The Magnate's Marriage Demand (Desire Series #1842) [NOOK Book]

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Marriage and children played no part in Armand De Luca's plans. Then the hard-driving tycoon learned he had to marry--and produce an heir!--or lose his company. When he discovered his late brother had fathered an as yet unborn child, Armand saw the perfect opportunity. But expectant mother Tamara Kendle was not at all sure she wanted any part of Armand, his millions or his convenient marriage. And she was so infinitely desirable, ...

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The Magnate's Marriage Demand (Desire Series #1842)

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Overview

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Marriage and children played no part in Armand De Luca's plans. Then the hard-driving tycoon learned he had to marry--and produce an heir!--or lose his company. When he discovered his late brother had fathered an as yet unborn child, Armand saw the perfect opportunity. But expectant mother Tamara Kendle was not at all sure she wanted any part of Armand, his millions or his convenient marriage. And she was so infinitely desirable, he wasn't sure this union could ever be strictly business...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426809736
  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises
  • Publication date: 3/1/2008
  • Series: Silhouette Desire Series , #1842
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 377,331
  • File size: 139 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2007

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    This is Robyn Grady¿s first novel for Silhouette Desire and what a brilliant debut book¿¿So many layers in each of her characters the handsome and sexy millionaire Armand De Luca and the lovely Tamara Kendle. However, let¿s not forget the others¿..the dog, the housekeeper, the family friend and corporate attorney and the De Luca and Kendle family dynamics. WOW is the only adjective I can use to describe this wonderful love story.------- Tamara¿s heart is aching¿..she¿s not only lost her event planning business, she¿s lost her best friend and the father of her baby and she doesn¿t know how¿s she¿s going to make ends meet. Now she has to attend her friend¿s funeral and say goodbye to Marc Earle. Tamara knows Marc has a millionaire brother Armand De Luca and when she sees him at the funeral, she¿s distracted by his presence.-------- Think that¿s bad enough¿¿Armand arrives at her dilapidated apartment and makes her an offer she can¿t refuse. His father¿s will stipulates he must have an heir by a certain age and he knows that Tamara is pregnant with his brother¿s child and close to being evicted. If he doesn¿t produce a legitimate heir then he stands to loose a lot. Being an astute businessman, he proposes to take care of Tamara and the baby but there is a stipulation¿¿they must marry and Armand claim the parentage. So many emotions and when Tamara feels she¿s been used, it¿s heartbreaking!--------- Their journey is a full blown rollercoaster ride and issues like family, values, revenge, trust, respect and what¿s important. What I found very interesting was Tamara¿s upbringing, her mom for the most part was emotionally ¿unavailable¿ for Armand, his family was split¿.he was raised by his father and Marc by his mother and believe me there were scars.-------- What I so loved about this book was their self discovery what¿s important family and trust being the most important, attraction, business, self worth, and when the walls came tumbling down for Armand when he viewed the ultrasound and he KNEW what was important¿..the mother and the baby and his feelings, incredible!--------!!! This is a marvellous book is all I can say, it challenges the reader to examine exactly what¿s important and yet is so entertaining! Congratulations to Robyn for this very special love story!--------

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