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Keeping Her Baby's Secret
Despite having become an independent and successful flower stylist, Diana is still scarred by her father's abuse from her childhood. Cameron was always the one protecting her back then. But her social standing was too far removed from the son of a prestigious family, so her love for him couldn't possibly work. Even after Cameron left town, Diana kept hold of the memory of him in her heart. But after ten years, he comes home! Why now? It is a bittersweet reunion. Diana is pregnant, and Cameron is terribly drunk....
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- JAB 04/12/2015 4 people found the following review helpful
I had to ponder on what to say on this story. Both characters have their own jobs and companies ( though as usual the heroine's company is smaller). The heroine has been pining after the hero but is already pregnant, which left some ambiguity on the situation. I did like the mystery of it. It was interesting to watch how the hero was slowly falling in love with the heroine. The mother of the hero acts like silly when she finds out that they're going to be bankrupt but I do like the sister of the hero because not only is she not complaining but she has a plan in life. The party that the hero had the heroine planned was funny because in many of the books that I have read, it has always been a fancy, formal party, but a hawaiian party sounds like fun. The hero and the heroine start to feel a special moment till the stupid hero ruins it. Then all tension flies out, having the heroine letting her emotions out was interesting. I like how the author and illustrator word what some of the heroine says because you're not really sure of what she means. I love the old man of the hero. He is the push, which we all love in the elderly. I love how all the truths came out in the end and it was lovely ending.
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