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Baby Under the Christmas Tree (Harlequin Romance Series #4355)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2012

    Raymond

    Gets a christmas tree.

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  • Posted November 30, 2012

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    Baby Under the Christmas Tree by Teresa Carpenter The book start

    Baby Under the Christmas Tree by Teresa Carpenter
    The book starts out with Elle Austin at Princess camp when she was a little girl and her friend gave her a notepad and told her to write down everything she could hear. All the ideas others were talking about.
    That was the start of her career. She helped her dad with his job of athletic director by organizing everything associated with the teams. It got her to be the assistant where she was also the PR liaison for all the sports.
    She loves order and lists and hates chaos. Being the deputy director of PR now with hopes to get her own PR firm by 35 and she's on track.
    It's 2am and she is at the jail to bail them out. Maxwell-the Beast-Beasley is the leader of the pack. He does good PR and also bad PR.
    When she drops Max off at his house a woman is there and hands him the bundle and leaves. It's his child, Troy.
    She had NO idea he even had a child. Along with her boss Ray they devised a plan that might work to show Max in a good light so things would go his way when he was awarded full custody of the child.
    His ex girlfriend was getting a lot of money and a house so she'd be able to take the child on occasion-when he traveled. She might catch wind of his plan and go to the press to show herself in a good light especially for the hockey team.
    He was attracted to her and had even kissed her as they did the chores she had listed-legal dept, clothes shopping and then lunch at Old Town. Love this locale as I've heard it described in other books, fun place to be!
    Her family birthday party finds them all together, some tense and some calm moments.
    Everybody kept seeing them as Beauty and the Beast. After his ex girlfriend attacks Elle he has to make a decision as to what to do with the situation.
    Elle concentrates on the big Gala event to keep her mind off Max and Troy but it's not really working out that way..
    Great read with the sex scenes, hot and steamy.

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