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Designed to Annoy by Elizabeth Oldfield
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Aug 25, 12

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

Rating 3.5 stars
h mistakes the H as the father of the baby her renter abandoned and finds out that he is the uncle. The hero doesn't believe his dead half brother fathered the baby but the heroine is determined, she came to Germany all the way from London so that Rudy could have a family so she goes to Rudy's grandmother. The hero is quite a dynamic man who runs his family and has since the age of 27 when he rebuilt the family business, he is quite suspicious of the heroine and her motives at first but comes to see that she is not a liar. I think it was fairly obvious that the hero had feelings for her because he kept on rejecting her chosen nannies, the hero also had baggage from his previous marriage(he had to marry because his wife got pregnant & then that killed her). I liked the heroine, her willingness to put everything away for Rudy, how she stuck to her guns in front of the hero, all endeared her to me. Decent book with decent characters. The book was different because it had a German setting and hero & a heroine who was fluent in the language.
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AgentScully Fab review Saly! I liked this one too.


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Dee Nice review Saly! ☺


Saly AgentScully wrote: "Fab review Saly! I liked this one too."

Thanks Scully!


Saly Dee wrote: "Nice review Saly! ☺"

Thanks, Dee.


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