Download Epub Format Ë The Brunelli Baby Bargain PDF by ñ Kim Lawrence

Download Epub Format Ë The Brunelli Baby Bargain PDF by ñ Kim Lawrence The h and H have a one night stand, she is a virgin and he is blind She tracks him down and he insists on marriage The H s blindness is hard for him to deal with but the snark is good and the pace is fast When he gets his sight back the story gets even better I really enjoyed the back and forth in this one and I think it was one of KL s better efforts I think I like her Italian and Greek H s the best cause they do get some good lines.
read this two months before the publishing date And I have to say it was the first time I did that and I loved it This book was awesome but also sad The drama was good without being OTT The hero well he is complicated and at first I was very are you fur real here dude However, the he interacts with the heroine and you get a glimpse of his inner workings you come to realize that he is one very emotionally damaged guy Never mind the blind part because I that not even the issue Even though it appears to be The heroine well she is just about the most amazingly loving person You can see how insecure she is from everything she does But honestly she is just about the most beautiful person ever I don t understand how she can t see that, but the hero does Ahhhh The author did a great job with this trope which I adore gets pregnant by the one night stand t This was a lovely read but very short With a blind H , I was expecting something different but this turned out to be a typical HP It was like 3 stars , I dunno why I gave it 4.
Book starts with h revealing about her pregnancy , H is not some anonymous stranger who was so vulnerable and in pain about his blindness any but a confident billionaire who has accepted his defaults h is a journalist n H misunderstands that she slept with him for a story Nay , ntn new here H soon comes out of his misconceptions and proposes marriage , h being the strong , independent , redhead slaps him hard and walks out of his office swearing never wanting to see his face again The very next day , h looses her job , thanks to the phone call H made H takes the advantage of her low and proposes marriage again , with no choice h accepts and they a I didn t like this one Some of the scenes were very frustrating It s not new in HPlandia that we got an arrogant dominating and deceptive hero H was blind though, he got blind through an accident 6month ago The H h slept together when H was dealing with his post blind stage She got pregnant and informed H about it The pregnancy news meeting didn t go so well obviously H did offer marriage but the h refused Next day h got sacked and the H was behind it H then somehow managed to convince the jobless h for marriage And they started to have sex regularly 1 month passed and they got married The h was already in love with H And she was worried that if H was able to see then he never would have married her Before the wedding H had a surgery and able to see again He saw h on their wedding day first and thought she was beautiful H didn t tell h that he can see again and This was a fun, low angst book Except for Cesare being blind for half the book, it had the regular HP tropes A ONS leading to a marriage of convenience However, what made it enjoyable was that both MCs were extremely likeable and made an awesome pair The sexual chemistry between them was very strong.
Despite his arrogance and sneakiness, I loved Cesare His wit had me chuckling most of the time He may come across as intimidating, but he was good with the people who mattered to him like Tim, his right hand man or his driver, Paolo, especially loved the exchange between him and Paolo when they go to Samantha s place The lift is out of order, sir, Paolo said in a tone that suggested this did not surprise him The building does not meet with your approval It could do with a lick of paint Cesare speculated Several Or, better still, knocking

I m going with This was nothing special or different as far as Harlequin Presents, but it was a pleasant read I gave it four stars because I reall like Kim Lawrence s writing, although it probably is like 3 stars Definitely a book for those who like blind heroes although he does recover his sight about halfway through the book Heroine has a bit of an inferiority complex She sounds pretty attractive, but seems to measure her petite, violet eyed, redheaded look against tall, stacked blondes I was thinking, I thought violet eyes were pretty special Mind you, her fiance had cheated on her, so that would definitely contribute to her issues A good book to pass the time after a long, hard week.
The Brunelli Baby Bargain is Samantha and Cesare.
Wha This was so good We have a blind billionaire hero who has a ONS with our housekeeper h 12 weeks later she is pregnant, and decides to approach him He coerces her to marry him, and after some drama they find their HEA.
Sounds like a typical HQN trope right Then why the high rating Let s discuss The H has temporary amnesia, but that did not make him a dick The night they shared was passionate and consensual The h decides to tell the H about her pregnancy instead of hiding it He has to coerce her to marry him and she resists, instead of giving in to his blackmail easily Post marriage, she takes the OW head on The love confession comes pretty easily All conflicts are resolved with a few pages instead of things being put off for the very end ie him getting her fired h He was manipulative but not cruel In fact quite sweet hero with his need for her even if he didn t realize depth of his feelings about her.
Dark, Imposing Billionaire Cesare Brunelli Lost His Sight Saving A Little Girl From A Burning Car The Only Person Who Treated Him Without Pity Was The Soft Skinned Virgin With Whom He Spent A Passionate Night Now She S Expecting His Baby Samantha Gets The One Reaction She Didn T Expect A Marriage Demand But When Cesare Suddenly Regains His Sight, Sam S Sure He S Going To Trade Her His Diminutive, Fiery Haired Bride For One Of The Tall, Slim Blondes He Used To Date

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