His Instant Heir

His Instant Heir

by Katherine Garbera
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His Instant Heir 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
ReneeEntress More than 1 year ago
4.5 Star Review – His Instant Heir (Baby Business #1) I recommend this book. This book includes drama, passion, betrayal and romance throughout the entire story. Cari Chandler and Declan “Dec” Montrose had a one-night stand 18 months ago which resulted in a baby boy named DJ “Declan Junior”. Cari decided not to tell Declan when she found out she was pregnant as he ran out on her after that one night and never contacted her. Dec was sent in by his cousins to get rid of the Chandlers and dismantle there company as they are the enemy of the Montrose from a long ago feud between the grandfathers of the two families. Dec has not stopped wanting Cari since he left her in the hotel so many months ago. He decides he will have her and they can be together for the next 6 weeks that he is there. When Cari tells Dec he has a son things change. He realizes that he wants his son and Cari too. Now he must figure out how he can have them and also do what his cousins want him to do also. Will he be able to make the right decision? Will he have any family left in the end after he makes that choice? You can feel the chemistry between the two throughout the book. You also feel Dec’s conflict as he is being pulled by family in a different direction then he wants to go with Cari.
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ssmommie75TB More than 1 year ago
I've read many "Secret Baby" stories and this one stands out as an original,  just in the fact that Dec doesn't set out for revenge based on the fact he knew he walked out on Cari. Katherine Garbera did a really good job writing this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cari is such a bleeding heart pushover. Dec barely even has to apologize for being a jerk and she's all forgiving. She's a little needy and pathetic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book looking forward to the next one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago