Billionaire's Baby Promise

Billionaire's Baby Promise

by Sarah M. Anderson

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ISBN-13: 9780373838325
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 03/07/2017
Series: Billionaires and Babies
Edition description: Original
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Sarah M. Anderson won RT Reviewer's Choice 2012 Desire of the Year for A Man of Privilege. The Nanny Plan was a 2016 RITA® winner for Contemporary Romance: Short. Find out more about Sarah's love of cowboys at

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Billionaire's Baby Promise 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MADreaderMD More than 1 year ago
Daniel Lee has been the most mysterious of Hardwick Beaumont's illegitimate children, and he has been fine with keeping it that way. He doesn't invite his half-siblings over for a beer, and he doesn't tell anybody much about the Korean side of his family either. All anyone knows is that he was a political consultant who helped run several campaigns, and now he controls the publicity for the Beaumont Brewery. He's done everything in his power to prove that he can be a success to his Korean grandfather, while still being as little like him and his father as he could be. He's got no regrets about his career or his lifestyle. Well, maybe just one. Christine Murray was the one time he knew he crossed the line. While trying to take down her father's campaign two years ago, he threw Christine into the limelight and exposed her out-of-wedlock pregnancy. Her conservative father disowned her, and her fiancé left her. Now she's raising her baby girl by herself, and she just happens to be living in Denver. Daniel always thought she got a raw deal, and he blames himself. So when his old boss calls and wants him to help with a new Murray campaign, he knows Christine is about to get drug through the mud again. This time he's willing to put all his considerable resources to work to protect her and her child. He's just not sure if he's doing it to ease his guilt or because Christine has always fascinated him. I enjoyed this book because it gave some insight into what it would be like to be caught up in unwanted media attention through no fault of your own. And it explored what someone like Daniel must feel when trying to fit into the cultures of both sides of his family. Daniel and Christine's connection felt real, even though they were in a very surreal situation. And Marie is the cutest toddler ever!