A D'ANGELO LIKE NO OTHER
A D’ANGELO LIKE NO OTHER (4.5) by Carole Mortimer: Eva Foster drops a bombshell and accuses Michael D’Angelo’s brother, Rafé, of fathering her baby niece and nephew. To protect Rafé, Michael keeps Eva close. To protect himself, he must stop desiring her. Eva has tried to care for her sister’s orphaned babies alone, but needs help; it’s why she’s in Paris seeking aid from their oblivious father. So why is she happy that the exasperating Michael’s the wrong D’Angelo? Mortimer’s final D’Angelo romance is intense and heartwarming. The eloquent dialogue flows, while the elegant Parisian settings glow. With the cutest tots as co-stars, the leery hero and spitfire heroine shine.