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  • Paperback
  • 256
  • The Baby Deal
  • Victoria Pade
  • English
  • 23 August 2017
  • 9780373247424

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The Baby Deal Summary ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub To Andrew Hanson From Jack HansonSubject You got your client whatYou've got to start thinking of the company before yourself brother Especially since you've gotten into trouble with your very fi A decent uick read style book Good for a night of relaxation

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The Baby Deal Summary ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub H youAndrew you have to marry her it's the right thing to do for the family and it may be the only way to salvage the reputation of this company Do whatever you have to do but get her to the alt 17 Stars Public Library 13015 The description sounded interesting enough to give this book a try but I wish I hadn t Delia is on a tropical family vacation when she meets Andrew they have a one night stand that results in a pregnancy and is surprised even through she had unprotected sex with a stranger Contrary to the description she is never his clienta prospective client at best Most of the book isn t about the baby at all but Andrew s familywork troubles and Delia s baggage I m not a big fan of age differences in characters and Delia is almost 10 years older She takes on a very judgy condescending attitude about Andrew once she learns he s that much younger Andrew isn t a peach either but he mans up after a little whining and takes responsibility The story and characters weren t bad just not for me I d recommend this for woman 37 they might enjoy the age difference I did not pregnancy and is surprised even through she had unprotected sex with a stranger Contrary to the description she is never his clienta Happy Hour Love Lessons 1 prospective client at best Most of the book isn t about the baby at all but Andrew s familywork troubles and Delia s baggage I m not a big fan of age differences in characters and Delia is almost 10 years older She takes on a very judgy condescending attitude about Andrew once she learns he s that much younger Andrew isn t a A Patriots History Of The United States peach either but he mans up after a little whining and takes responsibility The story and characters weren t bad just not for me I d recommend this for woman 37 they might enjoy the age difference I did not

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The Baby Deal Summary ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Rst client Delia McCray's a smart beautiful entrepreneur and Hanson Media Group is dying for her business But I can't believe she's also pregnant with your baby after spending just one night wit 3 Stars Delia never thought she d see Andrew again after their passionate holiday fling three months before She s surprised to find out that he s Andrew Hanson and Hanson Media is vying for their advertising account Andrew s lead a footloose and fancy free life up until he d received an email from his brother Jack saying his allowance would be cut off if he didn t return to Chicago to help the faltering company Acting as the new sales manager for advertising Andrew is pleasantly surprised to see Delia again But Delia drops a bomb she s pregnant and Andrew is the father When Jack hears this he goes ballistic and insists that Andrew does the right thing and marry Delia Of course Delia won t have anything to do with that idea until Andrew convinces her to get to know him better When they marry Delia is suddenly faced with the uncertainty of whether Andrew married her for her or to prevent further scandal from touching Hanson MediaAt first Andrew s portrayed as a selfish 28 year old who never had a care in the world We see Andrew s outlook do an about face rather uickly He does redeem himself but only after learning many hard lessons Delia s spooked by their age difference she s 37 and has a hard time believing Andrew could really care for her Delia s character wasn t completely developed in my opinion It was harder to tell her emotions Although their chemistry was intense their emotions were harder to gauge and believe in