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The Maids Spanish Secret “You will come to Spain You will marry me…”For sweet maid Poppy Harris, her one and only passionate experience was scorching and absolutely forbidden She shouldn’t have succumbed to Spanish aristocrat Rico Montero’s tantalizing seduction, but his touch was all consuming…and had a ninemonth consequence! Poppy believes they could never be anything Until Rico appears on her doorstep demanding his hidden daughter—and determined to make Poppy his wife!Enjoy this intensely dramatic marriage of convenience! ❴Reading❵ ➻ Muerte en Hamburgo (Jan Fabel, Author Craig Russell – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk her one and only passionate experience was scorching and absolutely forbidden She shouldn’t have succumbed to Spanish aristocrat Rico Montero’s tantalizing seduction ❴Download❵ ➾ Jazz Age Stories Author F. Scott Fitzgerald – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk but his touch was all consuming…and had a ninemonth consequence! Poppy believes they could never be anything Until Rico appears on her doorstep demanding his hidden daughter—and determined to make Poppy his wife!Enjoy this intensely dramatic marriage of convenience!


10 thoughts on “The Maids Spanish Secret

  1. says:

    Another Beta hero, who kowtows to his parents and only flexes his alpha skills when he's around the heroine...

    Why am I always confuzzled, everytime I have to write a review for a Dani Collins romance novel ?

    Normally, it's quite easy to review an HP romance novel, because there are certain things that I look for. If those ingredients are lacking, then the book gets a low rating.

    This was a very difficult bo


  2. says:

    It was nice and made my eyes watered a little.


  3. says:

    A high three star for me and makes me want to read more Dani Collins.

    Not a typical HP as it’s pretty low on angst and mean hero which can be disappointing for some. Plus the women actually stand up for themselves.

    Despite the HP Generic Title Namer, this has the development of a relationship and some semblance of a story rather than the usual petulant push-pull and quivering loans. Don't get me wrong, the couple are all over each other.


  4. says:

    ***3 - 3.5 Stars***

    We find out right away that Rico had been engaged to a woman that his wicked-witch mother forced on him (just like she tried to do with his brother, Cesar in the prior book. He was not happy about it but from birth it was drummed into him that you had to sacrifice for the betterment of the family and it's wealth and never feel emotions because that showed weakness. He was receiving the Presidency of one of the companies his in-laws-to-


  5. says:

    ARC provided by NetGalley and Harlequin in exchange for an honest review.

    Rating 3.75

    Review to come.


  6. says:

    Low-stakes secret baby book. I say low stakes because heroine is doing just fine with her secret baby when hero shows up to claim her.

    The H/h had a one-night/day stand in Spain when the hero's engagement was broken and it was heroine's last day as a maid for hero's cold, snobby mother. Heroine returned to Canada and hero got roped back into his loveless engagement when business and family interests prevailed.

    His wife/fiance (?) can't remember - ended up dyi


  7. says:

    I have always assumed Spanish people were passionate and blood was near the skin surface. However Caesar and Rico were born into a home of aristocracy. Their parents were like mannequins and cold. Intellectuals but unfeeling. No wonder when they found love with their wives it was like jumping off a cliff. If you want Caesar's love story then you will find it in 'The consequence he must claim',Which I am so happy we get a continuation of the baby swap that happened with another couple from


  8. says:

    Rico wants to make sure his woman is quite comfortable and at home, “do you want company?” His voice lowered, growing thick with sensual invitation. Rice hates when his girl is upset, “please don’t cry. You’re making me feel like a jerk.” I liked this book, I liked Rico.


  9. says:

    Not a great start to the month!!!


  10. says:

    4.5 stars

    Kind of read the Montero siblings a little bit out of order with me having read Pia’s story first, which came after this book featuring her brother Rico. I read Pia’s story first thinking I would like that one more than this one, but founding surprisingly the opposite to be true. Not that Pia’s story wasn’t good because it was and enjoyed very much, but this one just drew me in more and took a hold of me a lot more than I thought. I was just more invested in this one than Pia’s stor


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