Have Baby, Need Billionaire

Have Baby Need Billionaire He d certainly never set eyes on much less gone to bed with Tula Barrons That he would have remembered Yet businessman Simon Bradley agreed to let Tula and her infant cousin a child she claimed was hi

  • Title: Have Baby, Need Billionaire
  • Author: Maureen Child
  • ISBN: 9780373730728
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • He d certainly never set eyes on much less gone to bed with Tula Barrons That he would have remembered Yet businessman Simon Bradley agreed to let Tula and her infant cousin a child she claimed was his stay in his mansion until he had proof of the little boy s paternity.But having Tula under his roof revealed something unexpected her father had once nearly destroyHe d certainly never set eyes on much less gone to bed with Tula Barrons That he would have remembered Yet businessman Simon Bradley agreed to let Tula and her infant cousin a child she claimed was his stay in his mansion until he had proof of the little boy s paternity.But having Tula under his roof revealed something unexpected her father had once nearly destroyed Simon s business The billionaire now had the perfect opportunity for revenge He could seduce Tula and take away the baby she lovedbut if he succeeded, he could lose all he d come to care for.

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    1. I've been reading Maureen Child for years. I buy based on her name alone. Unfortunately her more recent releases haven't been on par with what I've come to expect from her.I started this novel and set it aside after 34 pages. I don't generally DNF a book so early on, but the actions of the heroine convinced me not to continue.Tula Barrons has been named guardian of her nephew upon the death of her cousin. In her will, the cousin said she wants her son to go to his father, billionaire Simon Bradl [...]

    2. Maureen Child delivers a two-part emotionally satisfying read with Have Baby, Need Billionaire.Sometimes a man needs a little of the unexpected to shake things up and that’s exactly what Tula Barrons does to Simon Bradley. Simon is a take charge business man who is use to getting everything that he wants. He has his life planned out but when Tula shows up one day at his office to deliver the news that he has a son. Simon is more than furious but once he sees his son for the first time, there i [...]

    3. Tula Barrons – author of the popular Lonely Bunny children’s books - finds herself in an uncomfortable position when her cousin dies, designating her as temporary guardian of her infant son and the one who has to break the news (of both her death and the existence of the baby) to the father, Simon Bradley. Simon is married to his job, but after meeting Tula and his son, he’s willing to make some sacrifices to get to know them both a lot better. He convinces Tula to relocate to his home in [...]

    4. He'd certainly never set eyes on—much less gone to bed with—Tula Barrons. That he would have remembered. Yet businessman Simon Bradley agreed to let Tula and her infant cousin—a child she claimed was his—stay in his mansion until he had proof of the little boy's paternity.But having Tula under his roof revealed something unexpected—her father had once nearly destroyed Simon's business. The billionaire now had the perfect opportunity for revenge. He could seduce Tula and take away the b [...]

    5. Just because one has money, a thriving business with power doesn't mean they know about love, caring and how to accept and show that love. A lesson in bitterness and holding grudges is a tough lesson to learn as well. Love can help heal betrayal, bitterness and anger. A lesson on how we need people to heal our wounds and how a baby is a blessing in one's life that you didn't know you could love so much. A nice story of two people who are blessed with a baby boy to show hurting adults of love can [...]

    6. The first half of this story was slow and pretty boring. But then it really picks up and actually didn't follow the usual formula, which was nice. The ending is sweet and there's touching epilogue. SO nice to read a harlequin where the man actually owns up to his mistakes and even apologizes!! Will wonders never cease?! But seriously, this was better than I was expecting by the end.

    7. I'm feel like I ought to knock off another star just because the title is so terrible, but I did like this book. It was basically straight forward and predictable, but Simon and Tula were both likeable. This was a fast, fun read.

    8. I always enjoy this writer's books. There are many human elements in her's that I don't find with too many.where the hero or heroine actually screw up.

    9. This book is pretty entertaining and a good way to pass timeI would have liked a more detailed ending though

    10. Enjoyed reading this book. Short and one I'd consider light. Opposites attract and I'm glad Tula found Simon with cute Nathan in between, plus Gavin too.

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