Romance Review: The Baby Deal by Kat Cantrell

The Baby Deal

In this Billionaires & Babies novel, award-winning author Kat Cantrell presents an offer that can’t be refused…
When billionaire entrepreneur Michael “Shay” Shaylen becomes guardian to a baby boy, he knows there’s only one woman who can teach him how to be a father–his ex-lover, child psychologist Juliana Cane. So he makes her a deal: if she gives him two months, he’ll give her a boost in her career.
She says yes. Suddenly, Juliana has everything she’s ever wanted: a home, a child–Shay. But she knows this seductive situation is only temporary. Because even as desire burns between them–so do the reasons Juliana has to say goodbye….

Title: The baby Deal
Author: Kat Cantrell
Series: Billionaires & Babies
Publisher:  Harlequin Desire
Format: ebook from NetGalley
ISBN: 1460316738
Genre: Romance
Release date: August 1st 2013
Number of pages: 192
 
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Not my favorite book and I really expected to enjoy this one since it’s a baby story, but Juliana and Michael shouldn’t be together. Apart there’s nothing wrong with them, but I don’t see a relationship just attraction and for that I understand why they broke up in the first place, but now it feels like asking to be hurt again, because Michael has all the cards and Juliana has suffered enough in this lifetime.
 
She can’t have a baby, but the only thing she wanted was a family and she’s a child psychologist so you can understand how much this hurts her, especially after her husband left when he found out, but Michael was completely irresponsible and didn’t change much when got the custody of his friends baby. he don’t know a thing about the baby and it’s so wrong. The couple was his best friends for years and didn’t even tried to get to know the child before their death.
 
So I don’t think it’s nice these two together.

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