REVIEW: The Spaniard’s Pregnant Bride by Maisey Yates

Posted September 7th, 2016 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, HJ Recommends, Presents, Review / 1 comment

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The-Spaniards-Pregnant-Bride-Heirs-Before-Vows-1In The Spaniard’s Pregnant Bride by Maisey Yates, Allegra Valenti enters Italy’s most glorious masquerade ball hiding her identity ,determined to make happy memories to sustain her through her impending coldly arranged betrothal. But a passionate encounter with a masked stranger has consequences that tear apart her dutiful life.

Brooding Spanish duke Cristian Acosta cannot believe the masked siren he let his guard down for was his best friend’s sister—the pampered heiress he grew up despising. To safeguard the Acosta legacy, Cristian must adorn Allegra with a trinket of his own—a gold wedding band!

A well written passionate romance on the best friend’s sister and sudden pregnancy trope. I loved how the story flowed in a smooth pace and the angst in the story. Cristian is a tortured hero who has a really dark past. He was scarred in so many ways and therefore giving his trust and love to Allegra was not easy for him. Allegra is someone who has always followed the rules her family laid down. She has been a dutiful daughter and therefore I loved her when she showed courage and broke off her engagement when she learnt she was pregnant. The romance was passionate and emotional with some really well written scenes. The chemistry between the characters was spot on from the start and the tension between them made things even more interesting. Overall, an enjoyable romance that should not be missed by any Presents lover this month!

Book Info:

4S Expected publication: September 20th 2016 | Harlequin Presents | (Heirs Before Vows #1)

“You’ll be mine. You’ll be my wife.”

With her identity concealed, Allegra Valenti enters Italy’s most glorious masquerade ball determined to make happy memories to sustain her through her impending coldly arranged betrothal. But a passionate encounter with a masked stranger has consequences that tear apart her dutiful life.

Brooding Spanish duke Cristian Acosta cannot believe the masked siren he let his guard down for was his best friend’s sister—the pampered heiress he grew up despising. To safeguard the Acosta legacy, Cristian must adorn Allegra with a trinket of his own—a gold wedding band!

 

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