☆ Brazilians Nine Months Notice (Hot Brazilian Nights! #3) Ó Download by ✓ Susan Stephens Endless bickering and fighting Heroine is a real shrew, a bitch I wish I could slap her silly.
Lol this was actually exactly what I expected SMH It was nostalgic because I used to read romance novels Harlequin in particular like crazy as a preteen young teen But it was also pretty terrible The book is pretty short so there wasn t much time for character development, and the weird, abrupt about faces were enough to give me whiplash.
An interesting passion filled read.
I liked how our heroine Emma really tries to have nothing to do with handsome Lucas but he is so determined to claim her She wants to hold her own in the world and doesn t want to beholden to anyone She a strong woman and even ending up pregnant doesn t change her drive to claim her place in the business world honestly and with her own hard work Lucas is trying his hardest not to scare her away with his protectiveness and passion that he plays it too cool leaving her to feel unwanted A very entertaining read.
My mom always said if I had nothing nice to say, don t say anything at all I really don t have anything nice to say about this book.
Emma found out she was pregnant She constantly had debates with herself on how to tell Lucas, the father of her unborn child, that he was going to be a dad If she said one time, It s not the right time , I would have screamed the story didn t get any better after he found out Lucas wanted Emma for a mistress that is just tacky The two fought constantly He wanted to control her, bringing her to Brazil, and giving her a place to live She wanted to work for everything she had She did work hard, I will give her that She was strong when it came to working, but emotionally she was a very weak heroine.
Endless bickering and fighting Heroine is a real shrew, a bitch I wish I could slap her silly.
Lol this was actually exactly what I expected SMH It was nostalgic because I used to read romance novels Harlequin in particular like crazy as a preteen young teen But it was also pretty terrible The book is pretty short so there wasn t much time for character development, and the weird, abrupt about faces were enough to give me whiplash.
An interesting passion filled read.
I liked how our heroine Emma really tries to have nothing to do with handsome Lucas but he is so determined to claim her She wants to hold her own in the world and doesn t want to beholden to anyone She a strong woman and even ending up pregnant doesn t change her drive to claim her place in the business world honestly and with her own hard work Lucas is trying his hardest not to scare her away with his protectiveness and passion that he plays it too cool leaving her to feel unwanted A very entertaining read.
My mom always said if I had nothing nice to say, don t say anything at all I really don t have anything nice to say about this book.
Emma found out she was pregnant She constantly had debates with herself on how to tell Lucas, the father of her unborn child, that he was going to be a dad If she said one time, It s not the right time , I would have screamed the story didn t get any better after he found out Lucas wanted Emma for a mistress that is just tacky The two fought constantly He wanted to control her, bringing her to Brazil, and giving her a place to live She wanted to work for everything she had She did work hard, I will give her that She was strong when it came to working, but emotionally she was a very weak heroine.
Awkward, revealing title aside, I was drawn to this book by its cover It features a flame haired woman just as she s described in the book having her prominent abdomen touched by the man leaning over her It s a strange image, one that combines glamorous sensuality and the prospect of staid domesticity Was this a modern image of a caring man or an unrealistic depiction of a pregnant woman that is found only in imaginary romantic scenarios Disregarding the clumsy title and silly cover, I hoped to find something better inside than promised by the blurb Alas, no Lucas Marcelos is your typical contemporary lothario and rich playboy He and he alone gets to decide what s best for his unborn child He doesn t kidnap or keep his lady love prisoner like male protagonist in The Sheikh s Pregnant Prisoner But he s cut from the same cloth arrogant, ruthless, cocksure and willing to throw around money and power to get what he wants He feels no compunction in getting her fired from her current job simply because he thinks he s got a better offer, an action that fills her with outrage Yet she leaves her job and her country to head off with him anyway.
To be fair to her, Emma Fane doesn t roll over automatically for him nor play the pampered princess like Lauren Hamby She stubbornly insists that she be given a proper job, no matter how much he longs to swaddle her in luxury and keep her in the apartment adjoining his Incredibly, she gets her way She proves to be competent and hardworking, a worthy match for Lucas Emma has a backbone and a will of steel She fully deserves her prince and thus this novel wins a grudging three star rating.
You can t judge a book by its cover but you can get mightily confused by it However, if you can look past the initial perplexity posed by this paperback, you might be gratified by a truly powerful female protagonist.
