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It was meant to be only one night of romance, but suddenly she’s in a contract marriage with a prince!

While providing medical care in a war-torn region, Caz and Carlos get locked in a hospital when they failed to escape in time. On the third night of their entrapment, they’re no longer able to deny their attraction to one another and sleep together. It was supposed to be just one night of romance, but when Caz returns to Australia, she learns that she’s pregnant and resolves to raise the child herself. However, Carlos discovers the pregnancy and proposes to her. What he had failed to mention during their time working together is that he is actually a prince!

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Available until : Jan. 31st 2021(Romance Theme Course($9.99)

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comical and cute 4  4

I enjoyed this harlequin a lot. I found it fun with the little fantastical creatures that appeared throughout the pages and how they were representations of the characters in the story. The hero and heroine are both medics on the battlefield. The heroine, an army medic is taking the opportunity to get away from her heinous divorce from her cheating ex (who stated their marriage ended because she couldn’t get pregnant as if it were her fault) and the hero is just a helpful person. Now, the two volunteer to stay behind in order to care of a patient whose leg was amputated. Through the danger and unknown, they spend time healing their patient as well as relying on each other. Their relationship quickly becomes passionate and then they separate on good terms. Next, the heroine finds out she’s pregnant and informs the hero. Their little reunion is anything but joyful. He relays his fears of the child having Huntington’s disease that resides in his family and was one of the main components in his parent’s disastrous marriage. It’s because the mother seemed to have it and the father just cut her out of his life. The hero puts out the option of abortion if the child has it and it puts a heavy burden on our couple who still hold a flame for each other. This is where the heroine learns the hero is the new King. They get through the first obstacle: waiting on the test results. Happily, they find the baby doesn’t have the disease. The hero insists the heroine come to his country to get married and she complies with his request. She meets his mother who acts kind but when the hero is out of sight and hearing, she tells the heroine to give her baby up to them. The heroine refuses the idea and agrees to marriage with the hero. This is their next obstacle of navigating their feelings and the social life of royalty. The heroine does swimmingly but her relationship with the hero is still unstable. The two simply don’t know how to communicate and express their love for each other. They do get a guiding hand in finding out they do love each other or admitting it themselves. Once they hear each other’s declaration of love, all the troubles just melt away. Afterwards, the two decide to publicize the disease and help the mother overcome her pain from her marriage. The story ends with a wedding but it’s a well done ending and I really liked the book.

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