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Surprise Delivery

3.74  ·  Rating details ·  3,243 ratings  ·  308 reviews
One night was all had.

Do you think now is a good time to tell him?
Steamy contemporary romance.
Kindle Edition, 372 pages
Published February 18th 2019
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Feb 28, 2019 rated it did not like it
This book makes me physically angry.

DO NOT keep a man in the dark about his own child.
DO NOT then go on to sleep with said man while still withholding the information that he has a child.
DO NOT have the man hang around his own child without knowing it’s his child.

75% and he still didn’t know. Are you kidding me? At this point I hope he takes you to court
Debbie DiFiore
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Denise Walker
Mar 04, 2019 rated it did not like it
I almost finished it... Unfortunately

I don't even know where to start. This rubbish should not have taken a whole day to read. The internal monologue became unbearable. I skipped pages and still kept up with the story. This idiot girl Meets this man has sex with him and gets pregnant. Said girl i.e., the h, decided to keep the child. She's a struggling female in a job she hates because of the blatant sexual harassment she faces from the partners I the law firm she works at. She's the most
Mia Nemour
Feb 20, 2019 rated it did not like it
what a waste of time .
i don't know how this got a 4 stars but for me if there was a no star this will get it and the book was long for nothing .
so the F lead meets the M lead and they do the deed for like 15mins or so any way the guy was going to war zone and told her that he is coming back after it's done , the F lead got pregnant she is scared of course this is not something easy anyway things keeps going the M lead go back home still thinking about the M lead and he wants to meet her.
well as
The abs have deceived me guys. Now I have trust issues.

Surprise Delivery was unsurprisingly boring as fuck. I wanted to like.. truly I did.. but I honestly have no idea what the heck even happened in it. I know for a fact that the MC's were Duncan and Alexis because how could I forget two super boring people? Spoiler alert: You can definitely forget them quite easily.. I had to go back into the book to find out who they were.

Now Duncan and Alexis have a one night stand - sounds amazing right?
My Pink Fairytales
I had trouble deciding if i should put it on “contemporary romance” shelve or erotica.
The main characters have sex within minutes of meeting each other and the rest of sex scenes are pretty intense and full of details, so... Erotica?
But then, there’s a lot more to this book than sex. It has a plot and twists and turns. It might sound strange, but even if i didn’t like so many things about it, i couldn’t put it down. That’s a first for me. If i don’t like what i’m reading and especially if it’s
0 Wish I could Quit You Stars
I guess I am this reader who keeps thinking I will get the repeat fun I had from R.R. Banks' Accidental Fiance. Yup, I am also a sucker for all of blurbs and covers. Lately, I have not had any of those moments I craved.

With this book, I just had to say, time to step away. I have no patience for withholding truth, especially parenthood when there is no reason to withhold.

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Feb 21, 2019 rated it it was ok
I skimmed through the book because I found the narration boring. It had potentials as a story but they weren't delivered properly for my liking. I liked Duncan, he was a straight forward character, I had a huge problem with Alexis and her behavior. He's good to sleep with but not good enough to tell him he has a daughter, that shit ain't fly.
“Life is an uncertain, messy thing. Especially when emotions get involved and everything seems so immediate. But, even in our pain, that's what gives our
Jessica Davis
Mar 08, 2019 rated it did not like it
Just not good.

Let us start with the good things. They did the "villians" pretty well in that both of these dudes could been seen as somewhat good in a different light. You habe Henry who wants to protect his brother but his methods are horrible. You have Brad who is in love with his best friend. Yet he turns out to be a possessive creeper because she does not return his affection. Granted at ome point she even admits to using him and lies by omission at many points in the story. Not just to him
Mar 03, 2019 rated it did not like it
Interesting ....

I first of all want to say I enjoyed this book and it was a delightful read. My rating has more to do with the fact that I didn’t like the way it handled some very crucial and socially important narratives. The book ignores, blatant sexual harassment in the workplace, creating a hostile work environment, abuse of staff, and unfair labor practices (conspiring to terminate a woman because she is pregnant)... just to name a few. The fact that these were glossed over was very
Anne OK
Apr 07, 2019 rated it it was ok
There were so many disturbing wrongs committed by the h in this story. Don't get me wrong - some I could wrap my head around, but overall NO WAY. She took the secrets way too far. First off, the insta-hook up might have been a record -- one of those where eyes meet when she spills champagne all over his tux -- and boom they're suddenly in a conference room having a sexual marathon while one wears a ball gown to boot. I certainly didn't view it as believable if you're looking for long term. It's ...more
Mar 06, 2019 rated it did not like it
Very long winded

I mean, if you don’t mind 2 pages of inner monologue in the middle of a conversation, then you probably won’t have an issue. I felt like it just dragged on, as I said, page after page of inner monologue, very little actual dialogue between characters. I think the part that turned me off the book the most was the fact that here they are, let’s say “dating” for a couple of months, and she keeps the fact that this child he sees every single time he sees this woman, is actually his
Amanda Nowezki
Mar 10, 2019 rated it did not like it
Great start

The book started out great and than turned annoying. The main character was an mooch. She would "get dressed" whenever she had to make adult decision. She just wanted to sit at home and hold her baby not think about a job, money, etc.. Than to not tell the man you supposedly love that he's the father is cruel.
Mar 11, 2019 rated it did not like it

So very bad. It's ridiculous, teeming with unnecessary details and so cheesy. It's like bad 70's porn, but not nearly as hot. Boring. I skipped through five chapters and missed nothing.
Mar 09, 2019 rated it it was ok
I’m not a fan of the secret baby genre in general and especially when there is NO REASON AT ALL to keep the baby a secret.

