- Crimson Romance
- Release Date
- August 2016
The bonds of love are truly tested for six couples in these enthralling romances featuring secret babies and surprise pregnancies. Your heart will ache in all the right ways as baby makes three for these winning duos.
What a Texas Girl Needs: Matias Barnes knows all about society women like Vanessa Witte. But while Mat knows she's so not right for him, can he resist her charms long enough to really let her go?
Marrying the Wrong Man: Morgan Parrish's dad planned her marriage to a man destined to be president of the United States, but she fell in love with the town drunk's son, got pregnant, and fled. Now she's back and waitressing at the bistro Charlie Cramer manages. If they give in to the attraction and screw things up again, their daughter will deal with the fallout - or they just might get that American dream after all.
The Rebel's Own: In high school, a cruel prank left shy Kennedy Bailey pregnant and alone. Now grown-up, she won't let anything stop her from saving her five-year-old son's life when he's diagnosed with leukemia. Even if it means confronting his father, NFL quarterback Ryan Carville...
A Taste of Honey: Charli Honey knew it was a bad decision to end up in her boss's bed, and to make matters worse, now she's pregnant. William Knight is happy to do the right thing, but can William convince her a change of heart is not only possible, it's real?
Sutherland's Pride: Can their second chance withstand the bombshell she's about to drop into his life?
Her Soldier's Touch: When U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Colten Taylor returns briefly to Phoenix to bury his brother, he's shocked to see Rachel Madison waiting for him at the airport. He regrets the morning he walked away from her; coming from an abusive home taught Colt to put limits on all his relationships. But now that she has his son in tow, will he keep running?
Book Review by Angeli (reviewer)
Aug 26, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
79 people found the following review helpful
Best romance anthology I have ever read! Though I might be a tad bit biased, since I love to read about secret babies. Six full length novels, over 700 pages! Each and every one a completely different story, everything from high school pregnancy to mature adults, newborns,toddlers and preschool age children. So many individual stories of love, forgiveness, shock and heartbreak, these emotions are what awaits you.
I was upset with one ending abruptly (but then again, it is when it is good you never want it to end), one that is told in third person sort of threw me for a bit, but over all, each and every story was loved. I did not skip or rush; I enjoyed every single last line.
I am being completely honest when I say some of these authors are getting looked up later today, so I can see what other stories are available by them! This anthology is an absolute must have! Why buy one romance book when you can have six that are beautiful and perfect!
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Mar 08, 2017
35 people found the following review helpful
AND BABY MAKES THREE !!!
What is it that will make any HEA complete? It's doesn't take a genius to know the answer can only be the child a couple has hopes to create one night through one of their compassionate love-making interaction. While this is true, having a secret baby or hiding one's surprise pregnancy at times can cause the desire to even have a HEA to be thrown asunder. But, at the same time, having this occur also creates the opportunity to see how strong, when push comes to shove, the relationship between two loving individuals actually is.
This is the basic scenario in each of the six stories contained in this anthology. While it might help if the reader has already been in any similar situation as depicted in each story's brief descriptions, I believe these are stories any woman can easily relate to. You might find yourself and your empathy for each of these endearing couples coming to the surface as you read each of these stories; and if it does, just allow yourself to feel any emotion you might be having and feel what the female protagonist is feeling.
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