The Bride Who Wouldn't - Carol Marinelli

The Bride Who Wouldn't

By Carol Marinelli

  • Release Date: 2014-06-17
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 225 Ratings


A romantic honeymoon in Paris, with a sexy billionaire Russian groom…. 

There are only two problems. It’s a marriage of convenience. And, the virgin bride is frigid. 

Kate Edwards has never embraced her sensuality, is terrified of intimacy, and the wedding night is a disaster. Instead of calling the whole thing off, Isaak Zaretsky listens to her and challenges her using his unashamedly sensual nature and superb bedroom skills. But can Kate really give herself without love?


  • Loved it..

    By SouthTxgirl77
    Story was the author’s style.
  • Amazing

    By kemisharon
    The story is incomplete, there are so many things that are meant to be revealed by the both characters and also how he was able to gave his dad on his death bed etc...
  • The bride who couldn’t

    By SouthernLadyGram
    Nice story. Wove in how past actions of others affect person today. And persons today affect a person.
  • Good but way too short

    By 11tms69
    Both stories were really good but they were too short. I loved the personality of the characters and think of so much more they could have experienced.
  • Sexy

    By Polockswife
  • Confusing

    By 1Alannah
    The Bride Who Wouldn't rated a four star as it held my interest and was an enjoyable novella. The bonus novella The Courage of Eli Jackson was hard to read as I am not at all versed in gaming language. This I rate two stairs.
  • Great book

    By Cassss56
    Love it
  • Just an Ok book.

    By ClaudiaS1234
    I found an error on the first page… Sadly, that was not the end of it. There were manye errors throughout the book. The story itself had potential, but I felt like the female character gave in too quickly in the story. She starts out as saying she won’t have an arranged marriage, and then she says she won’t sleep with him. (SPOILER) she gives in to everyting very quickly. The story also wasn’t very long so that’s probably why it moved so fast. However, the main male lead also didn’t want the marriag eand out of nowhere he decides he does. He insists its for only 1 year, but within 4 days everything changes. A bit too rushed !
  • The Bride Who Wouldn't

    By Karmicsamadi86
    I found the overall story to be lovely. I'm a fan of stories where characters fall in love after they marry so this was a perfect read for me. My only issue and perhaps because English is not my first language, was that I found some of the sentence syntax's to be awkward and a bit confusing. Also, sometimes the flow of events was stilted and I was unsure of how one thing led to another. Like I said however, it is a good read, these were just issues that I happen to note. I'm assuming that they are merely errors from the draft that the editor simply overlooked.
  • The Bride Who Would'nt

    By Elizabeth 3814
    Yes I had to finish this book once I started. It was well written and her scenes were described to keep you reading.