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by Judy Christenberry

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ISBN:
0373196547
Author:
Judy Christenberry
Category:
Erotica
Language:
English
Publisher:
Silhouette (April 1, 2003)
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1345 kb
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1655 kb
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1136 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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677


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Daddy On The Doorstep book. Judy Russell Christenberry was born in Dallas, Texas, USA, where she raised in a family of four children with a stay-at-home mom who was a terrific cook and an excellent teacher, where family tradition was concerned. As a child, Judy was surrounded by animals. Her father raised a few head of cattle to keep meat on the table.

Books by Judy Christenberry. Harlequin american romance. Without considering the consequences, he swung the truck back on the road and did an illegal U-turn at the next intersection. 901-TRIPLET secret babies. In two minutes, he was pulling into the parking lot at Memorial Hospital. Please, God, let her be all right. And if she was, he was going to break her neck for running out on the best thing that had ever happened to him. DID CAROLINE ASK to see me? Amelia asked as the limo pulled into the hospital parking lot. Daddy on the Doorstep

Books by Judy Christenberry. The Nine-Month Bride. Daddy on the Doorstep has been writing romances for over fifteen years because she loves happy endings as much as her readers do. She’s also a bestselling author for Harlequin American Romance, but she has a long love of traditional romances and is delighted to tell a story that brings those elements to the reader.

He was rich, he was handsom. nd Nicholas Avery was going to be a daddy! When Andrea Avery realized that her whirlwind marriage to the business tycoon had resulted in a bundle of joy, her protective instincts told her to keep. nd Nicholas Avery was going to be a daddy! When Andrea Avery realized that her whirlwind marriage to the business tycoon had resulted in a bundle of joy, her protective instincts told her to keep the child a secret. He was rich, he was handsom. After all, the last thing Nick wanted was a famil. .Only, suddenly stranded during a fierce storm with her soon-to-be ex, she wasn't sure how much longer she could keep her not-so-little secret.

Judy Christenberry has been writing romances for fifteen years because she loves happy endings as much as her readers. I'm a very big Judy Christenberry fan and have anxiously awaited this book for months. She hopes readers have as much fun reading her stories as she does writing them. When I finally read it, I was disappointed because I don't feel that it's up to Christenberry's standards. Nick Avery is a rich, handsome, sexy businessman. He's been married to Andrea for six months.

He turned on the burners and stirred the sauce as he watched the water begin to boil.

She hopes readers have as much fun with her stories as she does. He turned on the burners and stirred the sauce as he watched the water begin to boil. Jennifer says we don’t need no daddy.

Daddy on the Doorstep – e-bog, som er skrevet af Judy Christenberry. Læs denne bog via appen Google Play Bøger på din computer eller dine Android- eller iOS-enheder. Download Daddy on the Doorstep for at læse den offline, fremhæv tekst, tilføj bogmærker eller tag noter, mens du læser bogen. Daddy on the Doorstep. Daddy on the Doorstep Beauty & the Beastly Rancher The Last Crawford Bachelor. has been writing romances for over fifteen years because she loves happy endings as much as her readers do. She’s a bestselling author for Harlequin American Romance, but she has a long love of traditional romances and is delighted to tell a story that brings those elements to the reader.

From the back cover-The baby gift... He was rich, he was handsome...and Nicholas Avery was going to be a daddy! When Andrea Avery realized that her whirlwind marriage to the business tycoon had resulted in a bundle of joy, her protective instincts told her to keep the child secret. After all, the last thing Nick wanted was a family... Only, suddenly stranded during a fierce storm with her soon-to-be ex, she wasn't sure how much longer she could keep her not-so-little secret. But the long days--and nights--spent with each other brought back the deep, passionate emotions that still coursed between them. Now that fate had intervened, was this her last chance to convince Nick that he was the perfect husband and --surprise--daddy?
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  • Gaxaisvem
I'm a very big Judy Christenberry fan and have anxiously awaited this book for months. When I finally read it, I was disappointed because I don't feel that it's up to Christenberry's standards.
Nick Avery is a rich, handsome, sexy businessman. He's been married to Andrea for six months. During their marriage, Nick works later and later trying to avoid having to talk with Andrea. Although he lavishes her with things, he only comes home to sleep with her. After six months, Andrea realizes she doesn't really know Nick. She does know, however, that he never wants to be a father. Having grown up an orphan in foster homes, Andrea wants children more than anything. When she finds out she's pregnant, she leaves Nick rather than have her child grow up with a father that doesn't love it.
Nick and Andrea both rush to see Nick's Aunt Bess during a terrible storm. Aunt Bess turns out not to be at home and Nick and Andrea get stuck together for several days. During this time, Nick keeps asking why Andrea won't come back to him. He accuses her of all sorts of dastardly deeds. For her part, Andrea won't just tell Nick she's pregnant. It takes way to long to resolve things, the last 10 pages of the book, and get to rebuilding the relationship.
  • Benn
Andrea Avery left her husband for one very good reason. Despite his attempts at protection, she is pregnant--and despite everything he says, she will have the child. When a flood leaves Andrea and millionaire businessman Nicholas Avery stranded in his aunt's home, Andrea knows she needs to tell him the truth--the reason she left and what she needs if she is to return to being his wife. But Nick has problems of his own--his own father was cruel and alcoholic. Nick fears that he would be no better--and would rather be no father at all than the only kind of father he ever knew. That Andrea has withheld the truth from him won't help. Worse, though, is that their enforced togetherness is making Andrea think about how nice it would be to make a real family.
Author Judy Christenberry delivers an emotionally compelling story of fear and growth. Only by taking a chance can Nick learn to love. Only by telling the truth can Andrea discover Nick's true feelings. Yet, the very actions that might bring them joy are also the actions that hold the largest risk. Christenberry's light style makes for a fast read, compelling the reader through to the final crisis--and beyond.