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Por la sinopsis, promet a L stima que la autora no alcanz a dar m s que unas p ginas antes de que la ilusi n se hiciera pedazos xD Mala escritura, mala trama, malos personajes sigh Como siempre digo, no me gusta dejar una lectura a la mitad comienzo, y si no me gusta, regreso a las horas o a los d as para ver si fue un mal momento m o y quiz s la situaci n mejora Este escrito no pas ese filtro y cada vez me aburri un poco m s No s identificar con precisi n qu estuvo mal, tampoco hab a que esperar demasiado, no me gust y no lo recomiendo. Well that was a whole lot of nothing Was there a child in this I couldn t tell because the leads were just mooning at each other Didn t like the story and the characters lacked all depth Skip my darling. Don t bother. This book was dreadful I should have put it down right from the get go, instead I pushed myself and finished it Ugh The scenes and dialogues are so cringe worthy and dramatic Nothing makes sense In one scene alone, Cheryl goes from hot to cold back to hot for Marco in like 1 short paragraph All the characters are so one dimensional, no real story development and it s worse than predictable.it s BORING We never get to find out just what happened in Cheryl s past with Nick Marco islike a rough but kind sweet uncle who tries to care for his nephew Cheryl is a complete mess with her lust for Marco but wanting to hide behind her nanny uniform cause of her past with Nick I feel like Marco and Cheryl are simply placed together by the author simply because why not despite the circumstances Cheryl is alone during a bad storm in a mansion looking after the poor nephew, and when the storm gets bad the hero Marco shows up to help clam Cheryl and set things right There was no witty exchanges between the two main characters Just lots of boring and cringe worthy and head shaking scenes And that ending.anti climatic much Seriously Cheryl, you think that is the way to go Ugh Save yourself the hassle and just give this book a HARD PASS This is a very tame story by an unambitious writer The characters have no personality, the situations are hackneyed and the descriptions are trite There has been no attempt at research and the details are therefore vague and implausible.This is a writer who is afraid to express herself My advice to her is, choose a new pen name, find a laptop you can use in bed, lock out any stray cats, flatmates, children, or husbands, put on some silk pyjamas, prop yourself up on masses of pillows and let rip You ll feel much better for it. I guess I had this on a no plans to read shelf, mostly from the meh reviews I didn t realize this when I started reading the book, though I was about 1 2 done when I came to GR to add it and saw it was already added to my bookshelf Oops I figured I might as well finish it and so I did Though, I admit, for the last 1 2 I did a lot of skimming The writing is a bit weird The narration, I mean How the author writes seems different than other Presents books It sort of seemed dated Like I m reading a Presents written in the 90s, not in 2008 I even checked to see if this was a reprint, LOL I don t now really how to describe it Also the dialog is a bit weird, how they talk to each other There are also a lot exclamation marks used I read a 90s Presents that was very similar in way Not really a fan of the dated style For being a nanny, she spends very little time with the child Also, I m not really getting where or how Marco is ruthless referring to the book s title He s a bit cold towards his nephew, but not cruel He doesn t act like an ass or overly alpha He s actually pretty accommodating, doesn t try to jump her bones right away and when he does, he s gentle and respectful and does things that are thoughtful and considerate though not at all times he did get go downhill a bit in the end, for the drama conflict of course So, the title doesn t really match, IMO The only ruthless part, possible could be the very end with the marriage plans, but that wasn t what I d consider ruthless.I kept getting the impression she might have been raped in the past by that Nick guy, but I m not totally sure She never plainly states what occurred in her past, just that Nick hurt her and she had a horrible past and such But she spent a lot of time asking Marco things like, would you really stop now if I asked you to before sex which made me think she was raped in the past and Nick didn t stop when she wanted him to Plus, I don t recall her being a virgin when they had sexso I m assuming she was raped Or felt forced into it I don t know, I wish there was a bitclarity Even though bimbo in Italian is used to refer to children according to my Googling , Marco calling Vettor bimbo and not bambino seemed weird to me, because of the common usage of bimbo to refer to women Seems the author is from the UK, so maybe it doesn t have the same stigma as it does in the US which reminded me of another Presents where the hero said the heroine was dressed like a tramp In the US that s basically calling her a whore But what the author really meant was like a poor person You d think they d check these things and come up with less problematic phrases before publishing. I thought it was a wonderful story but the writing itself is clumsy and distractingn for me so I don t think I got as much out of it as I could hacve it waspolished *DOWNLOAD BOOK ↸ The Ruthless Italians Inexperienced Wife ☉ Nanny Cheryl Lane Has Been Summoned To Tuscany By Billionaire Marco Rossi His Ruthless, Brooding Reputation Precedes Him Marco Has Hired Cheryl To Look After His Orphaned Nephew But Little Does He Realize That He Has Employed Such A Ripe Young Beauty She May Try To Hide Her Luscious Curves Beneath A Dowdy Uniform, But Marco S No FoolThe Desire To Unbutton The Prim Miss Lane Is So Tempting And He Never Could Resist A Challenge It s like this was Mad Libbed by non English speaker. Yuck Almost didn t finish Forced myself Didn t like the H or h Maybe it was the writing It s the first book I read by this author The dialogue between them was just weird.