French Count's Pregnant Bride

French Count's Pregnant Bride

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by Catherine Spencer
     
 

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Diana Reeves's search to find her birth mother takes her to a French village, and into the employ of Anton, Comte de Valois.

It's not long before their shared passion leads to pregnancy and Anton insists on marrying Diana. But his intense desire to father a child causes Diana to question his motives for marriage….

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Diana Reeves's search to find her birth mother takes her to a French village, and into the employ of Anton, Comte de Valois.

It's not long before their shared passion leads to pregnancy and Anton insists on marrying Diana. But his intense desire to father a child causes Diana to question his motives for marriage….

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781552546499
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
10/01/2006
Series:
Harlequin Presents Series , #2578
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
400,836
File size:
166 KB

Meet the Author

In the past, Catherine Spencer has been an English teacher which was the springboard for her writing career. Heathcliff, Rochester, Romeo and Rhett were all responsible for her love of brooding heroes! Catherine has had the lucky honour of being a Romance Writers of America RITA finalist and has been a guest speaker at both international and local conferences and was the only Canadian chosen to appear on the television special, Harlequin goes Prime Time.

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French Count's Pregnant Bride 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Catherine Spencer's latest romance, The French Count's Pregnant Bride is a great book. Vivid characters and a great sense of place give the book that edge that makes it stand out from the crowd. Diana goes to a small French village to search for her birth mother. She quickly identifies the most likely candidate, but doesn't count on the complications that will occur if she confronts her. She also hasn't anticipated the attraction she feels for Anton so soon after her own husband has left her for another woman. The author skillfully handles the conflict between the main characters, and the emotional conflict within the heroine. Distinctive secondary characters enhance the story, adding depth to the plot. The writing is flawless, as we have come to expect from this author. All readers of romance will enjoy this book, and so will people who don't normally read romance. Give it a try.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love to read Catherine Spencer novels because they make you believe in romance. There are many authors who use the same format, the same cliches and call themselves authors. Spencer always varies her heroes and heroines. The hero in this romance was attracted to the heroine but he did not trust. He had been burned badly before. The heroine had just been dumped by her husband of 8 years, and was trying to find her birth mother, because she had no one left. The story takes place in a small town in France with a cast of 2 old maid aunts, the count, a vindictive relative who wants to marry the count and of course, the heroines birth mother. Highly entertaining with a village that are protective of the hero, their comte. It was very sweet.
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