Thursday, May 19, 2016

An Heir to Make a Marriage by Abby Green

Title:  An Heir to Make a Marriage
Series:  One Night with Consequences
Author:  Abby Green
Publication Date:   May 24/16 by Harlequin
Length:  192pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  Netgalley
My Rating: ★★★★
Book Links: GoodreadsAmazon(US)Amazon(CA) - B&N - Kobo - Indigo - Google Play

Back Cover Blurb:

A legacy maid in Manhattan

In desperation to save her father, housekeeper Rose O'Malley thinks she can trap a man. But the second she faces Zac Valenti and the force of his palpable sensuality, she knows she can't go through with it!

Before she can call off her deception, Manhattan's most eligible bachelor sweeps Rose off her feet—and into his bed! Stealing away like a guilty Cinderella, Rose vows never to see Zac again…until she discovers she's pregnant and Zac demands his passionate betrayer and his baby remain under his control!

When one night…leads to pregnancy!

My Review:

Green’s voice always makes romance so much fun to read. I love how she draws readers in, immersing them in the lives of her characters. The relationship between her hero and heroine had me going from ‘oh, you didn’t…’ to giggling like a schoolgirl. It was a great balance to make the romance palpable and real. Her eloquent & inviting writing draws you deep into the fantastical yet completely realistic world that she’s created, providing the perfect backdrop for a heartfelt tale.

The sweetness of the heroine in this tale really drew me in. She wasn’t weak by any means, but she also wasn’t the ‘must be in charge always’ heroines that seem to be populating so many tales. She was just so real and loveable. She was the perfect match for the alpha hero that Green provides for us to drool over. Together they created a couple that I truly wanted to see succeed, despite (or perhaps because of) their differences.

Once again Green has created a romance that will make you swoon. Real characters and unique circumstances combine in the perfect manner in this once in a lifetime read.

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