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The Pregnancy Ultimatum

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Pregnant with the bachelor's baby When wealthy garden designer Will Daynes and uptight city girl Amanda Neave agree to swap lives for a TV show, they soon discover they're chalk and cheese. Certainly neither expects the intense attraction that sparks between them, and Amanda just can't resist the temptations of the ruggedly handsome renowned bachelor. But will this hot aff ...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published January 8th 2008 by Harlequin Books (first published January 12th 2007)
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Jun 14, 2015 Jess rated it did not like it
I did not really feel this. The reveals to each other about their respective damage came too late for me to really buy into their potential future happiness.
Oct 16, 2011 Rob rated it it was ok
I enjoyed the last chapter, and the Epilogue, the rest of the book...not so much. It is a LifeSwap between the main characters (total opposites) where they each spend a week in the life of the other one's job. Will's character is very laid back and relaxed, while Amanda's character is very uptight and scheduled (she was very grating on my nerves by the way) What bothered me most throughout almost the entire book was her wanting him "but I can't" wanting him to kiss her "but I can't" actually get ...more
Dec 01, 2012 Teresa rated it liked it
Standard Harlequin romance fare. Cute read but nothing exceptional. I find myself increasingly irritated with Harlequin's titles though...there was no pregnancy ultimatum. Often the titles imply the pregnancy or whatever is key to the story. Bah! That event does not even happen until the last chapter or two and is incidental to the ultimate story. The misleading title irritated me for the whole story.
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Kate Hardy is an award-winning author of more than 70 books for Harlequin Mills & Boon. Her novel 'Breakfast at Giovanni's' won the RNA Romance Prize in 2008 and 'Bound by a Baby' won the RNA RoNA Rose in 2014; she's been shortlisted five more times for the award, as well as for two Romantic Times awards.

She lives in Norwich in the east of England with her husband, two children, a springer spa
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