Arranged To Love

Arranged To Love All her life Madhuri Singh has been sure she ll make an arranged marriage with an Indian man But when the opportunity arrives at the same time that a past lover returns to her life Maddie finds hers

  • Title: Arranged To Love
  • Author: Elizabeth Dunk
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 470
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • All her life, Madhuri Singh has been sure she ll make an arranged marriage with an Indian man But when the opportunity arrives at the same time that a past lover returns to her life, Maddie finds herself torn between her culture and her desire.All his life, Jack Faulkner has been obsessed with being the one his father chooses to take over the reins of Faulkner PublicationAll her life, Madhuri Singh has been sure she ll make an arranged marriage with an Indian man But when the opportunity arrives at the same time that a past lover returns to her life, Maddie finds herself torn between her culture and her desire.All his life, Jack Faulkner has been obsessed with being the one his father chooses to take over the reins of Faulkner Publications When it seems it s finally within his grasp, he finds himself face to face with the one woman who can make him forget everything.What will win out the dreams they ve always held for their futures, or the passion that even after seven years apart cannot be contained Will they remain blinded to the truth that they will only be happy if they can be together

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    1. "Arranged to Love" is a delight. Maddie, the heroine, is a fantastic example of a woman who knows who she is. It's really nice to have a heroine who respects herself and those around her.Jack is just as appealing. Strong, honest and credibly imperfect.Family is an issue through out the book, and those tangled relationships are portrayed well and explored just enough to support the main romance.The cross-cultural element of the story felt authentic. It wasn't window dressing for the story, but in [...]

    2. Madhuri (Maddie) Singh has just started out in journalism when she falls for Jack Faulkner, the probable heir of the largest publishing company in Australia, Faulkner Publications. Working hard to pay back the dowry she spent on her studies, Maddie has always planned to marry an Indian man and for her prospective husband to be chosen by her parents. It’s clear that this is not a ‘forced’ marriage but one that is ‘arranged’ and Maddie respects and values her Indian heritage and traditio [...]

    3. This is a great romance! Elizabeth Dunk has created two genuinely likeable and just messed-up enough characters to delight and entertain. There's undeniable chemistry between the two of them and quite a bit of spice too. I loved the Australian and Indian settings and the challenges inter-cultural relationships bring to lovers trying to satisfy their culture/parents and navigate and negotiate the minefield that is 21st century romance.Recommended!

    4. This book is a great. I like how the main character, Madhuri or Maddie fights to straddle two worlds and keep a balance. Ms. Dunk did a great job at keeping the story moving and interesting. I just wish there had been more retribution to those who did Maddie and Jake wrong. I look forward to reading more by Ms. Dunk.

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