USA Today Bestselling author Claudia Burgoa brings you a fresh romantic comedy filled with an unexpected surprise, a wicked billionaire, and plenty of laughs.
The right life is the one you never see coming.
I had it all. The luxury apartment, hot dates, and the big office to go with long nights at the office.
Life was perfect.
But after a one-night stand, two little lines on a pregnancy test, and three lost legal cases later…
Well, overnight I went from career lawyer to single mom.
It’s okay, I can do it. I’m ready to face this alone until…
Along comes Nathaniel Chadwick. Billionaire adrenaline junky. Everyone’s favorite playboy… and my sister’s brother-in-law.
He’s as hot as he is jaded. When it comes to relationships and family, he’d rather jump off a cliff.
I wrote him off long ago, except since he learned about the baby he’s been by my side.
Is it pregnancy hormones or is there something real happening between us?
I didn’t expect any of this...most of all him.
Didn’t Expect You is a billionaire romance of unexpected pregnancies, exciting encounters, and flirty love. It includes a very confused dog, a precious newborn, and a family you might want to belong to. This chick-lit novel is a romantic comedy with a HEA guaranteed!
abulously Captivating & Heartfelt! Great Story & Listen🎧
Nyx, an attorney who is looking to make partner, except her number one supporter in the firm left and it has been an uphill battle to stay afloat. Her being sick and turning off clients did not help matters either, and it did not take long for her boss to give her the boot. Luckily, her old boss has her back and will help her with an unlawful termination case. Nate, the social one of the two Chadwick brothers, Ford, is the brains behind the development and Nate is the deal maker. He likes to live life to the fullest but is a cynic for love and relationship and is a complete player with the ladies, a “love them and leave them” type of guy. Nate is drawn to Nyx, there is something about her that makes him want to get to know her better, but Nyx knows he is not relationship material and she does not want to complicate things for her sister and his brother, who already warned Nate to stay away from her. But when Nate finds out she is pregnant, he wants to be there for her and becomes her fiercest protector.I loved the layers and complexity to these characters, also loved how everything played out, watching Nate not only fall for Nyx, but show his caring side and then deal with his past and inner demons to help him grow as a person, knock down that wall he built around his heart. Nyx also grew as a person too, coming to grips with her nurturing behavior for her siblings. This wonderfully plotted story has the perfect balance of drama, witty dialogue and humor, heartfelt emotions and a slow, but oh so sweet, romance. Claudia Burgoa, thank you for another fabulously entertaining story and emotional rollercoaster ride.
🎧📚🎧 I listened to the audiobook edition and Claudia Burgoa had the perfect cast to bring her characters and story to life, a multi-cast and a fabulous lineup of talented narrators and versatile voice artists. Aaron Shedlock and Virginia Rose covered the roles of the two lead characters, with Brooke Bloomingdale and Jason Clarke returning as Persy and Chad, and Liam Sanderson and Connor Brown joins Teddy Hamilton covering the roles for secondary/support characters. Their portrayal of the characters is spot on, giving each a voice that fits their character’s persona to a tee, sounding believable and just as I picture the characters to sound. These entertaining storytellers are a pleasure to listen to and their narration enhanced this wonderful story to another level. Thank you for another fabulous listen.
I absolutely love it, to the characters, storyline, storytelling. I’ma sucker for a romantic novel, and I was definitely sucked in. If I didn’t have responsibilities, I’ll have definitely finished it one sitting!
I really wanted to love it…
After reading the first book I the series, I was very much looking forward to this story. Unfortunately it just didn’t ring for me. A lot of the book just doesn’t line up and the early pregnancy mentions feel superficial and not realistic timing-wise.