pretty typical Harlequin romance. The wrought-iron gates that partitioned the massive mansion from the birthrigt of the world looked impenetrable. Mistake at the fertility clinic. An Accidental Birthright by Maisey Yates ebook. Hard eyes, dark and fathomless, framed by a fringe of thick eyelashes, stared down at her.
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Maisey Yates takes the royal and sperm-bank mix-up themes and combines them in a very satisfactory manner with An Accidental Birthright. He was a nice guy. Although he was born royal, he had a huge work ethic and really cared about his country and his people. I liked that he never disrespected Alison. He showed her a lot of consideration, Maisey Yates takes the royal and sperm-bank mix-up themes and combines them in a very satisfactory manner with An Accidental Birthright. He showed her a lot of consideration, and was quite long-suffering with her issues.
She tended to hold onto her fears of commitment a bit too much, and it was almost frustrating for me to see her be so dogmatic about her determination not to be involved. I did like Alison a lot. She was a strong woman who set a plan in motion for her life, and stuck to it, even through the hardships she faced.
Yates has a clear, modern, unique writing style, but she gives the reader of HPs what is classic and desired in this line of books, at the same time. I thought it was very cowardly of her to want a celibate marriage in which her husband would be given the go-ahead to cheat on her. I could understand her fears, but I wish she had not taken so long to give herself the opportunity to be loved as a woman after so many years of loneliness with a really good guy like Max.
I can understand him feeling wounded by his last marriage, but he was given a gift of a child, and a good woman to love and to marry. I felt that he should have been a little braver about taking that chance for a happy future. Other than the overlong angst and waffling of the characters, I really enjoyed reading this love story.
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