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The Marriage Command (Contract Brides) (Harlequin Romance, #3777)

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After Logan Pierce gains custody of Claire's orphaned baby nephew, he proposes marriage to her so the child can have a two-parent family. Logan also wants lots more children -- with Claire as their mother -- but insists love won't be part of the bargain!

Claire doesn't want to marry such a tough, cynical man, but soon discovers Logan's kisses are addictive. Can the man who
Paperback, 192 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Harlequin
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Old-fashioned romance. Marriage-of-convenience.

I’ve always admired how Susan Fox writes of the growing sexual awareness while sparing the readers too much information (TMI). For instance, the shaving scene in the bathroom had neither torrid saliva exchange nor acrobatic body clinch and yet it conveyed an intimate connection between two strangers.

I also liked the awkward interaction between the shy toddler/nephew and the gruff cowboy/uncle especially when the hero was on the carpet playing with
This was horrendous.

The author was a teller instead of a shower and often repeated the same words or phrases over and over and over and over and over and over.

The hero was a c**t and the heroine was a weak and spineless pathetic excuse for a woman who forgave all kinds of heinous behavior because "OMG! He's soooooooo hawt!!!!1111!"

There was no chemistry between the characters and the "romance" between them was completely unbelievable, especially in such a short space of time.
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