AN OFFICER... AND NOT A GENTLEMAN.
After months of communicating long-distance, Audrey Williams’ boyfriend, Daniel, has finally come to visit her. He’s a Marine officer serving in the Middle East.
He’s the embodiment of her fairy tale dreams: Tall, dashing, heroic, a modern-day knight, the man she’s been waiting for all her life. He's her one and only true love.
Finally, she will have her own happy ending!
When Major Zak Underwood’s twin brother, Daniel, is killed in action in the Middle East, a part of him dies, too. All he wants is to go back to the war zone and spill more enemy blood. But his brother has left him a letter asking him to do one important thing: to deliver the sad news to Daniel’s fiancee in person.
The truth is, he doesn’t care about his brother’s very young girlfriend. He always thought Daniel was nuts for falling in love with a woman he hadn’t met in person. But he can’t say no to a dead man’s last wish.
So here he is now, face to face with Daniel’s fiancee.
Her face lights up in the most breathtaking smile he’s ever seen in his life. When she throws herself into his arms and shyly plants a sweet kiss on his lips, he forgets what he’s come here for.
And when she calls him ‘Danny’ in this breathy voice, her eyes awash with emotion and so much love… he doesn’t correct her.
God forgive him, but he wants to take his brother’s place.
This is the Complete Claiming His Baby Series by Arabella Rae.
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Claiming His Baby complete series
This story is so packed with emotion I couldn’t contain my own. I could feel the bond between brothers and the love of the woman of your dreams. The shared grief and turmoil of being torn. This story is not to be missed!
This series was a good read, full of emotions. I was glad Zak and Audrey was able to make a life together and it does seem like Daniel wanted his brother to be with her when he died. The author did a good job overall a few typing errors but a good job overall
Claiming his baby
One of the best books I’ve read in a while. This book made me cry and root for Zak. Very well written and emotionally gripping. The adult scenes are vivid and very descriptive. I love this book and can’t wait to read more from the author.