The Surprise Conti Child

I have a daughter she s yours After nearly losing her life, Alexis Sharpe determines to tell Leandro Conti about their child It s been seven years, but for her daughter she ll face him and hope her heart remains intact Known as the Conti Saint, Leandro s passionate encounter with Alexis is his guilty secret Following the death of his wife he forbade himself the indul I have a daughter she s yours After nearly losing her life, Alexis Sharpe determines to tell Leandro Conti about their child It s been seven years, but for her daughter she ll face him and hope her heart remains intact Known as the Conti Saint, Leandro s passionate encounter with Alexis is his guilty secret Following the death of his wife he forbade himself the indulgence of a woman, but Alexis remains the one irresistible temptation He regrets how he treated Alexis, but now that she s back and the mother of his child, Leandro will claim everything that s his
The Surprise Conti Child I have a daughter she s yours After nearly losing her life Alexis Sharpe determines to tell Leandro Conti about their child It s been seven years but for her daughter she ll face him and hope her he

  • Title: The Surprise Conti Child
  • Author: Tara Pammi
  • ISBN: 9780373134465
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Surprise Conti Child”

    1. I am so into Italian alpha heroes. I was totally excited about Tara Pammi's latest offering.Okay, I enjoyed this secret baby storyough I have to admit and say that I found Leandro Conti not so likeable at the beginningbut I warmed up to him. Same goes for AlexTalk about MachiavellianismLeandro's sly grandfather he manages to win over that crafty guy is something to be admired.Loved the epilogue and can't wait for Luca's book!!!

    2. Ah, this turned out sweet. The H/h has a one night stand when the heroine was 20 and the hero was a few years older. He was running his family's luxury goods company and didn't want to see or speak to the heroine ever again - even when she desperately tried to tell him she was pregnant. Now, seven years later, the heroine wants the hero to know he has a daughter. She was in a near-fatal accident and she is terrified that her daughter will be on her own if something happens to her since her paren [...]

    3. O SANTO E A SEDUTORA - Harlequin Paixão Especial n. 6 - portuguese edition - paperback

    4. This is one of my favorite HP story lines but I just didn't enjoy the way it was written. Sort of vague and wishy washy. I continually felt like I was suffering whiplash. A how did the author get here from there feeling. I think this author is not for me.

    5. Ok here's what I liked in the Surprise Conti Child- the storytelling was compelling. Took me a day to finish it. I liked the heroine. She didn't annoy. The secondary characters were interesting. I liked the inner psychoanalysis was too a minimum. What I didn't like- the hero was beta. He wasn't in charge of his own life instead his grandfather had power over him to the point where he could make him marry. The romance was mild. I didn't feel ano intense connection between the hero and heroine. Th [...]

    6. This was a nice PresentsI was dreading the whole I don't believe your claim that your child is mine, you're lying for money' kind of declaration from the hero. But Leandro, even though turned out to be very manipulative, had honor and kind of won me over when he believed Alexis even before she showed pics of their daughter. And I really understood Alex's pain about being the underachieving siblingThe ending felt a little slow for TP's writing, but I still loved itOMG< the epilogue with three [...]

    7. I too was bored with this book, but in fairness I found the hero a bit more tolerating (if you skip the first 2-3 chapters) then 99% of other harlequin romance books lately where the Hero is an ass and a hound dog. At least with Leandro, he had morals & honor. I liked Alex somewhat. She was a strong heroine but a bit needy & a lot forgiving.

    8. La verdad es que nose ni porque leí esta historia, son siempre de las que no me gusta como es el protagonista y su forma de tratar a la persona que supuestamente quieren asi lo intenten negar casi toda la historia.

    9. The Surprise Conti ChildAlexis and Leonardo met through his sister Tina one summer when Alexis was twenty. After one night of sex he sent her away. Seven years later she contacts him at his engagement party to let him know that he was a father. Theirs is not a easy courtship. In fact it was stormy through out the story line.

    10. WonderfulGood story and holds your attention! Actually has a backround story to it. Highly recommend for other readers to read.

    11. Loved it hated itBut read it anyway. Wanted to shake both characters. She over thought everything and never stood up to her parents like the adult she claimed to be. She should have realized she had Mr conti. As soon as he met his daughter

    12. A mostly typical Harlequin Presents. I liked that the heroine wasn't a total wimp, and that the hero wasn't a total womanizing horndog. He was a little wimpy with his grandfather. Hated the grandfather, and her parents too.

    13. Love is always strongerEnjoyed this story from both perspectives. The ending was perfect along with all in between. This author is now a favorite of mine

    14. "Nice descriptions of the settings and characters make for a colorful tale" (RT Book Reviews).Miniseries: The Legendary Conti Brothers

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