Thursday, 3 August 2017

Review: The Marriage Paradox by Noelle Greene 5 of 5 stars

The Marriage Paradox The Marriage Paradox by Noelle Greene
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Olivia Munro is currently a legal attache but is also working hard to get her father released from a detention centre. However after she throws caution to the wind and has a fling with a guy called Ian her career seems to be destroyed. She then has to go on a road trip to try and save her father which involves a marriage of convenience to Australian Markus who is on the same road trip even though he had previously deceived her. Markus is suffering with a premonition that he will die at some time in the near future which affects some of his decisions but he is also very loyal and Olivia is soon captivated by him. Love is an unexpected surprise for them both. They end up caught between an authoritarian ruling regime and corruption in a casino. Can they play everything right or will they end up dead and ripped apart?

This story was a little slow to build up as it was laying out the story but eventually became a dramatic story with lots of twists, turns, surprises and passion. I loved the surprises in the story which hit you in such a way that there was no way you expected them. It was a story of love, passion and how love really can conquer all if you give it a chance no matter what is going on around you. Definitely worth sticking with it through the slow start.

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