The Tuscan Tycoon's Pregnant Housekeeper
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Plain, timid housekeeper Michelle Spicer keeps her head down and gets on with the job. She knows her place.Bored and restless in the south of France, Alessandro Castiglione has found himself a plaything. Stripped of her uniform and naked in his bed, mousy Michelle blossoms before him.

But she knows she's only the housekeeper--not a rich man's wife. Discarded, disgraced and...more
Paperback, 185 pages
Published September 8th 2009 by Harlequin (first published April 3rd 2009)
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willaful
Weird book. The beginning is promising: the hero is charming, the heroine, though a housekeeper, is not completely downtrodden, they have a mutual interest in art. Then they have sex and everything goes to hell. The rest of the book literally seems to have been written by another author: suddenly the hero is a classic HP jerk, the heroine is a classic HP pathetic doormat and the writing is just bad, full of meandering conversations that make no sense and go nowhere. The end is incredibly abrupt...more
KatLynne
There was nothing I really liked about this book. The writing certainly did not flow...very hard to follow and unfortunately, it didn't improve. I wanted to scream at the heroine to get a spine and never liked the cold, hateful hero who didn't grovel enough to redeem himself. I don't give many 1 star ratings, but just couldn't find anything here that I liked. Well..what I did like was that I only paid $1.75 and the book was short!

And while I didn't like this one, and as this is my first by this...more
Tonya Warner
Odd, I guess that is the best way to describe how this book reads. Yep, odd is the best I can come up with. There are details mentioned for no reason, no follow-up on what they might contribute to the story.

Michelle Spicer is an award winning artist working as a housekeeper. She plays at sketching, but never shows Alesandro. Her mother had burned her portfolio, but no explanation why.

Alessandro Castiglione is an art dealer and artist himself. He paints a picture of Michelle, but never shows it...more
Ltlmer2
Don't know what to say. All the worst cliches of a HP and zero payoff. I will not be reading anything else by this author.
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I've been reading and writing all my life, and January 2007 saw the paperback publication of my first Mills and Boon Modern Romance, The Italian Billionaire's Virgin. I really hope you enjoy my books!

I love romance, and meeting my husband on a blind date was one of the best things that has ever happened to me. We live in Gloucestershire, England, with our son, daughter, varying numbers of livestoc...more
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