Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Review: The Italian's Christmas Housekeeper by Sharon Kendrick

From making the billionaire’s bed…

To Christmas between his sheets!

Shy housekeeper Molly Millar always tries her best. She’s anxious to impress outrageously wealthy houseguest Salvio de Gennaro, but instead is unfairly criticized by her employer! When she’s found sobbing by Salvio, he comforts her…with the most amazing experience of her life. But when that incredible encounter costs Molly her job, Salvio rescues her with an irresistible proposition: become his temporary housekeeper—just in time for Christmas!

Escape into this captivating Cinderella romance!

My Review:

If you like Cinderella type romances, you will love this story about a self-made millionaire, Salvio de Gennaro and Molly Miller, a maid who is in charge at an estate where Salvio is visiting. 

Molly ends up pregnant after sleeping with Salvio and she soon loses her job.  Salvio had given Molly his assistant’s business card in case she ever needed another job.  Molly is hired to work at Salvio’s Christmas party at his Cotswold home.  Salvio is shocked to come home and find Molly in his house and when he learns of her pregnancy, he decides to use it to his advantage.  His mother has been on him to marry so he takes Molly back to Italy where they spend Christmas with his parents and tells them they are getting married.   What happens next is a real test of their characters and deepens their relationship even more.  But it is soon threatened again.  How they work through their issues made for a good story and a perfect happily ever after. 

Thank you to Harlequin and NetGalley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. 

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