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A D'ANGELO LIKE NO OTHER
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A D'ANGELO LIKE NO OTHER
A story by USA Today bestselling author becomes a comic!
The man with the obsidian eyes—will he ever fall in love?
Eva was lost with no money left in her savings. She’d reached her limit taking care of her late sister’s baby twins all by herself. So she flew from London to Paris to visit the babies’ father at the Archangel gallery. The dignified owner of the gallery coldly asserted that he has never met her sister. It turns out the real father is his younger brother, who is on his honeymoon! Though he suspects Eva of being a gold digger, she ends up staying at his mansion until they can sort things out.
About the Author
Carole Mortimer was born in England, the youngest of three children. She began writing in 1978, and has now written over one hundred and seventy books for Harlequin Mills and Boon®. Carole has six sons, Matthew, Joshua, Timothy, Michael, David and Peter. She says, ‘I’m happily married to Peter senior; we’re best friends as well as lovers, which is probably the best recipe for a successful relationship. We live in a lovely part of England.’
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- never taken care of babies before 4
- JAB 07/17/2018 6 people found the following review helpful
The heroine is on her last legs to take her motherless twins to their father for help because you know that taking one kid is hard, try taking care of two kids by yourself after........year of pain with loss of parents and sister who gave birth to them. She meets the hero and tells him she's looking for the father of her niece and nephew and says the hero's brother's name who's on his honeymoon. The hero tells her where his brother is and it really throws her for a loop. He's not at first sympathetic towards the heroine till he notices the dark bags under her eyes and the thin frame she has because all he saw is that she wants money and she does but it's for the twin's expenses for things that fly out the door, example: diapers. You can go through large packages in a week and that's just for one baby, imagine two. So, the hero decides to support the heroine by having her stay here with the twins and wait till the brother gets back to sort things out. The heroine reluctantly goes with the offer since she is financially strapped and mentally drained. I didn't like the hero's words at the heroine just being an aunt, I'm sorry but even if you're the biologically uncle who's thinking of the biologically father, you shouldn't say such horrible things to the woman who has been taking care of your niece and nephew who are hers as well since she is the biologically aunt. After that, the hero gets a taste of caring for children and the hard work it takes. It even shocks him of how hard to even eat out with babies. Still, he doesn't shy away and they get to know each through talking and raising the twins. The hero discovers the startling truth that the heroine is a photographer whose pictures he likes. They have an almost passionate moment when babies wails interrupt and leave them confused on their actions. Sadly, the wrong words are said that escalate into a situation with crying babies and shouting adults. It doesn't get any better when the heroine misinterprets the hero's offer of having her work displayed at their fancy gallery that she says some rather harsh things to the man. I liked how to two of them reflected on the past and their words exchanged between one another because it helps them try to reach out to each other. They do and more but it ends on a sour note after coitus, the hero apologizes and the first thing how lucky she is to be on birth control. The heroine gets upset because it's the first thing that came to the hero's mind of whether she got pregnant or not and declares she is leaving for home no matter what. The hero leaves her note to notify her of where he is and he'll be back soon to talk. She gets a surprise visit from one of the hero's employees who gives her a real shock: he's the father of the twins, he lied to the heroine's sister of his man, and that he's a married man with two kids. The hero is just as shocked at the news and more to the heroine leaving with the twins but before she departs, she gives the hero a letter to read. The hero reads the love letter and takes action. Four days later, the heroine is surprised by the visiting hero who tells her that the father is given up rights, allowing her to adopt her niece and nephew plus he's being moved to Rome at the "request" of the hero. The hero opens up about how he fell in love with a woman who stated she was pregnant but had an abortion and moved on to a richer and older man. It really broke the hero's heart who was afraid of getting another woman pregnant. He confesses his love for the heroine and asks if she will write his name next to hers on the adoption papers and then asks her to marry him. She happily says yes and we get a happy ending.
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