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The Boss's Baby (Harlequin Presents, #2064) by Miranda Lee
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Jan 08, 12

bookshelves: category-romance, harlequin-presents, harlequin-silhouette, read-in-2012
Read in January, 2012

Rating 4.5

I loved this book, even the silliness of the heroine, her self-doubts, about herself the hero and herself, you see she had always been the planner in her life, sensible, dressing conservatively, saving money(since her family didn't have much), making plans but it all went to hell when the man she thought she would marry left her, called her boring and sexless, after feeling despondent she breaks out at her work party, lets her hair down, drinks and seduces her straight-laced boss and then finds herself pregnant.

I liked the hero a lot, he was kind of an intellectual and you could tell he cared for the heroine even when she acted all self-conscious, pushing him away.

I found the book fun and sweet.
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