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The Magnate's Pregnancy Proposal

3.26  ·  Rating Details ·  86 Ratings  ·  12 Reviews
Chastity Stevens was carrying a Masters child…but not from the brother she thought. Though she'd received in vitro fertilization to carry her dying husband's child, she didn't realize it was his brother's sample she'd used.

Millionaire Gabe Masters had never cared for his brother's wife…or so he always told himself. When Chastity revealed she was pregnant by her late husban
Paperback, 183 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Silhouette Books (first published December 15th 2009)
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Apr 20, 2017 Desirée rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Leído el 29/08/2010
This is a fairly familiar type of story--and the twists in the plot will come as no surprise to regular romance readers--yet Hyatt keeps it feeling fresh. Gabe despises his brother's widow, a gold-digger who kept Tom estranged from his family. But he is no longer able to keep her out of his life when he discovers she's pregnant--because he knows the sperm used for her IVF was his.

(Okay, this part of the story is kind of dumb. Gabe "replacing" his brother's stored sperm doesn't make much sense, a
Sep 17, 2012 Dalia rated it really liked it
Maybe the original plot is OTT ( Gabe replacing his brother's sperms, & Chastity getting pregnant with his child, thinking its her late husband child ) but I liked the progress of the relationship between Gabe & Chastity. At the begining , Gabe saw Chastity as a gold digger, who had only married Tom, his brother, for his money & his social status & who had put a wedge between Tom & his family. His contempt wars with a strong attraction to Chastity. As the story unfolds, Gabe ...more
Apr 21, 2012 Tia rated it it was ok
The book just seemed so damn fishy to me. Like really? Covering up the fact you are gay by marrying the woman your brother is in love with? Then having your now decease husband implant you with his brothers sperm. Like holy crappers! It went from bad to confusing to great to fricken nuts and then BANG, there is the ending in two whole seconds. Not to mention, how did her husband die? Why did he want her pregnant with his brothers baby? What's the deal with the heroine's family? Oh and why the he ...more
Nov 20, 2013 Roub rated it it was ok
i felt torn abt the book.. it was good n nt good at the same time. it had the usual cliches but was written differently. gabe was not dat bad, he was not awful wid her. but maybe dat was the problem, der was not enough angst. it was quite extreme also. why chastity chose 2 marry an homosexual !? only 4 comfort ? y not look 4 a kind man who cud be a real husband 2 her ?? y the brother tricked chass wid the pregnancy thing ? he made her pregnant wid gabe's sperm not his n dats unforgivable. a woma ...more
Jan 22, 2013 Marimarime rated it really liked it
undertone in the book is kind of sad at first dealing with Tom's death and it's sedate trough whole story while it unfolds and our h/H slowly restore feelings for each other and learn their true selves away on the island. they're both nice and mature
May 06, 2011 Joanne rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
IVF brings a whole new realm for romance writers to use when bringing a hero and heroine together and Sandra Hyatt has done a good job with the MPP.
Apr 12, 2016 Daniela rated it it was amazing
Surprisingly good and very entertaining for a short read
Jun 03, 2011 Bethany rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2011-read, fiction
Lost interest halfway through.
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Non-asshole hero, non-victim heroine, a pregnancy, past misunderstandings, actual conversations, listening, the giving of chances, growing attraction… What's not to love? (Emotionally satisfying.)
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I wasn't very keen on reading this book but I was really hoping that it would turn out better than I had expected. Unfortunately, it didn't. It was okay at best.
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I’ve always loved reading – it started with The Famous Five and Nancy Drew. And then when I was older I discovered Jane Austen, the Bronte sisters and Georgette Heyer, thus sealing my fate as a romance junkie.

So, although I’ll read pretty much anything with words on a page, it’s romance I come back to every time, to pick me up, to envelop me in a different world, to make me laugh, to make me sigh.
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