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Romance The Secret Spanish Love-Child

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The Secret Spanish Love-Child

One day, Andrea unexpectedly is told to see Gabriel Cruz, the young CEO of the major global company that she works for. The only thing she knows about him is that he’s a heartless businessman. Outside his office, she encounters the person she least expects to see—her ex-boyfriend, who disappeared after the short summer they spent together! What will happen when Gabriel reveals that their relationship was built on lies?

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Preview 30 Pages
Pages 128 Pages

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4.2 (18 customer reviews)





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3.5 it was good 4  4

It's your typical secret baby romance with two lovers. The heroine is a single mother whose lover disappeared before she could tell him that she was pregnant. Now, she goes as a translator for the ceo's fiancee whose rich daddy didn't pay enough for her education to include being courteous to others despite their annual earning being below her daddy's annual wage. The heroine thinks it's crazy because of how the ceo looks similar to her lover/baby daddy. That is until the hero confirms his daddy. Some things are said and the heroine walks out of the company with the promise of sending the hero her resignation in the morning. The hero catches the heroine at her house, where he meets her little boy aka his little boy. After putting the little boy to bed, they have the usual argument of why didn't you and it's your fault. The hero proposes marriage that the heroine shoots down because 1) he has a fiancee & 2) she doesn't want to be in a loveless marriage. The hero counteracts that he and his fiancee aren't in love with each other & he wants to be involved with his son. The next few weeks have the hero call off his engagement and take the heroine and boy to Spain to visit his parents. I really liked the hero because of the things he does, (counting the fingers), he asks the heroine what are his son's interests, goes grocery shopping for the heroine, states that he'll be visiting the heroine's family to let them know of his intentions, treats the heroine on an equal level, and is very kind. There are some issues with pillows and the ex-fiancee making a comeback but the hero confesses his true feelings to the heroine and she says to his second marriage proposal. We get a happy ending with a plus one.

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Good read 4  4

Im conflicting over this one. I love the art and the concept of the story. It was great at the start, and the hero tries to convince the heroine to stay with him. But when the ex fiancee came into the pic, im just getting sick of the typical misunderstanding plot. Then, it all solved when the hero confessed his love. Maybe it just me who was hoping for something more, since the story progressed really well at the beginning. I also,wish that maybe that the hero still possesses some similar traits from before.

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