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T her family She thought their 'lovemaking' would be as cold and heartless as Ethan seemed to be Nothing could have prepared her for her sudden desire for this man she'd sworn to hate. Ethan Curtis childhood of living in a trailer park and being poor still haunts him to this day Despite being rich now he is not able to smell the roses Believing he would find acceptance from society if a high society woman gave him a childAgreeing to have Curtis baby was the only way Mary Kelley could keep him from putting her father in prison All her life Mary has been to one to fix others problems But now she s a successful part business owner with her partners of a party planner No Ring ReuiredFaking her pregnancy was a good idea to Mary at first She caters a few parties for him and they go smashing but when he starts taking her to baby stores and to a doctors appointment she can t believe what she did Finally admitting to what she did appears to have ended any association between the two Until Curtis calls and reuires her to attend one last business meeting with him if she wants everything to go awayWhile on the trip Ethan comes to find his anger isn t really anger any Just longing for the woman he has come to loveDespite family conflicts Ethan and Mary are able to admit their mistakes and learn this time she really is pregnant

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Millionaire's Calculated Baby Bid

Strictly businessHe'd raised himself from the depths of poverty to the heights of wealth and power But Ethan Curtis knew polite society would be forever closed to him Unless a woman f. This was a pretty good book I think Ms Wright has a way with words However I did have some issues reading this book that knocked the rating down uite a bitThe big lie that Mary told was NOT OKAY I know that technically Ethan was in the wrong but it was vicious and wrong how she lied She was very underhanded in what she did and she hurt him pretty bad I can understand to a certain degree why she did it but I didn t like this decision that she made and how she dragged it out until she had to come clean Yes he blackmailed her but she had a choice to say yes or no And he was upfront about what he was doing I think any moral high ground Mary had was lost with the lie that she toldThat lie really bothered me but I suppose I could have gotten past that but what started as a compelling book sort of changed into a run of the mill modern relationship drama Nothing wrong with those but generally they don t interest me the way the blackmail revenge enemies to lovers themes interest me I read romance to get away from the mundane And frankly relationship drama is very mundane to meI thought the love scenes were well done and there was intense chemistry between the characters Mary was a little cold and detached for my tastes although that didn t seem to extend into the bedroom A cold heroine doesn t bother me most of the time but the execution makes the difference for me Even though the author planted seeds about Mary being a caring person and putting others first I didn t really see her as being that warm and caring although she did show some warmth with her father I liked Ethan He definitely had issues but I found him compelling and interesting It was clear that he was a decent human being although Mary didn t seem to think so at first and maybe he didn t want the world to see him that wayI had issues with the fact that Ethan seemed to do a lot grovelling than Mary did He apologized and made amends for the blackmail attempt and was upfront about his issues with being born on the wrong side of the tracks But I m not sure that Mary really met him halfway I would have liked to see her open up and admit to her issues and apologize for the lie she told The uneual feelings and emotional vulnerability level between the hero and heroine is a big sticking point for me I don t like to see one person eating their heart out while the other just selfishly sucks up the affection and love vibes I got a bit of that from this bookAll in all a decent read but this book wasn t a keeper for me Maybe if it had proceeded in the intriguing way it started I might have felt differently This is of a 2550 star read but I ll bump it up to 3 stars

Laura Wright ✓ 5 Free read

Rom the most exclusive social circles namely Mary Kelley gave him a childMary was stunned by the arrogant millionaire's proposition But she agreed to give him what he wanted to protec. 3 12 stars Not uite as good as the Playboy s Ruthless Payback The hero demands a baby by blackmail which is wrong then the heroine lies about being pregnant and I felt bad because the hero really was excited but then I thought about the blackmail and wondered if her lie was that bad So despite these issues they fall in love as she works as his party planner The story actually was really sweet but I needed a little emotional closure at the end


5 thoughts on “Millionaire's Calculated Baby Bid

  1. says:

    This was a pretty good book I think Ms Wright has a way with words However I did have some issues reading this book that

  2. says:

    3 12 stars Not uite as good as the Playboy's Ruthless Payback The hero demands a baby by blackmail which is wrong then the heroine

  3. says:

    Ethan Curtis childhood of living in a trailer park and being poor still haunts him to this day Despite being rich now he is not able to smell the roses Believing he would find acceptance from society if a high society woman gave hi

  4. says:

    Dunue vediamo se ho capito bene Inizia il romanzo e azione Una coppia volteggia sulle lenzuola Lei pare seccata lui un riguardoso neanderthaliano Ovvero lei ha uno scopo per sopportarlo e lui ne approfitta ma con eleganza Poco dopo se ne scopre il motivo lui farà cadere le accuse contro il padre di lei se lei acconsentirà a dargli un figlio Un figlio? Cioè come un regalo? Ma andiamo avanti Pare che il dado sia tratto Sfumiamo

  5. says:

    I thought it was a nice story Ethan works to overcome his low class background while Mary tries to live down her snobby upbringing Did leave out the details about her mother that left some uestions hanging but overall OK