* Review * HIS MISTRESS WITH TWO SECRETS by Dani Collins

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* Review * HIS MISTRESS WITH TWO SECRETS by Dani CollinsHis Mistress with Two Secrets by Dani Collins
Series: The Sauveterre Siblings
Published by Harlequin Presents on April 1, 2017
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Pregnant with the billionaire's babies!

After the painfully public demise of her intense fling with renowned tycoon Henri Sauveterre, Cinnia Whitley discovers she's pregnant…with twins! Cinnia burns with the memory of his touch, but bearing a new generation of the Sauveterre dynasty will bind her to Henri forever—unless she keeps it a secret…

Henri is infuriated when he discovers Cinnia's deception. His little sister's abduction ended all his intentions of having a family—but any Sauveterre deserves his full protection. Henri must make Cinnia his wife, and he'll show her just how pleasurable their reunion can be!

A really nice continuation of The Sauveterre Siblings! I didn’t fall quite as deep into Henri’s story as I did with Angelique’s in the first book, but close. I really enjoy the family dynamics of this group of siblings and especially how close their lives have made them. We saw a hint of trouble in paradise with Henri & Cinnia in the first book and now we get to know exactly what has happened and what the future holds for them. Looking forward to the upcoming books in the quartet!

Cinnia Whitley is a headstrong, independent woman who wants it known to all that she doesn’t need a man to complete her, and she deals with her business and personal decisions on her own. She reluctantly agreed to a fling with Henri Saveterre even though he made it clear from the beginning that it had no future. When she finds herself pregnant … with twins! … she decides to remove herself from the relationship before she has to blow his world apart by adding more responsibility that he very clearly doesn’t want.

Henri is not happy at all when he finds out from another source that Cinnia is pregnant, and he especially doesn’t like that she played a bit of a mind game with him as she left the relationship without telling him. Considering his family history of danger to his loved ones, he insists she move in with him right away so he can make sure she and the babies are protected. This was exactly what Cinnia didn’t want … to be more of a burden … if only he could really love her …



  1. I reviewed this over at The Harlequin Junkie blog. It’s the first book I’ve read by this author, and now has me looking forward to future books of this series. The Sauveterre family are great.

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