!!> Read ➹ Uncovering Her Nine Month Secret ➼ Author Jennie Lucas – 1sm.info

Uncovering Her Nine Month Secret You Wouldn T Have Been Able To Resist Either, Believe Me He Broke Down My Defenses As If They Were Paper One Dark, Unfathomable Glance From Alejandro, The Notorious Duke Of Alzacar, And I Was His It Was Only Later That I Realized Why He D Seduced Me, And I Had No Choice But To Flee Nine Months On, He S Found Me No Matter How My Body And My Heart React To Him, I Can Never Let The Duke Take Our Son Away From Me But Alejandro Will Stop At Nothing I Just Have One Card Left To Play



10 thoughts on “Uncovering Her Nine Month Secret

  1. says:

    Finally an absolute WINNER after some very disappointing Mills Boon stories that I have read lately.A first for Mills Boon..a romance novel written in 1st person Now that s something different.Jenny Lucas did not disappoint me..I had the feeling that I was going to love this story..from the opening lines I was pulled into Lena Carlisle s head I ex


  2. says:

    Well This had a 2014 copyright date, but I felt like I was reading an old school I mean 1970 s old school HP because not only was the plot OTT with fun twists, there was a travelogue of the Alhambra in Spain The hero had a deep dark secret that involved view spoiler mistaken identities hide spoiler The OM was a homicidal maniac who was obsessed with th


  3. says:

    4.5 Stars This is a safe read Both were celibate during time apart HURRAH I just completed my fourth read through Although I liked it the first time, I was a bit torn but I understand it better now The first time through I made some hasty judgements because the hero was so horribly mean at the beginning of the story but it takes a couple of chapters to unde


  4. says:

    DNF.I just can t do it.Too OTT plus I started rooting for the villain.Oops, just realized why I gave one of my rare 4 stars for that stinker H from Nine Months to Redeem Him Hanging my head in shame DNF.I just can t do it.Too OTT plus I started rooting for the villain.Oops, just realized why I gave one of my rare 4 stars for that stinker H from Nine Months to Re


  5. says:

    I loved this book It will be on my re read list for sure I loved the h I got all teary eyed when she went back for her son s legacy and I could just see the look on the Heroes face when he realized how she had lived and how she was treated It was very sad I hated her cousin She was unbelievable When the h asked her why she couldn t love her, it broke my heart I loved


  6. says:

    First of all this book is written in first person perspective, heroine s the narrator Heroine is an innocent poor orphan young woman mistreated by her rich evil cousin She even works for her and sleeps in a shabby attic A Cinderella heroine She meets Alejandro a handsome duke and falls for him fast and hard But so does her evil cousin and she eventually breaks them up Nin


  7. says:

    I loved this book I was in the mood for something romantic and sweet and this hit the spot just right.Low level angst,sweet heroine,sweet baby,loveable abuela,and a great lead alpha male.I was prepared to dislike him at the beginning, but as the book came to a close,I loved him.Very strong 4.5


  8. says:

    Love, like trust, is earned, It is kept, day by day, night by night, as we reveal to each other who we were Who we are And most of all, who we hope to beSecret baby plot can be a hit or miss for me But with this one, I can honestly say that I loved this story It hit all the right spots for me So many raw emotions between Alejandro and Lena And it drew me in completely from the firs


  9. says:

    I struggled with this book Unlike most Harlequin Mills Boon, it was written in the first person and I found this shift of perspective rather jarring Perhaps angsty romances aresuited to a 3rd POV I gave up half way through the book Probably a good read for someone who doesn t mind first POV I struggled with this book Unlike most Harlequin Mills Boon, it was written in the first person a


  10. says:

    I read Nine Months to Redeem Him first and the villain in this book is the hero in that one, so when I saw his antics in full display here, I was aghast that he would get a book of his own because he was frickin psycho in this one He threatens the heroine, obsessively follows her around, kidnaps her he s rich, handsome, powerful, and the only difference between him and the hero is that the h


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *