Ok so I have just read the book “A perfect marriage” by Laurey Bright and I just had to write a review on it (you shall see why as you read on). A Perfect Marriage By Laurey Bright – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Broken VowsTo their friends, family and neighbors, Celine and Max Archer had a perfect marriage. Only the Archers knew they’d never been in.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. He did however seem to always be able to tell Celine how much he loved Kate and even something about his sex life, including the fact that Kate had given him her much valued virginity. When an unexpected encounter with Max leaves her pregnant, Celine pulls herself together and starts to build a new life for herself and the child she has always wanted.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. For goodness’ sake how many times do middle-aged men have to be warned about their endless attraction to ambitious, independent women decades their junior? But it is a good story, tho with a bit of a more conservative mind set, mostly tho I believed the HEA and was rooting for both of them by the end and still do so many years later.

One thing she did know: Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Just not worth it.

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Max is by no means a shallow or selfish Hero. May 03, Fre06 Begum rated it did not like it Shelves: Petfect does anyone find that whole scenario twisted and stupid?

I think it was the best classic novel I read so far Well I despise Max. Until Max broke the bargain—by wanting more.

A Perfect Marriage by Laurey Bright

She is entirely too much in her head. I hated this book. The other woman in question, isn’t a villainess. Jun 25, Naksed marked it as reviews-say-no Shelves: Having read some such similar stories you realize it is how the author moves the story along after the betrayal and how the wife decides to deal marriaeg it, which makes the difference to a reader.

A Perfect Marriage

Please follow the detailed Help center instructions to transfer the files to supported eReaders. Oct 04, Alexis-Morgan Roark rated it did not like it. This is a book of new beginnings, second chances and true love. I completely agree with everything you have mentioned.

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But she was in big trouble, and she had nobody to turn to but a man who was too damn handsome for her own good—a long, lean Texan with a lazy smile, and strangely haunted eyes. From the point on the things just go from bad to worse, through the whole ordeal Celine spends her time pining after Max and begging him to come back, while he spends his time stringing both the wife and mistress along.

Then she glimpses Ross as he used to be: Blackmailed into the Marriage Bed. Even though this is a 5 star read, there were a few messages the author delivered that I found I didn’t like.


But if the relationship is going great, you both feel the love, then having your cake and eating it too is just selfish and demands strong consequences. I could go on about other outrages, oerfect this book had LOADS of them, not least of which the heroine’s pining, pathetic, I-just-want-you-back behavior, but whatever. Max acknowledges that he probably won’t love Celine as deeply and passionately as he had his now dead fiancee.

Only the Archers knew they’d never been in love, and that nights of passion were few and far between.

She had never forgiven him. View all 9 comments. He was moving out perfext next day. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

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It was too matter of fact. His actions show no regret or payment for it, only self-confidence that he can apologise once and with clever words ease what he did to Kate and that a little wooing would earn him back his wife. You ever do that thing where you see reviews that are all saying Do Not Read This Book and describe all these things that you hate and are guaranteed to make you angry and sickened and furious, and you go, Hmm I think I’ll read this book?