A Surprise Family: The Perfect Family : Having Her Boss's Baby (Pregnant by the Boss) / Their Meant-to-be Baby / the Night That Started it All
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Billionaire Brady Finn's latest business plan doesn't include Aine Donovan, the stunning manager of the hotel he just purchased. But when a fling with the feisty beauty leads to an unexpected pregnancy, Aine runs from her sexy, stubborn boss. But Brady won't give up on claiming her-and their child-so easily...
Having discovered her night with surgeon Sam Ryder had consequences, Kate Ashton is shocked when he walks into her emergency department. Not only must she tell him she's pregnant, but she is afraid of becoming a mum. But Kate's story melts Sam's frozen heart. He must convince Kate that this baby was meant to be, and perhaps their love is, too...
When a single night with Frenchman Luc Valentin ends in a pregnancy Shari Lacey thinks she'll never see the cool Frenchman again. But a meeting in Paris tempts Luc to try to pick up where they left off -primarily in the bedroom! That is until Shari informs him that their one night together had consequences...
- Paperback | 544 pages
- 107 x 170 x 33mm | 260g
- 07 Jan 2021
- HarperCollins Publishers
- Mills & Boon
- Richmond, United Kingdom
About Maureen Child
Caroline Anderson's been a nurse, a secretary, a teacher, and has run her own business. Now she's settled on writing. 'I was looking for that elusive something and finally realised it was variety - now I have it in abundance. Every book brings new horizons, new friends, and in between books I juggle! My husband John and I have two beautiful daughters, Sarah and Hannah, umpteen pets, and several acres of Suffolk that nature tries to reclaim every time we turn our backs!'
Anna Cleary always loved stories. She cried over Jane Eyre, suffered with Heathcliffe and Cathy, loved Jane Austen and adored Georgette Heyer. When a friend suggested they both start writing a romance novel, Anna accepted the challenge with enthusiasm. She enjoyed it so much she eventually gave up her teaching job to write full time. When not writing Anna likes meeting friends, listening to music, dining out, discussing politics, going to movies and concerts, or gazing at gardens.