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My Bought Virgin Wife - Mini ARC Review





She’s mine…

But will her innocence break all my rules?

I’ve never wanted anything like I want heiress Imogen Fitzalan. I married her to secure my empire—but my untouched wife has ignited an undeniable hunger in me. Desire beyond reason wasn’t my plan, yet now I have a new aim: to strip away her obedience, and replace it with a fierce passion to match my own…

Feel the heat in this intense marriage of convenience romance.






ARC Breakdown

This was almost a perfect little romance novel! So freaking close! If not for the end where he runs off and leaves her alone for a long time.... 

Anyway, Imogen Fitzalan has never fit in, with her family, or the high society that she'd forced into. Now she's being forced to marry a man she doesn't know. A man that had once wanted to marry her older half sister... yeah, sounds crazy right? Well, it's all cute. Javier was actually a really nice guy, I felt so badly for him, growing up the way he did and it makes sense as to why he acts the way he does. It fits him perfectly, even if I did want to shake him and tell him to just open up and not run! 

Overall, it's a sweet little novel that will have you smiling in the end. Thanks to NetGalley for this title in exchange for an honest review.


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