To top it off, this book lacked romance. I wasn’t really rooting for the couple.
Feb 26, 2019 rated it did not like it
I tried.

I tried so hard to like this book. I just couldn’t. I didn’t like the best friend after they found out the heroine was pregnant. I didn’t like the weird/creepy relationship with the other guy. I didn’t like the hero’s brother. I didn’t like how she has a million chances to tell him the baby is his, but never does (at least not before I quit reading). This is one of my rare DNF. I was over 3/4 through the book, but I just couldn’t bring myself to read anymore. The storyline could have
Feb 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
Duncan and Alexis are from two different worlds, but share a passionate night together when they meet at a masked ball. Duncan then goes off to Syria to volunteer as a Physician but he can’t forget about her and they see each other again under very odd circumstances. Fast-paced read with plenty of drama, emotion and steam. I really liked the characters as well as the story. A good read.
Mar 02, 2019 rated it it was ok

The book was off to a good start. I liked both main characters and their very real connection. The story was written well and interesting. I'm really disappointed by the whole Sandra thing. That's not how I would prefer that to have gone at all. This is a romance, so I don't want a main character getting aroused by an OW or saying to her and to himself that he would sleep with her if not for the other main character. If he was lying to her to be nice, fine, but he wasn't. He was turned on by
Story of wealthy doctor Duncan and Alexis a secretary for a law firm of d-bags who really wants to be a nurse but can't afford to stay in the nursing program. They have a one night stand and she gets pregnant despite their condom usage. He ends up in doctors without borders program in Syria and goes away for 8 months.

In the meantime she ends up leading on a psychopath while pregnant and going into preterm labor on the street at 8.5 months -- after seeing D again and having a fight with the
Feb 20, 2019 rated it liked it
This was a good read. Duncan and Alexis have a one night stand before he leaves to go to Syria. When he gets back he runs into her. Things aren't quite what he thinks. Thankfully by the end it all gets worked out. My only complaint is I didn't like how Alexis handled everything. However, I did understand why she would maybe think that way. I was just glad that his mother talked some sense into him in the end.
Tenikqua Nacoste
Mar 01, 2019 rated it liked it

I’m on the fence. On one hand even though there are a few editing mistakes the book is not poorly written. It’s really decent actually and the author does a good job with pacing. I like most things about this book. Honestly, truly, I do. But I don’t recommend it, at all. Because on the other hand, the heroine is so annoying at times I wanted to throw my phone at the wall. Almost all of the conflict she faces in the book is her fault and when the time comes for her to make decisions she
Feb 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
Good book

This wasn’t the best book from Banks but it still enjoyed reading it! Look forward to more books from Banks
A little birdie told me...
Not a bad little story.
Mar 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
I saw this book in Amazon top 5 this week and I was completely drawn by the cute description of the book, I couldn't wait to read it.

I really enjoyed it, but if some things could have been done differently, it would have been even better.

The only thing I hated were the inner dialogues that are pretty heavy in the first 1/3 of the story. I skipped some of those because were really repetitive. Then they become sporadic and the story started to draw me in. And I really enjoyed it. Many reviews
Jackie (Jackie's Book World)
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Not having read any other books by the author before, I wasn’t sure what to expect before reading Surprise Delivery. Needless to say, I was impressed with the overall story. There is a mixture of everything in the book, from romance to suspense.

In the story we get to meet Duncan Clyburne, whose job as a surgical chief has him catering to the elite of New York. It’s his looks and name that get him to where he is today, yet Duncan wants to use
Reading Lady
Feb 25, 2019 rated it it was ok

This starts off with promise but goes down hill. After the initial meet, the first half of the book is the pregnant h in NY and the H in Syria working for Physicians Worldwide (like Doctors Without Borders) and unaware she's pregnant. In the second half the H has come back and this is where it becomes unbelievable.

Without giving too much of the story away, I will say this. There are two protagonists in this story. The personalities of both change drastically
Shelly Wolf
Feb 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
nother amazing book by R.R. Banks,,,,

Dr. Duncan Clyburne is a 36 year old Surgical Chief who really wants to go back to the Trauma Center where he belongs,,, he is one of the best surgeons in the area and he and his family are very wealthy so the big wigs in the hospital have him working on wealthy and biggest donors to the hospital,,, high price gallbladder surgery, general surgery things like that because she feels that because he's wealthy, he knows how to get the money from the wealthy he
Feb 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Beautifully written a true surprise

This is one of the best books I’ve read this year. R.R. Banks has written a story with beautifully touching characters a well developed and compelling storyline. Duncan Clyburne is a sexy hot rich doctor, son of one of the richest families in the city. He’s a successful Dr who is currently working with the cities elite and raising money for the hospital. Duncan however is unhappy he is 36 years old tired of routine surgery and dating women only interested in
Elaine Coghlan
Feb 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
R.R.Banks- Surprise Delivery.

This is my first book from R.R. Banks.
I was sent this as an advance copy readers copy, and this is my honest review
To say it was a terrific book is an understatement, the main characters are Alexis and Duncan.who meet at a gala the hospital holds to raise money for a unit, Duncan is a doctor who works there and Alexis works at a Law firm goes with her best friend Sabrina who works as a nurse at the hospital.
Duncan goes away for 8 months to work for
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