I hadn’t read a Harlequin paperback in a long time, but I picked this one up at the ALA Conference and didn’t feel like bringing my Kindle out by the pool, so I picked it up off the pile and read it. Reading it reminded me of being a pre-teen or teenager getting that first taste of reading romances. Average girl dating a prince, something comes between them (in this case, her infertility so she can’t provide an heir), an unexpected preganancy, and the question of whether they will end up with a loveless marriage to give the baby a name or if they are really in love and she can get past his original rejection. It was a quick read that I enjoyed for what it was – a Harlequin Romance.
One Night Heir by Lucy Monroe