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The Pregnant Bride

3.03  ·  Rating Details  ·  31 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Getting jilted at the altar was bad enough, but falling for the sympathetic stranger at her honeymoon hotel was much worse! Jenna Sinclair didn't regret it, though; one passion-filled night with Edmund Delaney proved she'd never truly loved her ex-fiance.

But when Jenna told Edmund she was pregnant, he was far from dismayed. It seemed he had his own agenda, and marriage to
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ebook, 192 pages
Published August 1st 2002 by Harlequin Presents (first published 2000)
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Tia
May 21, 2016 Tia rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Jenna had been left at the altar by her now ex-fiance Mark. She was heartbroken and devastated, so she took off on her honeymoon by herself. While she was coming to terms with herself and what had all happened she met a man named Edmund. Edmund had just had a serious conversation with Jenna and learned all there is to know about her ex-fiance leaving her at the altar. There is just something about Jenna he can't get off his mind so he spends the next couple days, just being with her. One night t ...more
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Jilted bride is consoled by hero whom she just met at her honeymoon hotel & has 1-night-stand with him. He leaves her the next day without a note & she was told by hotel receptionist that his wife called him home. He tracks her down 2 months later at her doorstep to see if she's recovered from being jilted & to explain that the reason he left her after their 1 night was due to an emergency with his young daughter. Hero says goodbye when heroine shows that she's ok from her wedding de ...more
Jeanida Luckie-weatherall
Another great book from Catherine Spencer. Edmund is totally human, multi-dimensional, and so real he jumps off the pages and into our hearts.He learns from them and is changed by his relationship with Jenna and his love for her. Edmund and Jenna's love is described with the most exciting yet tender details of their passion! The ending is just so super.You'll be moved by every page. you'll want to weep at times and then to laugh other times and finally a really superb, deeply emotional read.
Roub
Oct 09, 2013 Roub rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
i remember reading this one a few years back n actually liked it
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