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The Italian Count's Baby

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Her secret baby bombshell

Nurse Katya Petrova believes her unborn baby really needs its father. Only talented Italian surgeon Count Benedetto, with whom she spent one passionate night, has no idea that she is pregnant!

From the moment he sees Katya again it is clear Benedetto wants to be a father to his child, and he offers her marriage – for the baby’s sake! But Katya soon
paperback, Mills & Boon Medical #1443
Published October 2007 by Harlequin Mills & Boon
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Feb 21, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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4 Stars! ~ Katya Petrova is a surgical nurse with MedSurg an aid group on missions to the war torn regions of the world. Determined never to become emotionally involved, she thrived on the adrenaline charged environment. Count Beneditto Medeci was Katya’s only source of angst. The playboy surgeon seemed to know just what buttons to push to get her rattled. Katya captivated Ben. No other woman treated him so openly with disdain, and Ben found that intoxicatingly sexy. When Ben receives some devas ...more
Fiona Marsden
Sep 16, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is the linked book to The Surgeon's Meant-to-be-Bride. Katya and Ben are fellow Medical team members.

Katya is carrying a lot of baggage from her impoverished childhood where she had to carry far too much responsibility. So when she falls pregnant the night she spent comforting a grieving Ben, she knows she can't take on the role of mother to this child.

Ben is an Italian playboy, a Count with a wealthy family and long lineage. His upbringing was worlds away from Katya's but he had his own se
Shatarupa  Dhar
Feb 24, 2018 rated it really liked it
The easy banter and exchanged barbs between Katya and Ben were hilarious and serious!
Aug 09, 2016 rated it liked it
Her, sneering at the wealthy was a little irksome. You can be both wealthy and compassionate, the two are not mutually exclusive!

And then she was a drama queen, so unnecessary like trying to run away when she wanted her baby. Sigh I don't know if i'm cynical but Harlequin should not be read by younger girls, builds up seriously unrealistic expectations!!

All the angst I know that's the point of harlequin but guy seriously camman!!!

Up until she got all irrational, I like her backbone, then again
Feb 25, 2015 rated it liked it
2.5-3.0 Stars.

Oh, Scribd, why do you offer such awfully addictive material? Seriously, Harlequin is like cotton candy—I know it's no good for me, that it's just fluff, but it's such a guilty pleasure!
Jan 03, 2010 rated it liked it
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quotes#301931 from my notebook

... and turned off the coast road onto the Via Pasitea, the main thoroughfare that meandered down through the maze of cliff-face villas of Positano. p18
[i love the word "meander":]

Amy Andrews
Aug 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Linked book. First book The Sugeon's Meant- To-Be Bride.
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