Powerful Italian, Penniless Housekeeper - India Grey First things first. The title of this book is atrocious. He is not powerful. She is not penniless. Italian and housekeeper are accurate but there are dozens of better titles that Harlequin could have chosen.

This was a good, quick read. It doesn't blaze new trails in romance but it does offer a nice slow build to a satisying HEA. The premise demands acceptance of many coincidences which eventually lead Lorenzo and Sarah to share a home and begin creating a lovely sense of domesticity before the inevitable "reveal" of potential ulterior motives drives a brief wedge into the romance.

The steam level was ver low but it seemed appropriate given the rather low key build to their relationship.

I really enjoyed the book and look forward to reading more by her.