Pregnancy of Passion
It was a year since their tempestuous affair had ended. So why was he back? Elisa trusted Salvatore di Vitale as far as she could throw him. And, as the wealthy Sicilian was over six feet tall, that wasn't very far.
Salvatore told Elisa he had come to protect her. And if their close proximity led to passion...and if passion should lead to pregnancy...all the better! Because...more
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All of Elisa’s life she just wanted to belong and she felt she belonged to no one, not her lover nor her parents. She craved acceptance from her American mother who chose not to marry her Italian father. Throughout her life she spent time in Sicily with her father and his wife and their sweet, traditional Sicilian daughter.
However, Elisa always felt somewhat like an outsider. Her lover, Salvato...more
The heroine Elisa is not pleased when the hero Salvatore turns up at the jewellery store she works for. It reminds her too much of the pain she experienced a year ago when Salvatore had cruelly left her and she had later suffered a traumatic miscarriage. Salvatore has never forgiven himself for the cruel way he treated Elisa when he didn't believe her about the pregnancy, and he searched high and low for her when Elisa seemingly disappeared after her ordeal. Now she has come back, and w...more
After Elisa's disastrous affair with Salvatore ended, she tried to moved on and forget the man she loved who didn't believe the child she had carried and lost was his. And she thought she had put it all behind her until he showed up at the jewelry store where she works and old feelings started to resurfaced.
Salvatore can't forget Elisa. But it was already too late when he realized his mistake. She already lost the baby and he lost h...more
This was the first of the two I picked up. I was looking for something to read during a break at work and picked it up at the library book sale for 50 cents. It seems a bit pricey for the little Harlequins in comparison to the large mass markets but whatever. This was one of those books where you actually question whether or not the author meant to be funny/ridiculous. I want to say no but that's how it read.
The book followed Elisa w...more
Une histoire super belle et super émouvante. A lire. En ce moment, il est gratuit en téléchargement sur A...more
I totally enjoyed it and would definitely recommend this for someone that needs a little bit of "won't take no for an answer" alpha to get your mind cleared and ready for another turbulent read.
i recommend it to all