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Italian's Pregnancy Proposal
by Maggie Cox
From store assistant to society bride...When tall, dark, rich and gorgeous Dante di Andrea made love to her, Bliss knew she couldn't keep him in her life. But then he discovered she was pregnant! Dante was furious! No child of his would be brought up in poverty.However, Bliss wasn't happy when Dante proposed. Surely he needed to marry a woman of his own kind--and do it for ...more
ebook, 192 pages
Published August 1st 2008 by Harlequin Presents Extra
(first published January 1st 2005)
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Bliss worked as a shop girl at the cosmetic counter of a London department store. Serving wealthy women was not the job she had hoped for but her lack of career education and family support limited her choices. A lovely well dressed woman passed out at the counter while inquiring about a lipstick. When Bliss rushed around the counter to help her she saw the charming little girl in the stroller. The woman's last words before the ambulance came was "take care of my child". Bliss took the little gi ...more
I stumble upon this book by accident. I was looking for a similar title book. Then I try to read this book. Ok.. It's really cute. And I do really Bliss. She really is a tough fighter. Parts of her action really do reflect myself. Lol. Can be as stubborn as a bull. Can't be help if we have the same growing up environment. As for Dante.. Bit of dense as I suppose but other than that.. I kinda like him. Maybe I do like a bit of forceful guys. But not too forceful. ...more
Maggie Cox loved to write almost as soon as she learned to read. Her favorite occupation was daydreaming and making up stories in her head, and this particular pastime has stayed with her through all the years of growing up, starting work, marrying and raising a family. No matter what was going on in her life, whether joy, happiness, struggle or disappointment, she'd go to bed each night and lose ...moreMore about Maggie Cox...