Her Pregnancy Bombshell by Liz Fielding #Review @lizfielding @MillsandBoon #millsandbooninsiders

About the book

Expecting her boss's baby!

Pilot Miranda Marlowe is too sick to fly her plane, and she must face the truth: she's pregnant! She knows well enough that her boss, Cleve Finch, is still grieving for his late wife, so to think, she heads to her sister's new inheritance, Villa Rosa.

Despite the spiders and dust, the Mediterranean palazzo is as gorgeous as ever. Until Cleve turns up with a dramatic offer: a convenient marriage as soon as it can be arranged! It may be the sensible answer…but is it enough for Miranda?

Summer at Villa Rosa - Book 1 of 4

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My Review

This story is light, easy going and has a lovely warmth to it that will have you smiling at both the story and the characters. I felt so sorry for Miranda as she ended up having to get away from things for a while. Basically just to take a breath and decide on her future. Although then Cleve turns up and throws that plan into disarray.

I really enjoyed the parts regarding Villa Rosa and finding out about who lived there and how unfortunately at the moment it was in need of some major TLC. I hope that this is continued in the next book as it would be a great addition to the next story.

Her Pregnancy Bombshell is a fairly short read so perfect for a lazy afternoon or a quick read whilst on holiday. It is at times sweet and I really hoped that there would be a happy ending for Miranda and Cleve. Is that possible though with the past still affecting Cleve?

It is the start of a new series so it would be lovely to carry on and read the next book in the Summer at Villa Rosa series.


Light hearted with a sweet story!

With thanks to Mills and Boon & Netgalley. This is my honest and unbiased opinion.

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