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The Baby Dilemma

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Philippe and Kellie Didier have been blissfully married for just a month when a revelation blows their world apart. A woman Philippe once knew, before he met Kellie, claims he is the father of her child. What's more, the innocent baby now needs a home....

Kellie is left with a dilemma. Can she take in this newborn boy even when he might not be her husband's? And can their m
Paperback, Harlequin Romance #3710, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by Harlequin Books
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Mar 09, 2012 Tia rated it it was amazing
I have to say I loved this book. It had so many emotions in it, not to mention after the serious, it also got funny. It made you feel different moods and relate to the characters a lot better. I love even more the concept of a woman who would take another woman's child, her husbands child and potentially raise him or her. It takes a big heart to accept and do that. All together the book was lovely, the plot was daring compared to other harlequin novels and it was fluent, well written and spoke ...more
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Nov 06, 2016 Anu Viikki rated it did not like it
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Although this book has all the necessary ingredients for an excellent vichyssoise – surprise baby from a one-night-stand, misunderstandings, hero’s extreme mental distress, heroine's life endangered, guilt, lengthy confessions, and cute epilogue – it really left me cold and wanting more. More scruples, that is.

You see, I have this foible: I’m anti-machiavellianism. I do not believe that the end justifies the means. Generally speaking, people may not misuse nor abuse other people, especiall
Jul 15, 2012 Paula rated it really liked it
This story is enhanced if you first read the love story of the friends who play such an important role is this romance.

That story "The Prince's Choice" can be found in the double book "His Majesty's Marriage", Harlequin Romance, No 3703. The novella contains the romance between Prince Raoul and Lee Gresham.
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