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Finn's Pregnant Bride

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Catherine Walker is on vacation in Greece, where she meets gorgeous Irish property tycoon Finn Delaney. Their strong mutual attraction leads them to a night of mad, passionate love.

Then Catherine learns she is pregnant! She tells Finn the truth, and they embark on a marriage of convenience for the baby's sake. But what happens to the simmering passion that drew them togeth

Published December 6th 2002 by Harlequin Mills & Boon
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The heroine Catherine is on holiday alone after her long term relationship ended, where she meets Finn, the hero. They have dinner and spend the next morning together where they both feel a connection. When Catherine returns home she realises that she wants to see Finn again so, encouraged by her editor to write a story on Dublin for her magazine, she travels to Dublin and gets in contact with him. Finn is surprised to but pleased to hear from Catherine as she has been on his mind since the holi...more
When the hero and heroine meet on Greece while they are both on vacation, they can't seem to deny the chemistry they feel. So when the heroine returns to England and the hero returns to Ireland it was a whimsical parting. The heroine was offered an opportunity to visit Ireland so she took it and looked up the hero for a night of amazing pleasure and passion, only to return to England. When the heroine found out her boss had betrayed her and wrote an article about the hero, she quits her job. The...more
Trots att manhela tiden visste ungefär vad som skulle hända samt helt osannolik histora som saknar verklighetsförankring, så var den ändå ganska underhållande för stunden.
WRONG BOOK got added to reading now lol dunno how to delete it hahaha
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Loved it - and it was set in Ireland which is always a huge bonus.
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