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Having Leo's Child It was just okay The couple have crazy chemistry, so that s good, but until the heroine got pregnant it really seemed like it was all they had She was his convenient booty call.So I totally saw where the heroine was coming from and I understood her hesitation at accepting the Hero s proposal when she got pregnant Although the Hero was a nice and decent guy, he never took her out anywhere, they had been having sex for a year and she had never been to his house, she didn t even know where he li It was just okay The couple have crazy chemistry, so that s good, but until the heroine got pregnant it really seemed like it was all they had She was his convenient booty call.So I totally saw where the heroine was coming from and I understood her hesitation at accepting the Hero s proposal when she got pregnant Although the Hero was a nice and decent guy, he never took her out anywhere, they had been having sex for a year and she had never been to his house, she didn t even know where he lived Apart from basic info they didn t really know much about each other.So yes I guess he point of this story is that they were now obligated to build a relationship with each other since the heroine was pregnant and they both wanted the baby It helped that they were both nice, decent persons and committed to working it out It helped that they had many things in common, as it turned out.Were they in love I don t know, seemslike hey we re good people who cared for each other and thankfully had good chemistry Get this, Teri, and get it good You are going to marry me It takes two people to do right by their child And we are going to do it together Leo didn t stop there He kissed Teri with all the sizzling heat that had fired their affair But she couldn t forget that Leo had never considered marrying her before she got pregnant and at no time had he mentioned love Would the tie of their child be enough What priceis marriage The hero and heroine met and were determined to become lovers and for almost a year it worked, until the heroine accidentally got pregnant Once she was pregnant the hero was determined to marry her The issue was they had both been married and divorced before and the heroine had a lot of fears, she just wanted the hero to love her and not just her baby.It was an alright book, I would of loved to see muchdrama with the ex wife cause there was very little. Una lettura carina e scorrevole ma nulla di ch. Le do el 22 10 2012 Lazo de uni n Protagonistas Leo y TeriArgumento Leo pr cticamente oblig a Teri a casarse con l cuando supo que estaba embarazada, pero ella quer a mucho m s de un matrimonio Sus relaciones sexuales siempre hab an sido muy buenas, pero se necesitaba tambi n amor para que un matrimonio funcionase Ser a suficiente el lazo de uni n del ni o I wanted an easy read and I got it in this However, I am steadfastly against most of the opinions raised in this book and found myself rolling my eyes rather a lot of the time.Still, it wasn t the worst thing I ve ever read. Having Leo s Child Expecting Harlequin Presents, No 2050 by Emma Darcy 1999 The lady doth protest too much, methinks Simple plotline he wants to marry her but she refuses him because she thinks he s marrying her simply because she s the baby oven Three words for the mom to be Get over yourself And of course, the high strung, do or die drama HAD to unfold when she was at the moment of giving birth You don t love.please let me die I do love you Only saying that Never loved me Only the baby.That s not true Tis true Cause of the baby.No You didn t come back The lady doth protest too much, methinks Simple plotline he wants to marry her but she refuses him because she thinks he s marrying her simply because she s the baby oven Three words for the mom to be Get over yourself And of course, the high strung, do or die drama HAD to unfold when she was at the moment of giving birth You don t love.please let me die I do love you.Only saying that Never loved me Only the baby.That s not true.Tis true Cause of the baby.No.You didn t come back But it was you having my child that drove me back.Don t believe you.I swear to God I love sharing my life with you.Never said never never said.I did say Didn t love me.If I were the delivery nurse privy to this inane conversation, I d increase her Lidocaine Stat Like hello If the guy basically grovels for months for the mistake he made, serves her hand and foot, and kowtows to everything she want, what MORE does she need for proof of his love His throbbing heart like a sacrificial offering to the altar of the goddess of love Annoying read I don t even want to imagine how miserable she would make everyone else feel if she gets post partum depression This was a no fuss strictly by the book but fun category romance H h have been in a relationship with benefits when a pregnancy changes everything I liked this even though I have read several titles like this, most recently an Elda Minger.


About the Author: Emma Darcy

AKA Japanese Emma Darcy is the pseudonym created by the writing team marriage Wendy and Frank Brennan Their life journey have taken as many twists and turns as the characters in their stories, whose international popularity have resulted in over sixty million book sales Withthan a hundred titles, Emma Darcy appearing regularly on the Waldenbooks bestseller lists in the U.S.A and in the Nielson BookScan Top 100 chart in the U.K.Wendy was born 28 November 1940 in Australia She obtained a Honours degree in Latin and initially worked as a high school English French teacher She married Frank Brennan, a Australian businessman borned in 1936 She changed careers to computer programming before marriage and motherhood settled her into a community life She was reputedly the first woman computer programmer in the southern hemisphere.A voracious readers, the step to writing their own books seemed a natural progression and the challenge of creating exciting stories was soon highly addictive They were published since 1983 In 1993, for the Emma Darcy pseudonym s 10th anniversary, they created the Emma Darcy Award Contest to encourage authors to finish their manuscripts After the death of Frank Brennan in 1995, Wendy now writes the books on her own She currently living in a beachside property on the central coast of New South Wales, she travels extensively to research settings and increase her experience of places and people.


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