Pregnant with the prince's baby
Nurse Shay Labadie's one exquisite night of passion with Dr. Dante Affini was meant to be a beautiful memory. But now Shay's expecting…and Dante is expecting her to take his hand in marriage!
Dante's proposal is shocking enough, but then he drops an even bigger bombshell—he's not just a doctor, he's a prince! Now to win his child and the woman he loves, Dante will have to prove he can master his most important role yet—as the husband Shay deserves…
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5 out of 5 stars
His Pregnant Royal Bride is the first Harlequin Medical Romance I have read and I got to say I've been missing out because this book was so good and I absolutely loved it. This book was wonderful! First off, it had my all-time favorite trope: secret babies! But on top of utilizing my favorite trope the plot of the book was really good. The whole thing with Shay ending up pregnant with Dante's baby after a one-night stand and then him trying to convince her to marry him so that he could get his inheritance led to some good drama especially since Dante was only interested in a "marriage of convenience". Watching these two people fall in love despite everything was some good stuff. The whole situation made this story a fun and swoon-worthy romance that I couldn't get enough of. Needless, to say I highly recommend this book and I'm definitely going to be seeking out some more Medical Romances in the future especially ones by Amy Ruttan.