The Italian Billionaire's Pregnant Bride (The Rich, the Ruthless, and the Really Handsome #3)
A waitress by day and office cleaner by night, Kathy labors to forget her traumatic past. Until the evening when impossibly rich, ruthless and handsome Sergio Torrente takes her virginity.
It doesn't take Sergio long to find out about Kathy's damning history--or that she's carrying his baby. He cannot love her, but he will marry her and be a father to their child!
She never uses the word MAN when referring to her 6'3" black-haired Italian sex-on-legs super CEO billionare; he's simply and always just a GUY, as in "The guy she loved." Why not bloke or dude or fella? Every third paragraph we are reminded about the h ...more
This wasn't a favorite, but still a ...more
Both keep swinging back and forth between jumping each other and fighting. Hence I had difficulty believing that they indeed fell for each other. There doesn't seem to be a bond or connection forming between the 2 and trust is certainly weak. Impending parenthood forced them to grow up quickly but again, that d ...more
This is not the Lynne Graham book I know and love but it does have her signature style. An proud and independent heroine with a sordid background that tries to bring her down. An alpha male who climbs Mount Everest for fun. A solid misunderstanding that makes falling in love all the more difficult. And, because it is a modern HP, lots of sex in place of talking.
I kind of got annoyed with Sergio. He seemed too dominant, too controlling. He never believed a word Kathy said and that g ...more
Another great book. Are there only the 3 books in this series? I loved this series. I love how you keep the main characters in the book together and monogamous throughout the whole book. I know it is challenging to do because not many authors can pull it off. Please let me know if there are any more books in the series. Congrats on another great book. Gina
A satisfying read. Loved the drama, loved the characters, especially Kathy, with her strength, vulnerability and cheekiness who could stand against Sergio.
And Sergio, while in the beginning was so arrogant he needed a bitchslap, but in the end he redeemed himself so nicely.
Exactly what you expect when you read a Harlequin book, and more.
Nothing special about it, except that I enjoy LG's books a lot.
He tries to bundle her off to France because her past holds a sordid secret, and France has better protection against the paparrazzi. Sergio refuses to listen to her protestations of innocence about said sordid secret.
All in all, a whole lot of fun!
Lynne Graham was born on July 30, 1956 of Irish-Scottish parentage. She has livedin Northern Ireland all her life. She grew up in a seaside village with herbrother. She learnt to read at the age of 3, and haven't stopped since then.
Lynne first met her husband when she was 1 ...more