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Saturday, December 24, 2011

Made the Grade: The Sabbatini Brothers Series, Book 2

Format: Paperback | Pages: 185 | Release Date: June 2011 | Publisher: Harlequin | Obtained: Friends of the Pasquotank-Camden Library - Fall Book Sale

"One Last Night" [The Sabbatini Brothers Series, Book 2] by Melanie Milburne

My Book Summary : When Maya and Giorgio got married they did so not for love, at least Giorgio didn't love Maya at that time, but because of his responsibility to his family and to produce an heir. Now five years later and after a couple of miscarriages, Maya is trying to divorce Giorgio as it seems that after all these years and no children between them they have grown further apart instead of closer together. Nevertheless, Giorgio is making it harder than ever to get a divorce, then after six months apart they indulge in one hot night together that produces a big surprise. However, the only way Maya will agree to getting back together is by having Giorgio's heart, yet will Giorgio be willing to give his heart away to anyone??

My Book Review : 3 out of 5 stars! This book deals with what it takes to hold a family together while dealing with plenty of tragedies going on around them. It's a very sweet book. I enjoyed Maya's newfound independence, in addition to how Giorgio and Maya build back their relationship.

On a personal note, I liked this book more because I could relate to the uncertainty of being pregnant and not sure if it would last, but still hanging on to the hope of it. The way Maya's struggle was written made this book more humbling and relatable to me.

I recommend it to anyone who likes to read quick, sweet, and spicy romance books!

Book Teaser(s) :
It was just a spare bedroom, a rather beautifully appointed one with Parisian-style furniture.
'It's very...nice,' she said as the silence swirled around her. She turned and faced him, pasting a smile on her face that made her muscles ache. 'You've done a good job. No one would ever think it was once a...' she forced the word out '...a nursery.'
Giorgio reached for her and she stumbled forwards into his arms, burying her face against his chest. ~ within Chapter 8

For more information on this book, series, and/or any other books by Melanie, then please check out her Amazon Page.



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