The Paternity Proposition by Merline Lovelace, Harlequin Desire, March The baby that was left on Delilah Dalton’s doorstep never named which of her. The Paternity Promise (Billionaires and Babies) by Merline Lovelace – book cover , description, publication history. The Paternity Promise. Merline Lovelace. Rating 0 review(s)Add your review. After leaving her late cousin’s baby on the Dalton doorstep, Grace poses as a.
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Mar 10, LoveRomance rated it did not like it Shelves: Until he makes her and her business partners an offer that would ensure an influx of cash into their crop spraying business.
Plus, I do not like hearing chatter throughout the book about the dead lover who should have lived to see their child grow up. Merline Lovelace promiee again provided us merlinw a story of life. But, I couldn’t think of a single negative and I realized that I really did love this book. This book just seemed Write a customer review. Mem rated it liked it Dec 28, Rachel Davis rated it it was amazing Mar 19, Other books in the series. For single dad Blake, there’s only one priority-protecting his daughter from whatever “You’re the father.
The Paternity Promise
Blake was okay, but his personality at times felt cold and calculating, especially in his approach to marriage with Grace. Return to Book Page. He hunts her down and she returns as his wife for Molly’s sake. If your parcel has not arrived after this time, contact customer services for help. Two weeks later, he comes proposing a marriage for the baby which she agrees upon. While reading nothing really sparked my interest about it other than wanting to know who the baby’s parents were.
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The Paternity Proposition (Dalton Twins, #1) / The Sheikh’s Virgin
But he says there’s no one on his list. Yuck and none of them are the mother.
Her flying abilities scared him, because she was so good at what she did. As eBooks cannot be physically returned, it is our policy to not offer refunds on successful purchases. The chemistry between the characters was nice, but I didn’t really feel like they were falling in love, nor did Molly the baby feel like anything more than a convenient prop.
Toni rated it really liked it Jul 29, The fourth book focused on the an unmarried expectant mom and the new daddy-to be who was a widower.
Includes a bonus short by Susan Mallery: Jan 31, Melissa Maxwell rated it really liked it. Dalton Twins 2 books. I enjoyed this sweet Harlequin romance with a bit of suspense added in Log in for fast checkout.
The Paternity Proposition (Dalton Twins, #1) / The Sheikh’s Virgin by Merline Lovelace
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I also don’t really understand why all the way through the megline of the book they keep repeating that it’s most likely Alex’s baby when they’ve gone through his “list” of women just sounds so gross to me.
The author had the right story in mind but spent so much time describing things over and over again i lost interest a number of times.
Does every diaphragm slip out of position?