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Parents of Convenience

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Max Saunders receives the shock of his life when he discovers he's the father of twin sons he'd had no idea existedand now they are entirely under his care! How will Max cope with instant single fatherhood? By getting a nanny….

Phoebe Gilbert doesn't relish the thought of living with Max, but she can't say no when little children need her! Phoebe soon re

Paperback, Harlequin Romance #3858, 192 pages
Published August 2005 by Harlequin Books (first published June 2005)
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Jan 07, 2015 Kay rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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3 Stars ~ All alone in the world, except for her best friend Katherine, 22 year old Phoebe chose child care for a profession. She'd learnt that she was incapable of having her own children and caring for other's seemed to fill part of that hole in her heart. When Katherine calls to tell her her brother Max is desperate for help, Phoebe of course agrees to step in. It seems Max has just been handed his twin four year-old sons upon the accidental death of their mother; sons he hadn't known he fath ...more
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Jan 10, 2016 María Greene rated it did not like it
Foooooome. Fome el libro. Muy, pero muy predecible, pero sin ese "qué sé yo", que igual hace que un libro predecible valga la pena. Fue casi como leer el diario de un preadolescente con el "me dijo, no me dijo, me mira, no me mira", además.

Me aburrí tanto que al final ni siquiera lo terminé.
Susan (susayq ~)
2.5 stars.

Meh. This was ok. The couple argued like crazy for the first 3/4 of the book. The only reason I gave it the half star up is because Max finally came around and told her he loved her and they ended up with a HEA and pregnant.
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