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The Riccioni Pregnancy

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For the baby's sake...

Zito and Roxane Riccioni were still married when they accidentally conceived their baby. But they hadn't lived together for over a year Roxane's unexpected announcement left Zito in no doubt--the marriage was definitely back on.

Roxane knew Zito would want their baby to have two parents. Still, she didn't expect him to move in right away But they did h
ebook, Harlequin Presents #2305, 192 pages
Published November 2010 by Harlequin Books (first published 2003)
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When The Riccione Pregnancy starts, Zito shows up on the doorstep of Roxane, his estranged wife. Roxane left Zito because she was feeling stifled and strangled by his treatment of her as a porcelain doll. She felt that her sense of identity was being absorbed into that of only one role, his wife. She tried to communicate this to Zito, but he didn’t listen. Her only option in her mind was to leave him.

When this couple reunite, at first it felt tedious. The continual rehashing of why they separate
This was a decent read its same as The Whirlwind Marriage

Zito-Roxane are married,Zito loves her so very much and gives her everything even before she asks which makes Roxane smothered and she is unhappy but instead of telling Zito about it she runs away breaking Zito's heart and giving him pain and hurt,she herself went through pain and hurt

The story was good to read but here the greatest weak point is the heroine Roaxane,she is one confused selfish woman,i completely understand her need for in
Dec 26, 2012 Tia rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Read a while back, finally going through all my harlequins and marking them on goodreads. The start of this novel was slow and confusing. I didn't like how it was written, nor did I truly like the story. It was just okay. The best thing about this novel was the whole fact that our hero got our heroine pregnant on purpose to hold onto her.
Nov 16, 2009 Christian rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Salah satu novel Harlequin yang bikin ngantuk (saking boringnya). Bleh!
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