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The Rich Man's Virgin (Harlequin Expecting!)

2.74 of 5 stars 2.74  ·  rating details  ·  43 ratings  ·  6 reviews
She was a virgin and he got her pregnant. Now Australian millionaire Jack McKinnon wants to marry Maggie. Maggie isn't about to let her life be taken over, however good Jack makes her feel! Only can she really take a stand now she's carrying Jack's baby...?
ebook, 192 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Harlequin Presents (first published 2005)
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Great read. Liked how the h and H interacted, very refreshing and entertaining. And for a change, the h wasn't some poor girl got pregnant or blackmailed into marriage. However, wish it had an epilogue. 4 and a half star. Half off for abrupt ending.

Slow buildup and not steamy
Virgin trope
Book seems rushed
Didn't get a feel for the characters
Chinablue_25 West Bostedor
Poorly written and bounced around a bit. Kinda stupid. One of the scenes in the book that was instrumental to the two main characters getting to know each other was very poorly orchestrated. The author also didn't do a very good job of making you as the reader get to know the characters (especially the male love interest) fully to the point where you feel you can relate to them and feel a bond with them. Some of the best books I have read were great starting with me bonding with the characters i ...more
Once again I found this book way too slow and I wasn't very interested in it. Normally the pregnancy harlequins are my absolute favorites but recently the ones I've read have been found lacking. I was disappointed with the emotional value from the characters and although the book was written well, it was hard to relate for me. I didn't feel the slightest bit of passion when I read this book, just bittersweet disappointment. I would not read this book again.
This is another one from the Big Bag O' Library Books. This book has the most boring couple ever with the thinnest premise for a plot. (They're both beautiful and rich and she's pregnant with his baby! OH THE CONFLICT!)

If that wasn't bad enough, there's an adoption subplot, with the author constantly making reference to the hero's (who was adopted as a baby) "real" family and his "adoptive" family. It's almost offensive. Boo Lindsay Armstong!!
Head hopping & poorly written!
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