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Pregnancy Proposal (The Saxon Brides, #3) (The Saxon Brides #3)

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His late brother's fiancée was pregnant with a Saxon heir. Yet Amy Wright thought she could just leave town?

Not even the black sheep of the mighty Saxons would allow that. So Heath Saxon propositioned Amy: avoid illegitimacy for her baby by marrying him. Convincing her wasn't easy—until he showed her what a night as his wife would be like.

But Amy has a very big secret abou

Kindle Edition, 192 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Silhouette Desire (first published August 1st 2008)
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Julie (jjmachshev)
Humpf. If you've been reading Tessa Radley's 'Saxon Brides' series from Silhouette, then you will probably want to read "Pregnancy Proposal". If you haven't, meh.

Amy's fiance, the eldest Saxon son, died recently and her emotions have been rather unstable ever since. Now she's pregnant and SO ashamed. She's always been the good girl...what will people think? What will she do?

Heath Saxon has been in love with Amy for so long, but hid his feelings because she was in love with his brother. When he g
I expected more! I found this book a disappointment and although it was, I didn't dislike it. it just seemed poorly written and rushed. There were parts that didn't make any sense, like her hiding the fact that the baby was not Rolands, like why wouldn't the hero be suspicious of that, it doesn't make sense? It also seemed unconnected, you couldn't really feel the emotions of the characters and you lost that emotional connection which is so important in books. Meh.
i like this kind of plot very much but the story was as if if the author had no definite ideas. i also did not feel connected 2 the characters. their feelings did not seem genuine
Short. Fast read. Predictable. But still enjoyable.
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USA Today Bestselling author Tessa Radley considers herself a reader at heart and discovered books at an early age. Growing up in a world surrounded by Nancy Drew, Ken and Flicka, Cherry Ames, Anne of Green Gables, Bilbo Baggins and the ponies of the Pullein-Thompson sisters, she eventually moved on to reading everything she could lay her hands on.

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