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** Review ** A DEAL FOR THE DI SIONE RING Jennifer Hayward

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

** Review **  A DEAL FOR THE DI SIONE RING  Jennifer HaywardA Deal for the Di Sione Ring by Jennifer Hayward
Series: The Billionaire's Legacy
Published by Harlequin Presents on January 1, 2017
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"Marry me, sell me the ring and I will fly you out of here tonight."

Hotel magnate Nate Brunswick's faith in marriage was destroyed by his father. But in searching for the ring that his beloved grandfather has asked him to retrieve, the illegitimate Di Sione who hates weddings finds himself inconveniently engaged!

The alluring owner of the ring, Mina Mastrantino, can only pass it on once she's married. Quick vows and an even quicker annulment should be easy…but the exquisite impromptu wedding night gives them both far more than they planned!

As we continue on the Di Sione journey, Jennifer Hayward brings us Nate’s story!  We are drawn in immediately with the drama of the story, and it’s a quick read throughout because you don’t want to put it down.  A quickie wedding of convenience, an innocent bride, bruised hearts from past rejection  …  it’s a passionately sweet story!

When Nate Brunswick heads abroad in search of a beloved ring his grandfather wishes to have again, he walks into a drama he wasn’t expecting!  To get his hands on the ring, he will agree to a quickie wedding even though he’s expressed a plan to never engage in the fake dream of wedded bliss … after all, an annulment is right around the corner … right??

Mina Mastrantino has had her share of harsh reality in her life, but it hasn’t jaded her against the good in the world, and when Nate is in the right place at the right time to help her out of an unpleasant situation, she jumps at the chance to help his grandfather be reunited with his ring as well!  When plans are foiled and new ones must be hatched, will they find an arrangement that will work for both of them?  And along the way will hearts that are guarded start to melt?