THE BILLIONAIRE'S BABY SURPRISE
Claire is living a quiet life, just her and the baby on beautiful Sapphire Island, when she’s captivated by a man who’s come to visit her sister, Flora, on the same day a big storm is approaching. This handsome man, Jack Dysart, exudes a dazzlingly charm. He’s a playboy from a famous rich family and Flora’s ex-boyfriend. Upon his arrival, Jack finds out that Flora has passed away, but seeing Claire and the baby, he finds himself surprisingly worried about them and offers his help. What he doesn’t know is that the baby Claire is holding is actually his!
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- I can undestand why two stars 2
- JAB 04/26/2018
Yeah, this book wasn't really up to par with my standards. The entire book is consisted of 128 pages and all of those pages consisted of our two main protagonists consisted of five events. The first is meeting for the first time. The Second, is spending three (my estimate because of how it played out) days together during a cyclone , becoming attracted and getting to know one another.The third is the hero finding out the little boy is his son, which he didn't too well at first because the heroine didn't correct him that he was actually her nephew and that would have revealed who was the baby's true mother. The fourth is coming to an agreement to live together to raise the little boy. The fifth & last is they get married. Now, this seems like the normal plot for a standard harlequin except we miss the whole romance. More than half of the book is based on the beginning, it skips the middle of romancing or spending quality time as a family in a year span, and goes straight to the ending of where the hero proposes marriage to the heroine. I did want to see the beginning, I just didn't want it to take up the whole book. Therefore, unsatisfying for me.
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