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Pregnant with the Billionaire's Baby

3.53 of 5 stars 3.53  ·  rating details  ·  415 ratings  ·  18 reviews
Jacob "Sin" Sinclair's one night with prim Luccy ended with an unexpected twist: "she" left "him" in the early hours of the morning, without a word!Luccy was overawed by the sinful billionaire's luxury penthouse. Her cheeks still burn when she thinks of how she succumbed to one night of exquisite pleasure. But her shame is only heightened when she discovers she's expecting...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2009)
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Delaney Diamond
Normally, I love HP books. They're fast-paced and I can read them in one day. Carole Mortimer has been writing for years, and I usually like her stories. I like them enough that I ignore her odd overuse of exclamation points throughout her books.

This one didn't quite do it for me, though. The main problem is that the hero and heroine argued constantly. Half the time, I didn't know why they were fighting. It seemed to be just a way to keep them apart. As the story wore on, it grew harder to finis...more
I hated the bitch annoying heroine who all she did was insult and degrade the hero and then suddenly and magically she is in love. Um, huh? Am I supposed to believe it? Awful, boring, repetitive and zero plot!
 Danielle The Book Huntress (Angels Weep For Goodreads)
This is a mediocre book by an author who I feel has written some excellent books in her time. I think the whole set up was underwhelming. I have always felt the scenario of falling into bed together shortly after meeting due to an ungovernable attraction a hard one to pull off. Not an auspicious start to a true love story, in my opinion. I can't see why Luccy was so compelled to allow Sin to jump her bones. Especially for a woman who was so cautious about men and circumspect in her love life. Ye...more
After one sizzling night together the heroine creeps out of the heroes room. Only for him to track her down and find out she was pregnant. He tries forcing her into a marriage that she doesn't want to the point where she is absolutely unhappy. Then when you think things can't get any worse, the villain stick his nose into it and says the baby are his. With no trust and the hero not showing her any love, she decides to leave. Only for the hero to find out the truth and begging her back.
Carole Mortimer is an author I will definitely pick up.

Opens very promisingly when the Heroine - Luccy is inspired to use the hero - Sin, who's a stranger to her in a bid to evade the advances of a client. Sin takes Luccy to his Suite in order to administer her a restorative brandy and ... passion overtakes them.

Then comes the misunderstanding. I didn't like that Sin was so ready to believe the creepy client but did not even think of asking Luccy for an explanation. That's why this book gets 3...more
I hated both these characters and was mildly encouraged that they seemed to feel the same way about each other. Then suddenly - they're in love. Um, huh? Awful!
I don't know why I ever read HP books; I never end up liking them. This one is no exception
Fera フェルナンダ
In my opinion, the romance was a bit too rushed and there's almost no chemistry between the hero and heroine that I feel like reading a fast-paced-thrilled-action rather than a sweet (with some drama involved, I guess) romance which I first expected. That was why for the 2.5 stars. It could have been better though.
Bas Lee
Prachtig, zo ergerlijk stereotype
I much prefer a heroine that stands up to her hero.
Harlequins are what they are and Carole Mortimer is still one of my favorite authors, that said-- a lot of HR and her books have the same formula and story and she has gotten a little racier then what I remembered these are still my quick, guilty pleasure reads.
I loved this book. Sin and Luccy have a amazing one night together until Luccy runs out on Sin and he thinks she after his money. But after finding out she pregnant with his baby he takes her to his home in states and try everything to work things out but because he's listen to some unhappy people he believes her to be a gold digger. Great story. Awesome HEA. 5stars
Too many exclamation marks. And is it really necessary to name a character Luccy (with two c's), just to make it different? It was annoying to read.
This was a nice easy read that didn't need to much work put into it.
Rae T
Hero was amazing, heroine was annoying.

4.5 stars.
Brittney Bower
one of the worse books I have ever read.
Tonya Warner
A good story.
Loved it!!
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Carole Mortimer was born in a village in England that she claims was so small that "if you blinked as you drove through it you could miss seeing it completely!" She adds that her parents still live in the house where she first came into the world, and her two brothers live very close by.

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