Italian Tycoon, Secret Son ePUB ↠ Italian Tycoon,

Not really a true secret baby Fairly decent story Writing puts the reader at a bit of a distance You never seemed to be right down in the story There istelling than showing The author almost says dear reader The dialog was okay, light and fluffy It wasn t realistic perhapslike an old witty movie from the 30s It wasn t bad but I wouldn t want to read a steady diet of books written this way The plot was fun Kind of amnesia lite He remembered her but as a sort of dream. Enjoyable read but should ve beendetailed Original plot wonderful characters Usually I don t like to read about Italians, because very often non italian authors tend to exaggerate with italianisms, but Lucy did a great job Brava Original plot wonderful characters Usually I don t like to read about Italians, because very often non italian authors tend to exaggerate with italianisms, but Lucy did a great job Brava The first half in which the hero and heroine fall in love while arguing and mountain climbing in Switzerland was great The second half, in which the hero is a stereotypical asshole tycoon with intermittent amnesia and the heroine is a self sacrificing whiner, is less so. Stranded after an avalanche, Mandy Jenkins and Renzo Ruffini awaited rescue and found comfort in each other s arms A year on, Mandy still longs for the carefree Italian she fell in love with but believed was lost forever until now Discovering that Renzo has survived, Mandy goes to him for he has her heart and she has his son But Renzo has lost his memory How will he react when he finds out the truth Will he claim his English bride and his son [BOOKS] ✪ Analysis of Pesticides in Food and Environmental Samples, Second Edition By Jose L Tadeo – Lavons.co.uk Mandy Jenkins and Renzo Ruffini awaited rescue and found comfort in each other s arms A year on ➮ [Read] ➪ Practical Research Methods in Education By Mike Lambert ➺ – Lavons.co.uk Mandy still longs for the carefree Italian she fell in love with but believed was lost forever until now Discovering that Renzo has survived [Ebook] ➩ On the Edge of the Empires (2nd - 4th C. Ce) By Rocco Palermo – Lavons.co.uk Mandy goes to him for he has her heart and she has his son But Renzo has lost his memory How will he react when he finds out the truth Will he claim his English bride and his son It was a good romantic read Regretfully, this isn t one of my Lucy Gordon s favourite Yet I enjoyed some parts of it immensely First of all, the premise is so hilarious and enticing that it gripped my attention right away The book starts with Mandy, the heroine, at a hotel restaurant where she stayed on her Alps holiday, enjoying her meal and also taking interest in one particular couple The way she sees the things unfold in front of her eyes is amusing and extremely accurate as well The h It was a good romantic read Regretfully, this isn t one of my Lucy Gordon s favourite Yet I enjoyed some parts of it immensely First of all, the premise is so hilarious and enticing that it gripped my attention right away The book starts with Mandy, the heroine, at a hotel restaurant where she stayed on her Alps holiday, enjoying her meal and also taking interest in one particular couple The way she sees the things unfold in front of her eyes is amusing and extremely accurate as well The heroine gives precise, realistic and also witty remarks about the man and the woman as a couple and the situation on the whole Later on she returns to her room, hears a commotion and finds the man she has seen in a restaurant jumping from one balcony to another finally landing on hers I had a good laugh reading this part I m not going to reveal here what was the matter with him and spoil the pleasure for other readers I can only add that two other characters appeared on the scene and the heroine dealt with this shocking but very realistic situation admirably, making an indelible impression on the hero This scene gave me a good laugh too.On meeting the hero next morning, the heroine is definitely taken aback finding out that Renzo, the hero, is going to be a mountaineering instructor of the group she joined As it happens, they immediately get attracted to each other and the relationship building starts Taking into consideration that both the hero and the heroine are spirited, strong willed, imaginative and intelligent people the relationship development is captivating as it is well written Their witty banters and mind meeting dialogues are smooth, substantial and meaningful It was exciting to see two beautiful and bright people falling in love with each other Then inexorable fate intrudes and snatches everything they ve reached.Alas The second half left me very disappointed and frustrated It was so sad to see something, that could be beautiful, fading into drab, dull and superficial i totally agree with other readers that this book wasnt titled properly it was an ok fluff read i suppose but lacked the depth that draws a reader in there was no real character development and the romantic scenes were incredibly shallow in such a way that when they progressed to i love you it was like ice water to the face not something i regret reading but not one ill read again Read in 2010 I really do hate when the authors don t title their novels properly There was nothing really secret about this novel or the pregnancy involved I was actually disappointed that the author mislead me so. Italian Tycoon, Secret Son


About the Author: Lucy Gordon

Christine Sparks was born in England, UK She wanted to be a writer all her life, and began by working on a British women s magazine As a features writer, she gained a wide variety of experience She interviewed some of the world s most attractive and interesting men, including Warren Beatty, Richard Chamberlain, Charlton Heston, Sir Roger Moore, Sir Alec Guiness.Single life was so enjoyable that she put marriage, and even romance, on the back burner, while she went about the world having a great time Then, while on vacation in Venice, she met a tall, dark handsome Venetian artist, who changed all her ideas in a moment, and proposed on the second day Three months later they were married Her friends said a whirlwind romance would never last, but they celebrated their 25 anniversary, they are still married, still happy and in love.After 13 years on the magazine Christine decided that it was now or never if she was ever going to write that novel So she wrote Legacy of Fire which became a Silhouette Special Edition, followed by another, Enchantment in Venice Then she did something crazy gave up her job Since then she has concentrated entirely on writing romances for Mills Boon, Harlequin and Silhouette and has written over 75 books Her settings have been European and her heroes mainly English or Italian Christine now claims to be an expert on one particular subject Italian men are the most romantic in the world They are also the best cooks.A few years ago she and her husband returned to Venice and lived there for a couple of years This proved the perfect base for exploring the rest of Italy, and she has given many of her books Italian settings Venice of course , Rome, Florence, Milan, Sicily, Tuscany She has also used the Rhine in Germany for Song of the Lorelei, for which she won her first RITA Award, in 1991 Her second RITA came in 1998, with His Brother s Child, set in Rome.Eventually Christine Fiorotto and her husband returned to England, where they now live She write and he paints, they have no children, but have a cat and a dog.


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