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This marriage was supposed to be another business deal. My latest investment, a means to an end… I need an heir. Which means I want her belly swollen with my child before the year is out.

She was supposed to be my perfect little bride. Quiet. Uncomplicated. Unemotional.

I didn’t foresee the stunning firecracker who tumbled into my life and woke things in me I thought were long dead. I didn’t count on her turning my world upside down.

And I definitely didn’t plan on falling for this beauty.

This marriage was supposed to be my sacrifice. A way to save my father, a means to an end… I need to remain childless. So I can exit the contract at the end of the year.

He was supposed to be a boring old man. Distant. Uncomplicated. Passionless.

I didn’t foresee the rude, arrogant and beautiful brute who made my body react like fire and smoke. I didn’t count on there being more underneath his gruff exterior.

And I’m definitely not supposed to fall in love with the beast.

This is a NEW story using old characters from the unpublished novel, Girl Wife Prisoner. This version has no Keir, no cheating and a Happily Ever After. Although this book is part of a series, it is a standalone novel.


“You’re only his wife for one year.”

WOW! I started off hating Drake, I felt bad for Noriko, then I disliked both of them, then I LOVED HIM! I don’t remember reading a book before where I off the bat I thought the main male character was such an asswhole and then fell in love with him. I went through so many different emotions regarding these two characters.

Drake was not the typical perfect rich hero, he’s rude, arrogant, demanding, but inside he is hurt, broken and cursed by his past. He’s unsure of how to love his wife; he tries to buy her love and protect her but in doing so he makes her feel trapped and suffocated. He wanted and needed her to love him.

“You attitude will determine whether your life here is heaven or hell. I suggest you rethink it.”

Noriko is paid to become his bride. She does this in order to help her sick father, promising to return home in a year. She had no intention of remaining Drake’s wife past a year or giving him a child. She was not what Drake had expected, she was not the demure, obliging bride. She was outspoken, stood up to him, and was sarcastic. She missed her family, felt lost and very alone. She had her secret and in the end betrayed him horribly.

“You might have bought this body, Mr. Blackwell, but I will never be yours.”

Their passionate, complicated and complex love story was so well written. The characters are fully developed and their relationship powerful. I definitely got emotional reading this one. It was supposed to be an arranged loveless marriage, but they find it quite the opposite. As they come to acknowledge to themselves how they feel, they avoid telling the other and not communicating. Their Happily Ever After comes but after hurts, betrayals, beastly behaviors, and separation. An emotional, passionate love story. Well Done!




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Meet Author Sienna Blake

Sienna Blake is a storyteller & ink slinger, word spinner of love stories with grit, and alter ego of a USA Today Bestselling Author.

She loves all things that make her heart race — roller coasters, thrillers and rowdy unrestrained sex. She likes to explore the darker side of human nature in her writing.

If she told you who she really was, she’d have to kill you. Because of her passion for crime and forensics, she’d totally get away with your murder.

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