Not so much a story as a series of highly emotionally charged moments scenes haphazardly strung together by constantly shifting and conflicting rationales It started out coherently but very quickly devolved into two characters who would say one thing, think another, and then do something else None of it made sense and I kept pushing onward trying to find some internal logic even but nope This was just badly written, which is unfortunate because the premise was not awful, nor were the starting points for the characters.
Carrying Her Brazilian Boss S Baby For Chambermaid Emma Fane, Her Best Friend S Winter Wedding Promises To Be The Perfect Distraction For Her Troubles Until, Heart Racing, She Spies Lucas Marcelos Infamous Lothario And Father To Her Unborn Child Lucas May Have Lost His Head Over Innocent, Spirited Emma For One Glorious Night, But He Won T Lose His Heir He Lures Her Away From Snowy Scotland Back To Sultry Brazil But Emma Is No Man S Mistress It Only Took One Night To Change Their Lives, Now They Have Nine Months To Face The Consequences A Passionate read For Christmas Nights I still can t decide if I really liked this story or not There was confrontation from the beginning to nearly the end There was no fun or lightheartedness and this made it too serious for me There was no romance until the very end It was good when it happened and the story ended nicely, I just think there was too much arguing to truly enjoy this read.
Part 3 of the Hot Brazillian s Nights mini series by Susan Stephens excellent as part of the series but also easily read as a stand alone Emma Fane had one hot night with Brazillian Polo player Lucas Marcelos that leads to her pregnancy, however even though Emma is a chambermaid she will not dance to Lucas s tune and what follows is a fast paced romance.
Not sure why I keep reading these domineering Alpha man romance novels They always frustrate me However, a strong woman standing up to one of these men always makes me happy Susan Stephens has written just such a woman This is a fun and exciting trek from Europe to Latin America with two sexy and fabulous characters.



Not so much a story as a series of highly emotionally charged moments scenes haphazardly strung together by constantly shifting and conflicting rationales It started out coherently but very quickly devolved into two characters who would say one thing, think another, and then do something else None of it made sense and I kept pushing onward trying to find some internal logic even but nope This was just badly written, which is unfortunate because the premise was not awful, nor were the starting points for the characters.
Awkward, revealing title aside, I was drawn to this book by its cover It features a flame haired woman just as she s described in the book having her prominent abdomen touched by the man leaning over her It s a strange image, one that combines glamorous sensuality and the prospect of staid domesticity Was this a modern image of a caring man or an unrealistic depiction of a pregnant woman that is found only in imaginary romantic scenarios Disregarding the clumsy title and silly cover, I hoped to find something better inside than promised by the blurb Alas, no Lucas Marcelos is your typical contemporary lothario and rich playboy He and he alone gets to decide what s best for his unborn child He doesn t kidnap or keep his lady love prisoner like male protagonist in The Sheikh s Pregnant Prisoner But he s cut from the same cloth arrogant, ruthless, cocksure and willing to throw around money and power to get what he wants He feels no compunction in getting her fired from her current job simply because he thinks he s got a better offer, an action that fills her with outrage Yet she leaves her job and her country to head off with him anyway.
To be fair to her, Emma Fane doesn t roll over automatically for him nor play the pampered princess like Lauren Hamby She stubbornly insists that she be given a proper job, no matter how much he longs to swaddle her in luxury and keep her in the apartment adjoining his Incredibly, she gets her way She proves to be competent and hardworking, a worthy match for Lucas Emma has a backbone and a will of steel She fully deserves her prince and thus this novel wins a grudging three star rating.
You can t judge a book by its cover but you can get mightily confused by it However, if you can look past the initial perplexity posed by this paperback, you might be gratified by a truly powerful female protagonist.
I still can t decide if I really liked this story or not There was confrontation from the beginning to nearly the end There was no fun or lightheartedness and this made it too serious for me There was no romance until the very end It was good when it happened and the story ended nicely, I just think there was too much arguing to truly enjoy this read.
Part 3 of the Hot Brazillian s Nights mini series by Susan Stephens excellent as part of the series but also easily read as a stand alone Emma Fane had one hot night with Brazillian Polo player Lucas Marcelos that leads to her pregnancy, however even though Emma is a chambermaid she will not dance to Lucas s tune and what follows is a fast paced romance.
Not sure why I keep reading these domineering Alpha man romance novels They always frustrate me However, a strong woman standing up to one of these men always makes me happy Susan Stephens has written just such a woman This is a fun and exciting trek from Europe to Latin America with two sexy and fabulous characters.