Nurse Katya Petrova accepts a job in Italy with Ben Medici -- the baby daddy of her unborn child -- hoping to discover if he's father material. Once Ben learns Katya's pregnant he offers to marry her to legitimize the baby, but Katya, scared she will fail as a mother, refuses and decides to give Ben sole custody of The Italian Count's Baby (4). Amy Andrews' luxurious Italian backdrop is so beguiling that readers will believe they're walking along the craggy Mediterranean coastline and smelling the garlic and onions wafting from Mama Medici's homey Italian kitchen. And the well-written medical scenes support the growing love between the hero and heroine instead of detracting from their romance.
Reviewed by: 
Cindy Himler