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THE BILLIONAIRE'S PREGNANT MISTRESS
In order to save her ruined family, Alexandra works as a model while hiding her true identity. After a year dating Dimitrius, a Greek tycoon, she finds out she’s pregnant. She wants to marry him, but she doesn’t know how he feels. Just as Alexandra builds up her courage to tell him the news, Dimitrius tells her he’s marrying someone else. Could this really be the wish of her passionate lover or is something else going on?
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- JAB 02/07/2015 10 people found the following review helpful
In a lot of the harlequin books, there we see very little of the male perspective till around the end of the book, yet, in "The Billionaire's pregnant mistress," I liked seeing how the Hero was anxious to find the heroine. It put on some heat and made the hero look more human. I liked how he kept trying to win the Heroine and how the Heroine held a little bit of ground. The other part that I liked was that both were at both in the low point of their relationship. They missed some important ingredients to a good, romantic, and healthy relationship: honesty and trust. You can't go wrong with those two. What I liked about the Heroine is when she believes that the Hero isn't coming for her, she doesn't wait and mope in agony. She moves on, shedding her fake name and such. What I liked about the hero is that he was motivated to try and win her again. It was a book worth reading.
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