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A surprise pregnancy is only the beginning of the roller coaster in this dramatic marriage of convenience romance by USA Today best-selling author Lynne Graham!
He doesn’t remember their night together...until he meets the nine-month consequence!
When a tiny baby is left on his doorstep, billionaire Tor Sarantos can’t believe his eyes. He’s even more stumped when a beautiful woman arrives in a panic, declaring it’s their son!
Pixie Miller’s horrified her brother has revealed her secret. How can she face the man she shared such intense understanding and reckless passion with, when he doesn’t seem to recognize her? But when a DNA test confirms the truth, there’s only one solution this powerful Greek will consider....
From Harlequin Presents: Escape to exotic locations where passion knows no bounds.
Listen to both Innocent Christmas Brides books by Lynne Graham:
- A Baby on the Greek’s Doorstep
- Christmas Babies for the Italian
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- Romance Everything
Classic Presents Story
Pixie and Tor have a surprise baby through a chance encounter of sex. They don't see each other again until Pixie's brother leaves their baby on Tor's doorstep without Pixie's knowledge.
A good beginning to the story with the usual tropes of a presents book and finishes with the classic ending.
An average story but not the style I prefer Lynne Graham books written in.
Yummy delicious! Inclusive narrative, a tenacious heroine, a big hard softie for a hero, the plot has a tasty dash of angst and the narrator? *Chef's kiss* 😘
- Kindle Customer
Get the ebook. Forget the audio.
I loved the book. It is a sensitive story about the result of a one-night-stand. The main characters, Pixie and Tor are well written and both are likable, even Tor (surprising). I wouldn't bother with the narration, though. The narrator does a good female dialog voice, but, terrible male. Trying to imitate a male voice, she made Tor sound whiny. He made have been a tortured soul, but, he was certainty not whiny. I almost returned the audio, but, I have gotten through most of the book before I realized how fed up I was with the narration. I don't like returning books when I have consumed over half of it. I did check the next book in the series to see if it had the same narrator. It did, so I return that one. Since I enjoyed the story I will read it again, maybe next year, to better enjoy it.
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