Sicilian Husband, Blackmailed Bride by Kate Walker
Harlequin Presents
Contemporary Romance
ISBN: 978-0-373-12622-4
Reviewed by Talia Ricci



Months ago Amber Wellesley married Guido Corsentino after a whirlwind week of romance during which the two were inseparable.  Amber knew she was marrying the man of her dreams and couldn’t wait for them to start their new lives together. 

Months later Amber finds herself once more standing in front of the altar.  This time she is marrying a man of her family’s choosing for the benefits he would bring to the marriage as well as the prestige it will bring them to have such an influential and high standing son–in-law.   The marriage ceremony doesn’t go as planned because the one man she thought she was no longer married to is now standing in the church proclaiming differently.  It seems the lowly photographer she fell in love with is anything but penniless.

In typical Harlequin Presents style, Kate Walker has penned a romantic tale of burning desire and tempestuous love.  Guido wanted Amber from the first moment he saw her and those feelings were reciprocated.  I found myself wincing from Guido’s forcefulness but then a moment later his feelings for Amber would be tender and poignant.  Amber’s despair at being in love with him and feeling as if he didn’t care made me upset more than once. 

Sicilian Husband, Blackmailed Bride had me hook, line, and sinker.  Just call me a fool for love because I couldn’t put this book down!


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