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Revealed: His Secret Child (The Takeover #3)

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Discovering his ex-girlfriend was behind his company's bad press was one thing. Learning she'd secretly borne his son was entirely different. Millionaire PR guru Max Preston would not accept any of Gillian Mitchell's excuses. She "would" marry him--or he'd use his power to take his son away from her.After a whirlwind Vegas wedding, however, Max's desire for Gillian was as...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 1st 2011 by Silhouette
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Saly
Revealed:His Secret Child by Sandra Hyatt was decent. Max the hero is a PR guru for Rafe Cameron, he goes to confront the reporter who is his ex and a thorn in Rafe's side, finds out he has a son with her and drags her to the altar. Then rest all of the book is all about Max and Gillian trying to resist each other and failing.

The Takeover series has been enjoyable till now. I have read the last book first and reading the rest.
Limau Nipis
Da** you Harlequinn! No wonder I have moved on from reading all those books from you.
Cheesy romance, cheesy plot, cheesy hero, cheesy heroine, cheesy string of characters.

Lame lame lame.

Max just found out that his ex-girlfriend, Gillian had a child with him. And he forced her to marry him all in one day. All in Chapter 1. Yep, all in Chapter 1.

And this came from a man who said he does not believe in marriage and having kids. Yeah, right! Where is your principal now Max? It seemed to evaporate to...more
Tia
Read in 2011.

I found the novel a bit boring, predictable and at times over the top. I thought the heroine went about things the wrong way and since she did, so did the hero. It was a case of two wrongs don't make a right.
Hina
The third book in the Harlequin Takeover series, Max Preston is a millionaire and head of PR for Cameron Enterprises, run by Rafe Cameron who just bought out Worth Industries in Vista Del Mar, California. Our heroine, Gillian Mitchell is a journalist in the same town writing columns that is giving bad publicity to Cameron Enterprises. Max and Gillian were involved 3.5 years ago, but Max broke it off, when it seemed that Gillian was getting serious. Max thinks that the articles is a way get back...more
Cogito_ergo_sum
I liked it. It was well written, the characters had 'character', and the writing flowed. On the upside, the writing had wit as well. Usually when authors switch between two different characters' POV, I dread it, because it feels like swimming through molasses. This book delivered what it promised: an entertaining read to uplift your mood.
Mombo
The story moved slowly when Gillian was in shock but warmed up when she and Max realized their affection for each other. They didn't really talk a lot but when they did say something it usually accomplished a lot. That was well done especially since they had plenty of chemistry and/or lingering attraction between them.
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Tonya Warner
A very touching story.

To see how Max comes to realize that having Gillian and Ethan in his life is worth the pain of allowing himself to love is very sweet.
Sarah
Max head PR for Rafe gets a huge shock when he confronts his old flame at her house and meets his 3yr son Ethan. This book is fast moving and has a great end HEA.
ms bookjunkie
3.5 stars

I really liked it. It's a part of a series, but stood well on its own. And now I'm intrigued by the rest of the series!
Alice Black
un libro entrtenido para leer en una tarde fria de invierno
Ladyacct
Part 3, really enjoyed this one.
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I’ve always loved reading – it started with The Famous Five and Nancy Drew. And then when I was older I discovered Jane Austen, the Bronte sisters and Georgette Heyer, thus sealing my fate as a romance junkie.

So, although I’ll read pretty much anything with words on a page, it’s romance I come back to every time, to pick me up, to envelop me in a different world, to make me laugh, to make me sigh....more
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