The Marriage Merger

  • by Jennifer Probst
  • Narrated by Madeleine Maby
  • 10 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Her sisters have found wedded bliss with their wealthy, wonderful dream men, but not Julietta Conte. She's stayed on terra firma as top executive of the family's corporation, La Dolce Famiglia bakery. Work is her passion, and her trendy Milan apartment her sanctuary...until Sawyer Wells, a masculine masterpiece in a suit, lures her out of hiding with an irresistible offer: an exclusive partnership with his international chain of boutique hotels.
Julietta's been burned before - and trusting her brother-in-law's friend, whose powerful gaze alone has her rethinking the best use of a conference room, is the riskiest proposition. But with a once-in-a-career chance to take the bakery global, will she mix stone-cold business with red-hot seduction?


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Customer Reviews

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Not as enjoyable as earlier books in series ...

But still an enjoyable read. The characters weren't as interesting as those in earlier books. I hate when I read a book that continually hint's at the hero's demons and then when they are finally revealed, they are anticlimactic. If the hero is going to be angst ridden for 3/4 of the book, there better be a damn good reason behind it when it is ultimately revealed.

But the author is a skilled writer. She moves the plot along briskly, she reminds you why you liked the returning characters that were introduced in previous books and even though the books are light on the realistic interpretation of the locale, she writes well enough that is forgiven.

Like the earlier books in the series, this is a quick fun read. The author's skill continues to be apparent and I still believe that with the right material she could be a seriously good author.

Narration is great. I don't fault the narrator that there was little to point the reader to the fact that the story took place in Italy and most of the characters were Italian. The author doesn't seem to acknowledge this in the writing.
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- Lulu "I ignore genre labels. Some of my favorite books are outside my genre comfort zone. Listening to audiobooks is still reading. Not theater."

Good listen but nothing special

Any additional comments?

This is a typical book. It's a good read but much like a cookie cutter... nothing special and predictable. I like that the character belonged to a big family that everyone has each other's back. I like that characters from previous book make appearance in this book. Is it worth a credit, maybe if you're desperate for something to listen to while on a long trip.

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- Tweetyct2

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-30-2013
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio