What a Sicilian Husband Wants (Irresistible Sicilian, #1) by Michelle Smart
On his terms only!
Moving countries, cutting all ties and giving birth to her baby alone, Grace Holden is desperately hiding from her past. But just when she thinks she might have broken free, it catches up with her in the form of her millionaire Sicilian husband!
Grace swore her daughter wouldn't grow up among the dark power and money of his family…but no one walks away from Luca Mastrangelo. Now, back within his reach, Grace is surprised to see new depths to the man she married, and each crack in his armor makes it harder to fight the desire still blazing between them.
Grace had married the man of her dream but when she found out that she was pregnant she fled to another country to have her baby alone. The reason? Find out in this lovely book. I wouldn't want to spoil it for you. This book was a great read. It surprised me because I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. Starting from the first chapter, it got my attention. I didn't expect Grace and Luca to reunite like they did. Even when reunited, Grace did everything she could to avoid interactions with Luca. But since they were living under the same roof it was tough.
Luca, on the other hand had no idea why his wife suddenly left him one day. Grace left without a single word to anyone. It was cruel of her but then again it was understandable that she didn't want exposing her plan too soon. Everyday Luca had worried and looked for her. That proved that he really loved her. And it was really cruel that she hid the fact that Luca had become a father. Even when they were separated for a while, the chemistry between them was still there no matter how much they wanted to deny it.
The pace and the flow of the story was great. It was easy to follow along. Everything flow smoothly. It was a very enjoyable read. Grace wasn't a doormat. She did what she thought was best for her and her daughter.
The setting was beautiful. The story line was interesting. The heroine was smart and think for herself. What more could I want? I definitely recommend this book.