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Anna was working at the hotel bar when she spotted an attractive, but lonely-looking, patron. She asked him if he wanted someone to talk to and ultimately accepted when he invited her to his suite. Even though her evening with Dan was a one-night thing, she didn’t regret it. After all, she was blessed with a beautiful angel that night… Five years later, Anna is the assistant manager of the hotel and Dan has suddenly appeared in front of her again—this time as an investor.
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The day Maggie Cox saw the film version of Wuthering Heights, was the day she became hooked on romance. From that day onwards she spent a lot of time dreaming up her own romances,hoping that one day she might become published. Now that her dream is being realised, she wakes up every morning and counts her blessings. She is married to a gorgeous man, and is the mother of two wonderful sons. Her other passions in life - besides her family and reading/writing - are music and films.
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- Okay, daughter adorable 3.5 4
- JAB 06/03/2018 2 people found the following review helpful
The book was a smooth flow with very few hiccups or bumps I should say in this. The hero and heroine have one night stand results in a pregnancy but when the heroine looks up the hero to tell him of his impending fatherhood, she finds out that in the business world, he's ruthless and considered a shark. Now, she thinks this cold man won't be good for her baby because of living with an abusive dad, she decides not to contact him. Personally, there was some factors that didn't make sense. For instance, she says that she found the hero by his name when she was going to contact him about his pregnancy then their reunion shows him under a different name so the man whose name she used to was the wrong one and when he finds out about the little girl and demands why the heroine didn't tell him, she could have said, "I looked for you and I couldn't find a *hero's name* in the registry," Not the "we had an agreement to go our separate way," That's such a poor reasoning was so weak, she had other reasons that would have been more sound. Now, the hero wants to marry but the heroine holds strong against the M-word. The hero has his own past of strongly wanting to be a father to his daughter because he grew up as a child to a single mom whose father left them. Then the whole different names switched because his mother named him with his father's last name but after she died, he changed it to her family name because he didn't want anything to do with the father. The main couple spend time together and grow closer and closer as they talk to each other. However, there was a hiccup with the heroine's close relationship with the owner's son because the hero thinks they're in a more intimate relationship but the heroine claims they could never be because the son is gay, which reassures the hero. It does get old because women can have close friendship only relationships with guys who aren't guy but they have to be gay to reassure the hero. The heroine is then shown by the hero of the home for single mothers he set up in honor of his mother, which I found to be one of the sweetest things ever. The hero confesses his feelings and proposes to the heroine one more time and the heroine answers yes. They have a cute wedding with a bossy daughter about not kissing until after the priest says "you may kiss the bride". That is where the half star came in, the little girl was very cute to read.
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