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“I Do (I Really Don’t)”: 20 Of The Best Arranged Marriage Books
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Women have always been subjected to rules about their appearance, behavior, relationships and more. Be nice. Don't be too assertive. Don't text someone first. Not in real life. Not in romance novels.
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The plot of arranged marriage books is one most romance readers have encountered at least once—more if you love historical romances—and it just never gets old. For the purpose of this list of arranged marriage books I tried to stick to a pretty specific definition of the arranged marriage as being: a marriage that has been arranged for the hero and heroine by secondary parties often for financial or political reasons , with or without their consent. Still, wherever possible I tried to stay true to the definition above! Who: Daisy Devereaux is in trouble. Alexander Markov works for a circus. How has he tangled Alex up in this arrangement? Neither of them can trust the other, but the marriage must stand.