The Bride's Baby of Shame

The Bride's Baby of Shame

by Caitlin Crews

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Overview

The Bride's Baby of Shame by Caitlin Crews

He knows the bride’s secret…

…she’s carrying his baby!

Dutiful heiress Sophie has never challenged her gilded existence, even agreeing to a convenient marriage at her father’s command. Until she meets ruthless Sicilian Renzo—one carnal night awakens unimaginable desires, and leaves her pregnant! When Renzo uncovers her secret, he’ll stop at nothing to legitimize his child—including storming Sophie’s wedding and stealing her as his own bride!

Stolen Brides series

Book 1 — Kidnapped for His Royal Duty by Jane Porter

Book 2 — The Bride’s Baby of Shame by Caitlin Crews

“L.O.V.E.D this story! From the beginning, which I have to give a triple A plus for originality, to the unique conclusion, I was hooked!” —Goodreads Reader on A Baby to Bind His Bride

“A passionate romance with revenge and family secrets providing plenty of drama.” —Harlequin Junkie on Imprisoned by the Greek’s Ring

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488083501
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 07/01/2018
Series: Stolen Brides
Sold by: HARLEQUIN
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 28,392
File size: 951 KB

About the Author

Caitlin Crews discovered her first romance novel at the age of twelve and has since began her life-long love affair with romance novels, many of which she insists on keeping near her at all times. She currently lives in California, with her animator/comic book artist husband and their menagerie of ridiculous animals.

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The Bride's Baby of Shame 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
REAL READER I like several of her books. This one was just not any good. Hero was not a hero, heroine was not likable.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I like dialogue and there is very little which is too bad because it's a good story.