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I enjoy books about royalty, then add a baby and I'm all in. But when the queen tricked a man into getting her pregnant, I didn't like her very much. She had chosen an Italian playboy to impregnate her presuming he wouldn't want anything to do with a child. Imagine her surprise when he showed up on her doorstep to claim it. This appeared to be an opposites attract story with Queen Astrid growing up in wealth at the palace and Mauro Bianchi growing up poor in the slums (though he is a billionaire now). However, when they met at one of his clubs, she was pretending to be just another one of the young, sexy women who frequent the place. Since she had picked him out and had made herself look like the type of woman he would be attracted to - not opposites at all.
I liked the plot but I can't say I loved the characters. The queen was selfish planning to get pregnant without considering how it might affect anyone else. Mauro had a "poor me" attitude because of his childhood. Even with the ending being very fast, it did leave me with a smile. If you enjoy stories about royalty, you should give this book a try.