Sunday, September 11, 2011

The Spanish Billionaire's Pregnant Wife by Lynne Graham

The Spanish Billionaire's Pregnant Wife (Virgin Brides, Arrogant Husbands, #3) (Harlequin Presents, #2795)The Spanish Billionaire's Pregnant Wife (Virgin Brides, Arrogant Husbands, #3) by Lynne Graham

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


I was glad to read Molly's story, out of a group of half-siblings with a mother who 'got around', looking but never finding love. Molly was what I hoped for in a heroine. She is standard Lynne Graham heroine. Young, optimistic, determined in the face of adversity, chaste, but completely unable to resist her hero when he comes along, although she does make a stand when he is not giving her what she needs in their marriage.



Leandro is fairly standard for Lynne Graham, although there were a couple of novel touches. He'd been married for several years and widowed and celibate for a year prior to meeting Mollie. I was happy to finally have a hero who wasn't as big a tomcat as usual for this author. Of course, he did his share of that in the past, but at least, he wasn't including the heroine in his revolving door of girlfriends. He does a few things that annoy me, but I found his impassioned bid for Molly's love near the end of the book to be quite irresistible. I could understand some of his control/not showing emotions issues when the reveal occurs about his so-called 'happy marriage'.



I have to be honest and say I spent a significant portion of this book waiting for Molly's siblings to show up. The romance was good and sexy, nothing lacking, but I was more attracted to the family dynamics that Ms. Graham had pumped my excitement up for in the prior books. And yes, eagerly awaiting another glimpse of sexy Nikolai from Ruthless Magnate, Convenient Wife (Pregnant Brides, #2) as Molly's older brother. What can I say??? He's Russian. I love Russians! Sorry, Leandro. Russians trump Spaniards, even though you are sexy and can be a real sweetie. I was not disappointed when Molly's siblings showed up. I loved how they closed ranks around her as a family, taking her in, and making sure that she was happy, even in her relationship with Leandro. Nikolai is just the kind of older brother I think a girl needs. At any rate, it was great to see the family together, and really sweet. And I adored Ophelia, so seeing her again was great.



The epilogue was lovely as well. Molly, who had always felt unwanted and unloved, alone in the world, had a family that loved her, and a husband who would hang the moon barehanded because of his adoration for her.



Deliriously sappy (in a good way), a bit silly, sexy, a good way to spend a few hours. Nothing ground-breaking, but I wasn't looking for that. Just a good read, and I got one with this book.



Related Books:

The Ruthless Magnate's Virgin Mistress (Virgin Brides, Arrogant Husbands, #2)

The Greek Tycoon's Disobedient Bride (Virgin Brides, Arrogant Husbands, #1)

The Greek Tycoon's Defiant Bride (The Rich, the Ruthless and the Really Handsome, #2)

The Desert Sheikh's Captive Wife (The Rich, the Ruthless and the Really Handsome, #1)

The Italian Billionaire's Pregnant Bride (The Rich, the Ruthless and the Really Handsome, #3)




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2 comments:

Penelope said...

The title alone (and series title) is enough to get me to buy this book. Hilarious! And oh so Harly! Great review! (I love Russians, too!)

Danielle said...

Thanks, Penny. Definitely worth a read!