The Baby Interview [NOOK Book]

Overview

Cole Donovan is handsome, successful, and a millionaire. He's a man who gets what he wants, and what he wants is a child--without the inconvenience of a wife. One failed marriage was more than enough to teach Cole that women can't be trusted. On the day he interviews potential surrogate mothers, Cole finds the perfect woman for the job. Too bad she turns out to be his florist. Florist Lucy Chaple is more than flattered when Cole invites her to dinner. After her parents' death, her life has been little more than ...
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The Baby Interview

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Overview

Cole Donovan is handsome, successful, and a millionaire. He's a man who gets what he wants, and what he wants is a child--without the inconvenience of a wife. One failed marriage was more than enough to teach Cole that women can't be trusted. On the day he interviews potential surrogate mothers, Cole finds the perfect woman for the job. Too bad she turns out to be his florist. Florist Lucy Chaple is more than flattered when Cole invites her to dinner. After her parents' death, her life has been little more than responsibilities--running their flower shop and raising her brother. She finds it hard to believe someone like Cole could be interested in her--and it turns out she's right. He's only interested in convincing Lucy to carry his child. But Lucy isn't about to give up her first born. Cole will do whatever it takes to change her mind, even wooing her. Everyone can be bought. He just needs to find Lucy's price--before he falls in love with her.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000170625
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
  • Publication date: 5/1/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 676,272
  • File size: 405 KB

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  • Posted May 24, 2009

    Cole Donovan, has everything money can buy, well almost. He wants a child, but not a wife. He had one of those before. All she wanted was his money; she wasn?t about to have a baby. Cole Donovan, has everything money can buy, well almost. He wa

    Cole Donovan, has everything money can buy, well almost. He wants a
    child, but not a wife. He had one of those before. All she wanted was
    his money; she wasn?t about to have a baby.

    Lucy Chaple owns a florist shop. With no delivery man for the day, she
    had to make them. Delivering flowers to Cole?s house, he thinks she is
    there for a interview??..to become the woman to have his child.
    Midway through the dinner date, she finally realizes what he is after.
    Sure the money looks good; it would put her brother through medical
    school, but no way was she going to have a child and give it way.

    Now, how is Cole going to convince her before he falls in love with
    her? Will he give in to his vows not to marry again? Will Lucy look
    at all the zero?s and wonder if it is worth it?

    This is a well written story that will make you laugh, bring a tear
    occasionally, and keep you interested throughout.

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