Baby Bonanza (Billionaires and Babies #2) by Maureen Child

April 19, 2013 3.0 Stars, Boring Main Characters, category: Harlequin, contemporary, deception plotline, ebook, insta-lust, reunited lovers, Romance, secret baby, series 5

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Twins? The startling revelation that his affair with Jenna Baker had produced two little boys was almost impossible to grasp. Tycoon Nick Falco had never considered himself the settling-down type, yet now that fatherhood had been thrust upon him, he was determined to give his sons his name. But their mother wasn’t about to let him back into her life…at least not without those three little words Nick had never, ever said.

Jenna Baker has had a slight crush on her cruise ship tycoon boss Nick Falco for a while now. The only problem is that he has a “no-hands on employees” policy. When Nick sees her one day and thinks she is a passenger, she doesn’t correct him. They spend a magical week together before he finds out – at which time he breaks up with her and fires her. She finds out she is pregnant and has twins. Jenna tries to contact him. She gets no response so she books passage on his cruise ship to tell him “Hey, guess what? You’re a daddy x2!”

This one was a little silly to be honest, but fun. It’s a decent book with good writing but something rang false with me. If Nick lives on the ship how does he not recognize his own employee? The resolution came easily for them and I was a little bored by the pat ending. It’s still a quick and decent read – a typical Catagory Romance – and it was entertaining.

5 Responses to “Baby Bonanza (Billionaires and Babies #2) by Maureen Child”

  1. lexxielin

    sometimes, this kind of romance can be very enjoyable, and I think I’ll add it to my TBR for a quick summer read 🙂 thanks for the review!

    • MrsJoseph

      It was a good read. It’s only after you finish and you think about it that you go… ?? But it didn’t stop the entertainment. 🙂 I think you’ll enjoy it.

      • lexxielin

        LOL, that’s OK – sometimes a read where there is just silly romance and something to make kind of a conflict is enough.

  2. lexxielin

    sometimes, this kind of romance can be very enjoyable, and I think I’ll add it to my TBR for a quick summer read 🙂 thanks for the review!

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