Italian Tycoon, Secret Son

Italian Tycoon Secret Son 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 belie

  • Title: Italian Tycoon, Secret Son
  • Author: Lucy Gordon
  • ISBN: 9780373175857
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 rStranded 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

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    1 thought on “Italian Tycoon, Secret Son”

    1. 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 is more telling than showing. The author almost says 'dear reader". The dialog was okay, light and fluffy. It wasn't realistic perhaps more like 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.

    2. 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!

    3. 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. T [...]

    4. 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

    5. 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.

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