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Dominic's Child

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Dominic's child was also Sophie's son...

Sophie and Dominic shared one night of love...the result was Ryan.

Sophie was determined to bring the baby up by herself. After all, Dominic had made it perfectly clear that Sophie was the person responsible for ruining his life. But, if that was the case, why did he pursue her and propose marriage to her? On the
ebook, Harlequin Presents #1873, From Here to Paternity #3, 144 pages
Published July 2011 by Harlequin (first published November 1996)
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"Larga noche de amor"
Oct 23, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Dominic lost his fiancée in a boating accident in the Caribbean. He blames Sophie for her death.

Sophie dislikes Dominic, but understands that he's in pain. While trying to console him they end up in bed together and she finds herself pregnant.

This is a tumultuous story. Sophie is very insecure about her place in Dominic's life and at the first challenge, she ran. Dominic didn't help the situation by being a typical alpha male and trying to control everything.

The book was better than I expecte
Sep 18, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Short but very cute. I did enjoy reading it and I loved the heroine. Especially how moral and brave she was throughout the whole thing. She was also very independent or else she wouldn't of left the hero, expecting to raise her child alone. It all worked out quite well.
Dec 31, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This book was better then I thought it would be when I started it. I like to get a description of the characters so that I can picture them I my head. The earlier in the book the better. This didn't happen, so for the first chapter I was despairing! But the author took pity on me and eventually gave a sloppy description. From then on it got better. The book was fast pace and I didn't skim parts of it, which I usually do.
Yvonne Gom
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Sep 01, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
About 2/3 of the book I was getting annoyed with the story due to the miscommunications but the ending was great. The book even had an epilogue which is always neat to me.
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In the past, Catherine Spencer has been an English teacher which was the springboard for her writing career. Heathcliff, Rochester, Romeo and Rhett were all responsible for her love of brooding heroes! Catherine has had the lucky honour of being a Romance Writers of America RITA finalist and has been a guest speaker at both international and local conferences and was the only Canadian chosen to a ...more
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