Facing Up to Fatherhood

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Harlequin Mills & Boon, Limited, 2000 - Fiction - 285 pages
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When a beautiful, fiery-eyed brunette wheeled a pram into Dominic Hunter's office, claiming he was the baby's father, he knew he could not have forgotten making love to her! But Tina was convinced that Dominic, a successful stockbroker, was Bonnie's father -- and she was determined to make this heartless seducer face up to fatherhood.

Heartless? Even Dominic couldn't resist baby Bonnie, whether she was his or not, and never before had he wanted a woman -- Tina -- so much...

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Review: Facing Up To Fatherhood (Harlequin Presents No. 2087)

User Review  - Roub - Goodreads

i skipped pages, did not even make it 2 the end ! they were like cats n dogs ni was disgusted wid dominic, the manwhore ! tina's emotions were all over the place. she was like a teenager in her nineteens instead of a 26 yr old woman. retarded or what !? i dunno lol:p it was awful 4 me Read full review

Review: Facing Up To Fatherhood (Harlequin Presents No. 2087)

User Review  - Meetu - Goodreads

First part of book is good but with too many twists for my taste. The end stretching things that could be wound up easily. Is the guy a father or not is a question around which the story is based. The ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2000)

Miranda Lee was born at Port Macquarie, a seaside town of New South Wales, Australia. After leaving her convent school, which she attended from age 11 to 17, Lee briefly studied the cello before moving to Sydney, where she became interested in computers. Lee then attempted greyhound training, as well as horse and goat breeding, but still hadn't found her niche. Her sister suggested writing romances, so Lee decided to try it out. It took a decade of trial and error before her first romance, After the Affair, was accepted and published. Lee began writing in 1981 and sent out her first manuscript in 1982. After the Affair was accepted for publication in 1988 and published in 1990. That same year her second book, An Obsessive Desire was published. Lee is the author of over fifty novels for Harlequin Mills & Boon.

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