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Most Helpful Favorable Review

7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

From Knight to Daddy...

The Knight and Maggie's Baby by Lisa Mondello
Book 3 in Fate With a Helping Hand Series
Jonah wanted to save his childhood home and the catch was to be married for one year so his Grandfather would not sell it. That is what led him to make an arrangement with his secr...
The Knight and Maggie's Baby by Lisa Mondello
Book 3 in Fate With a Helping Hand Series
Jonah wanted to save his childhood home and the catch was to be married for one year so his Grandfather would not sell it. That is what led him to make an arrangement with his secretary, Catherine, for a pretend marriage for only one year. Only she bolted at the last minute.

Jonah had money and everything materialistic but he had an emptiness that he could not identify until he met Maggie Bonelli. Going into her coffee shop to use the phone after being left at the altar was quite humbling. Dressed in his tux, his building across the street but no keys to enter it and no employee's working because he gave them off, he felt like a thirteen year old once again. The beautiful woman gave him coffee and pie and conversation. He really did not want to leave her company, after calling Michael to come and get him, he was glad when she accepted a ride home in his limo with him. And before he knew it he was asking her to marry him.

Maggie's mother, Rhonda, could not believe she had turned the handsome millionaire away . With a baby on the way and the Keith washing his hands of her, Rhonda thought it was an opportunity to give her baby more than she was able to give Maggie. She felt content in her life though. She had the love of her mother and before her grandma had passed on some months ago, she had her love and now she had Grandma's coffee shop as the reminder of her childhood. As she reconsidered though, Maggie knew that by allowing Jonah to give her baby his name, it would save her child much grief in the future.

Can a man with everything the world had to offer but never had the love he wanted from his parents and a woman who had nothing and yet was rich for having the love of her mother and grandmother find a happiness together? This was a really touching story.

*Mild sexual situations and language.

posted by Jutzie on October 20, 2011

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

cute but predictable

The plot is cute and has characters you grow to like. It is predictable, but that is not a crime in a romance. I just wish the author would get a better editor. There are a few grammar and spelling mistakes that were distracting and motivated me to lower the rating of t...
The plot is cute and has characters you grow to like. It is predictable, but that is not a crime in a romance. I just wish the author would get a better editor. There are a few grammar and spelling mistakes that were distracting and motivated me to lower the rating of the book.

posted by 4293821 on February 1, 2012

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  • Posted October 20, 2011

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    From Knight to Daddy...

    The Knight and Maggie's Baby by Lisa Mondello
    Book 3 in Fate With a Helping Hand Series
    Jonah wanted to save his childhood home and the catch was to be married for one year so his Grandfather would not sell it. That is what led him to make an arrangement with his secretary, Catherine, for a pretend marriage for only one year. Only she bolted at the last minute.

    Jonah had money and everything materialistic but he had an emptiness that he could not identify until he met Maggie Bonelli. Going into her coffee shop to use the phone after being left at the altar was quite humbling. Dressed in his tux, his building across the street but no keys to enter it and no employee's working because he gave them off, he felt like a thirteen year old once again. The beautiful woman gave him coffee and pie and conversation. He really did not want to leave her company, after calling Michael to come and get him, he was glad when she accepted a ride home in his limo with him. And before he knew it he was asking her to marry him.

    Maggie's mother, Rhonda, could not believe she had turned the handsome millionaire away . With a baby on the way and the Keith washing his hands of her, Rhonda thought it was an opportunity to give her baby more than she was able to give Maggie. She felt content in her life though. She had the love of her mother and before her grandma had passed on some months ago, she had her love and now she had Grandma's coffee shop as the reminder of her childhood. As she reconsidered though, Maggie knew that by allowing Jonah to give her baby his name, it would save her child much grief in the future.

    Can a man with everything the world had to offer but never had the love he wanted from his parents and a woman who had nothing and yet was rich for having the love of her mother and grandmother find a happiness together? This was a really touching story.

    *Mild sexual situations and language.

    7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2011

    Wonderful

    I read this book in 2 days. Couldn't put it down. Love the way Lisa puts words to paper.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 27, 2011

    A Modern Fairy-Tale

    I loved this modern Cinderella story. Wonderful characters and a sweet story. I was hooked from the first page and read it without stopping.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 28, 2014

    Loved this book. What innocent young girl doesn't dream of a kni

    Loved this book. What innocent young girl doesn't dream of a knight saving her. This book is about a not so innocent woman needing to be saved, and Sir Jonah Wallace stepping up to save her. Yes he is there for his own selfish reasons, but he is honest with her from the start. Maggie struggles to remain independent as per her agreement with Jonah, but as they both fall in love they cant remain apart. I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to reading more from this author.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2014

    WORTH READING

    This was a good book with a good story line. I enjoyed reading it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2014

    Good Story

    Really enjoyed

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2012

    Great read.

    This book is a great story. Very clean book with both a main and underlying theme that reminds you what is important in life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2012

    Made me laugh and cry. Loved this book!

    Made me laugh and cry. Loved this book!

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