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Millionaire in Command
     

Millionaire in Command

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by Catherine Mann
 

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Mr. October: Kyle Landis, Air Force commander, millionaire…daddy?

Motto: Family first, last, always.

Marriage?: Not until now!

He'd worked the most dangerous missions, but nothing had prepared Kyle Landis for the surprise of becoming a dad. When Phoebe Slater suddenly announced the child she was caring for was his baby, he had no

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Millionaire in Command (Silhouette Desire #1969) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Judy_F More than 1 year ago
Catherine Mann continues her wonderful Landis Family series on Millionaire In Command. Kyle Landis, Air Force Commander thought he could handle any mission that was handed his way. At his welcome home gale he is shocked to find out he may be a dad. Seems this beautiful woman in front of him is saying the daughter she has been caring for a friend is his child. Kyle is floored when Phoebe Slater suggests marriage between them to keep little Nina out of foster care. History Professor Phoebe Slater doesn't mind taking care of baby Nina. But Nina's mom has been gone for months and Phoebe is worried child protective services will be knocking on her door any day now. She proposes a marriage of convenience to the baby's father to buy her some time to locate the mother. Kyle and Phoebe both enter into this marriage with good intentions. Neither was planning on being so attracted to each other. Once they give into their desires all bets are off. Now that the relationship is real will it hold up when Nina's birth mother shows up? Millionaire In Command is a real treat. You have you top notch military man and a strong capable woman, what more could you ask for in a romance. The dialogue is witty and the chemistry is spicy. Catherine Mann's stories are always a first pick for me.
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