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Terms of Possession

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She needed money....for her mother's operation.""He wanted a son and heir....and he was prepared to pay for it."

A contract for seduction:

Cameron Hunter's offer was extraordinary, but his terms were simple: he would possess Nadine, body and soul...and the resulting baby would be his. Yet, for Nadine, this could never be a straightforward business arrangement. Cameron was th
ebook, 192 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published 1995)
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A young wife convinces her friend to have a baby with her husband, but then hightails it off with her lover, leaving pregnant friend to deal with angry husband, who thinks the friend had something to do with the wife leaving. She dies soon after in a fiery car crash, leaving a friend pregnant with the baby of her husband. What a tangled web!

Not a fan of adultery theme in romance, but this one was so well done. I couldn't help thinking, why didn't they do artificial insemination? Did the husband
This is the most offensive book I have ever read as a category romance. Maybe sleeping with your friend's husband to conceive a child worked in the 1983 smash hit the "Big Chill", but here it just fails miserably. Then again, I was appalled when I first saw it in the movie. But since it only flashed on the screen for a second, and wasn't a major portion of the movie, I could get over it.

However, when you add an asinine heroine that is beyond TSTL, a hero that is AMORAL and two OW (yes two, not
I find it hard giving books a perfect rating, and I'm still a bit unsure that this book didn't deserve it (a lot of outside factors can sway my final vote, like, how distracted I was while reading it). But this was a WELL written book. Elizabeth turned a rather obscure premise into a believable tale of long-suffering and eventual HEAness.

Nadine has loved Cameron since they met years ago (a theme I find massively endearing), and Cameron, it seems had reciprocated at least some of that awareness,
There I was happily reading along about some of my favorite HP tropes. There was even a soap opera esque twist that was fun, when it all went suddenly south. The end of this book was just plain bad. It didn't make sense according to the story as laid out, it was too short and too easy. Mostly though the book was full of misunderstandings and a hero and heroine who were too afraid to admit their love because they knew the other one didn't love them back. So the way the hero approached the heroine ...more
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This book was def unusual of its time and I could have enjoyed it a lot more but a few things just didn't work for me. First this book had adultery regardless of the wife encouraging it for the purpose of a baby and the fact that female lead agreed to it using her mother as a reason to justify it when deep inside she admitted to herself she was doing it for herself just wound me up. I think my main issue though is the fact that the hero admitted that he wanted his marriage to work and so I was l ...more
Young woman's best friend is barren and goes to her begging her to help give her husband the child he longs for. Girl has secretly been in love with her best friends husband and sees this as a way to have him, if only briefly. Girl and husband have sex and girl becomes preggo. Girl then latches on to the1st excuse she can find to renege on giving up the baby and drama ensues.

Gah. I hated it. Nothing made sense.. The reason for not using AI was stupid. Why would a brilliant lawyer not have a wri
wow...this was all kinds of crazy. Morally, ethically, anyway you look at it this should have been totally repugnant. Never mind that the H and the h come across as complete lack-wits at times, ok a lot of the times. The relationships, pretty tangled ones at that, felt cold and lacking in depth and yet we were supposed to be believe love and caring between these players existed. The plot holes were huge, difficult things glossed over or not addressed. And yet I can't remember when last I was gri ...more
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