The Billionaire's Baby Negotiation (Mills & Boon Desire)
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The Billionaire's Baby Negotiation (Mills & Boon Desire)

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Texas billionaire Joc Arnaud had triumphed over his illegitimate roots to become a business legend. And no baby of his would grow up as he had. So whether Rosalyn Oakley liked it or not, their child would bear his name. As would she. He knew Rosalyn wanted to run away, but she wasn't going anywhere with his baby.
ebook, 127 pages
Published 2008 by Harlequin Mills & Boon Ltd. (first published May 1st 2007)
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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Angels Weep For Goodreads)
While this was a good book, it didn't really touch me on a deep level. I enjoyed reading it, but no huge impression was made. I'm a little disappointed by that, because normally I enjoy reading Ms. Leclaire's novels very much. Maybe it just wasn't a good weekend to read this one. Having said that, I look forward to reading the book about Joc's sister, Ana, who marries a Prince.

Things I liked about this story:

Honesty between the hero and heroine--neither of them played any games. They were straig...more
Angie
I am taking a Romance Writing course and quickly realized that in most of the books that I read, romance is secondary to something else. I decided to study the romance genre more throughly by reading Harlequins.

The Billionaire's Baby Negotiation follows the romance formula taught in my class while still holding my attention. I enjoyed the book and appreciated its brevity.
Yun Merripen
suka bgt sama karakter joc yg to the point, otoriter dan protektif bgt....^^
awal ny joc hanya ingin ranch rosalyn...tp stl ketemu face to face dgn rosalyn keinginan joc jd berubah....
kalimat yg paling top itu..pas rosalyn nanya what do you want now??? n si joc lgs jb..."you"

rencana ny one night stand akhr ny jd berlanjut...

karakter rosalyn tuh salah satu tokoh cew yg q suka krn berkarakter bgt n g gampang d intimidasi ....

ending cerita byk cerita keluarga arnaud yg terungkap....

kenapa y gpu g ne...more
Meetu
Good read. Missed something in the story though can't pinpoint what.
A.M.
There was potential for a great plot and a lot of heat but I felt that overall the book was really flat. All the elements and sticky problems were there to make an entertaining read, but I just wasn't pulled in. It's not emotionally stimulating.

I do have to say the book is better than the title makes it sound, and that (at least in the beginning) there are hints of a fun story, but somewhere between the original idea and the execution of the idea, something went wrong.
Lou
Another one with a slightly silly title, but this actually does what it says on the tin - the negotiations between the hero and heroine are a nice running theme throughout. Rather refreshingly, there are solid reasons for conflict, too. A fun read.
Tia
The book felt incomplete, it was kind of a crappy read. I remember now why I don't read much Day Leclaire novels. They never make me feel happy afterwards, just annoyed.
Flitterkit
Ok. Brings me back to reading harlequins in HS. Pretty standard stuff, but a few fun quirks and I liked the characters.
Kel
A better story than the title would indicate. Also indicates that I was desperate for books while deployed.
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