Connie Bonner has spent her life working hard and following her passion, never too worried about how things will work out or where her life is headed. But after one unforgettable, passionate night with Brian O'Leary, her gorgeous former boss, her life has ground to a halt. Now, she's pregnant. Facing the biggest responsibility of her life. Worse, Brian's new girlfriend and soon-to-be fiancée is demanding Brian not be named the father and that Connie sign a non-disclosure agreement. But when Brian begins to help Connie prepare for the baby, she finds herself dreaming about not just their child but a family with the billionaire as well.
Brian is convinced that Connie's pregnancy is just a small hiccup on his way to the perfect life he's dreamed of since he was a poor kid on the wrong side of the tracks. He's already amassed fortune, and has found the perfect, practical fiancée who comes with a major tech deal, putting his goal almost in reach. He has no room in his life for the always-cheerful Connie, but he finds himself more and more drawn to her despite his looming goal. She's the opposite of everything he needs in life. But if that's true, why is it so hard to resist her?
As the pregnancy progresses, Connie wants Brian to see that there's more to life than making money, and that they're meant to be a family. But with everything working against them and a baby on the way, time is running out for them to find their happily ever after.
This was a cute read. It had some drama about paternity and the treath of exoposure. The drama with “baby mama” and current girl friend was fun to read about.. your modern day cat fight. I enjoyed the story line and thought it was a fun read. I would recommend this book.
The Billionaire’s Accidental Baby
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This was such a sad book. I totally disliked Brian. He was more interested in the bottom line and getting into the billionaire league that he didn't care who he hurt. Connie was a total different kind of person from Brian. She had a sense of humor and was funny BUT there is a time and place for such humor and with a person that your company is trying to get a contract with is not one of them. She had no sense of proper decorum for the work place.
I really didn't feel any chemistry between these two especially since he was seeing someone else and had just become unofficially engaged prior to Connie making her pregnancy know. Also after their one night stand, Connie apparently left in the middle of the night. There was no explanation as to why.
There were several editing errors here. I had to re-read several passages to make sure I was understanding what the author was intending.
There is language here that is not appropriate for someone under 18 plus several sexual scenes.
This was a short a sweet story. But I have to say at times I wanted to smack Brian. He could be such a jerk. But, we get to see him grow throughout the story. Connie was a great character. She has this amazing personality but then you get the I wanted to smack her as well because of how things were playing out. Both characters were well developed and this story is very down to earth. It is a great story that is definitely worth reading.
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