Billionaire's Borrowed Baby
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Billionaire's Borrowed Baby

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"She'd once been his world. Now, she'll be his wife."Luc Cavallo runs a multimillion-dollar business. He handles crises without blinking. Until the woman he once loved appears in his office, looking as beautiful as she did a decade ago. Holding someone else's baby and asking Luc for protection.

No one who knows his history with Hattie Parker would blame him if he kicked her...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Harlequin Desire
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Alexis-Morgan Roark
Wow. I was really prepared to hate this guy, but he was such a big old softie throughout that I only semi-hated him. The heroine, on the other had, thoroughlly irritated me and I wanted her gone and some other heroine to step in her place. Just ugh! She redeems herself towards the end and allows herself to be a PERSON beyond what she let her mother turn her into.
☂ ℬrandi
I'm beginning to wonder if I have a prejudice against babies in books. They don't seem to get in the way of the plot or the more steamy things. They are always conveniently tucked away when the more fleshy stuff happens. They even often add tender or amusing touches and many of those moments are so sweet you ache. However, every Harlequin I've read featuring an infant (sometimes even a pregnancy) has received a low rating. Well, apart from Honorable Intentions, which was pretty good; I'd bet my...more
Dancer
She'd once been his world. Now, she'll be his wife.
Luc Cavallo runs a multimillion-dollar business. He handles crises without blinking. Until the woman he once loved appears in his office, looking as beautiful as she did a decade ago. Holding someone else's baby and asking Luc for protection.

No one who knows his history with Hattie Parker would blame him if he kicked her out. But he won't be cruel, not with a child involved. So, he'll play Daddy to Hattie's adopted child. And then he'll finally...more
Alicia (is beyond tired of your *ish)
1.5 Honestly, there's no point in me writing up a review for this. I'd just be picking everything apart. It was a nonsensical story and the characters contradicted themselves nearly every other line. At a certain point everything they said turned into gibberish they were so all over the map. Just imagine a constant stream of over exaggerated eye rolls, heavy sighs and me in this exact position throughout most of the book –especially through the ending and the unnecessary and entirely predictable...more
Jennifer Mcpherson
I keep reading her books hoping and hoping her writing would improve. Plots are good but something is missing I keep hoping to get the big bang instead I get a BIG flop...Maybe if she reads other authors she'll get better....
Radiant
Overall was a good read!
If u love Babies and Arrogant Billionaires like me :p
Ann (Noumena12)
Wonders if we will get Leo's story next...
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Janice Maynard came to the writing life early! When her third grade short story, “The Princess and the Robbers”, won a red ribbon in a school arts fair, Janice was hooked. She followed up that early success with a more commercial piece in the sixth grade… “Why My Mom Loves To Drink Coke”. No advance for that one, but she won a six-pack of Coke… remember those great little bottles?

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