REVIEW: Leonetti’s Housekeeper Bride by Lynne Graham

Posted January 18th, 2016 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, HJ Recommends, Presents, Review / 4 comments

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In Leonetti’s Housekeeper Bride by Lynne Graham, To ecome CEO of his Leonettis-Housekeeper-Bridefamily’s bank, his grandfather has decreed Gaetano must find a nice, ordinary woman to wed. Convinced his grandfather is mad, Gaetano sets about proving him wrong with housekeeper Poppy Arnold who is everything a good Italian wife should not be! But it’s not long before hardworking, self-sacrificing Poppy charms his grandfather and Gaetano’s stuck with a union he didn’t want and a bride he sinfully craves!

Leonetti’s Housekeeper Bride was a well written classic Lynne Graham marriage of convenience romance.

Gaetano is an alpha male who wants nothing to do with any sort of commitment but is stuck with having to marry due to his grandfather’s ultimatum. Poppy is an amazing heroine because she had a fierce personality. She stood up to Gaetano whenever necessary and never gave up easily even when things were not exactly going smoothly for her.

The chemistry was just explosive at some places with some really great seduction scenes. The characters connected so well in every level.

Overall, Leonetti’s Housekeeper Bride by Lynne Graham is an amazing romance which is a must for every Presents lover.

 

Book Info:

04.5SPublication: January 19th 2016 | Harlequin Presents |

His Innocent Wife…

The last thing Gaetano Leonetti wants is to be shackled in marriage, but to become CEO of his family’s bank, his grandfather has decreed Gaetano must find a nice, ordinary woman to wed.

Convinced his grandfather is mad, Gaetano sets about proving him wrong with housekeeper Poppy Arnold. With her outspoken nature and unusual dress sense, she’s definitely not wife material!

But it’s not long before hardworking, self-sacrificing Poppy charms his grandfather and Gaetano’s stuck with a union he didn’t want and a bride he sinfully craves! Having set her up to fail, can he really take the precious gift of her virginity?

 

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