The Fatherhood Affair
Emma Darcy
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The Fatherhood Affair

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Damien Chandler wants a child! He thinks Natalie Hayes will make the ideal mother.

Natalie Hayes wants a child! She just can't picture Damien Chandler in the role of father.

Natalie has tried not to think of Damien as anything but a business acquaintance, and she succeeds...until the night they share a bed! Damien has never been able to resist a challenge--now he faces the b...more
Published July 1st 2012 by Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Presents 90s (first published November 10th 1995)
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I always liked the amnesia books. It's a chance to forget everything that happened to you. To face new feelings and make yourself stronger or to re-exam the old ones that are coming back. In this book we dealt with that and the understanding of embracing feelings. The book was a very decent read.

Natalie Arnott married Brett Hayes and officially became Natalie Hayes on her wedding day. However Brett was a cheat, an unfaithful liar. The only thing he did right was give Natalie a son, Ryan, whom sh...more
There was not actually a whole lot about fatherhood here. This was a story that took place in about a week and a half which was okay since these two had know each other for 5 years. He had been in love with her throughout her entire marriage to his best friend and this was basically them sorting out their relationship now that she is a widow, so the time frame works. It was pretty well written. There were times when I really didn't like her so well but she did seem realistic as to how she respon...more

This is how you're supposed to write an amnesia book.

The only problem I had it with this book was that it dealt with too many themes (apart from amnesia) in just 190 pages.

Reads like a mystery novel and suddenly in the middle, there's humor, angsty scenes etc. It's been done tastefully, I suppose but I wish the book had stuck with one or two themes and developed more.

Hero has been in love with his business partner's wife since he 1st met her during her wedding 4 years ago. When she comes out of mourning her young son & adulterous husband, he opens up about his feelings towards heroine but she blames hero for abetting her husband's infidelities. His honesty spurs her to face her strong attraction to him, making her run away from him & get hit by a car. She suffers from temporary memory loss, wherein she embraces her feelings towards Hero. Hero warns h...more
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Emma Darcy's life journey has taken as many twists and turns as the characters in her stories, whose international popularity has resulted in over sixty-million book sales. Born in Australia and currently living in a beachside property on the central coast of New South Wales, she travels extensively to research settings and increase her experience of places and people.

Initially a French/English te...more
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