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Marry Me At Dawn by Lucinda Whitney
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it was amazing

Perfect End to the Romano Series

Damian is the CEO of his family’s movie company. Gabriela is recovering from devastating emergency major surgery. Only her cousin Filipe and his wife (their story was book 5) know she had surgery but they think it was an emergency appendectomy. Filipe sends her to recover at a private resort (which happens to belong to his friend, Damian Vaughn) when she refuses to let them care for her in their home. Being around newlyweds is too painful for her right now. Gabriela sees a man struggling to care for a new baby. She wanders through an open gate and offers to help.

Damian has been handed a new baby, Claire, because her mother passed away from cancer when Claire was 5 days old. Somehow, he was named on the birth certificate but Damian is celibate and hasn’t seen the mother since they were friends in high school. His father was known to be a cheater and very scandalous, something the family movie company’s reputation couldn’t handle again.

Luke, Damian’s best friend, and lawyer, proposes that Damian proposes. It would be better for Damian’s reputation to gain a wife to go along with the baby, at least until they can find out who the father is. Gabriela sees no other way to gain motherhood and agrees. What we’re left with is an emotional whirlwind as she gains in station and have two near strangers that met a year before at Filipe’s wedding that have crushes on each other already. This book did make me cry near the end!

This book wraps up all the characters and we see some a few times but hear a bit about how everyone’s happily ever after is going. This would be a nice stand alone but more meaningful if you have read other Romano books.
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Reading Progress

January 11, 2020 – Shelved
January 11, 2020 – Shelved as: to-read
January 17, 2020 – Started Reading
January 17, 2020 –
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January 18, 2020 –
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January 18, 2020 –
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January 19, 2020 – Finished Reading

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