Mills And Boon- Ruthless Billionaire, Forbidden Baby

by Emma Darcy

3.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

3.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)


When Tamalyn Haynes agrees to be a bridesmaid, she doesn’t realize she will be dancing with the best mannotorious tycoon Fletcher Stanton!Fletcher is relentless in pursuing his desires and intent on bedding wide-eyed Tammy. But he has one condition: it’s to be a temporary romance only. Marriage is not an option. However, their passionate nights together lead to Tammy dropping a bombshell. Unintentionally, Fletcher Stanton’s mistress is pregnant with his forbidden baby…

Genre, Romance

About The Author

Emma Darcy’s life journey has taken as many twists and turns as the characters in her stories, whose international popularity has resulted in over sixty-million book sales. Born in Australia and currently living in a beachside property on the central coast of New South Wales, she travels extensively to research settings and increase her experience of places and people.

Initially a French/English teacher, she changed careers to computer programming before marriage and motherhood settled her into a community life. A voracious reader, the step to writing her own books seemed a natural progression and the challenge of creating exciting stories was soon highly addictive.

Over the past twenty-five years she has written ninety-five books for Harlequin Presents, appearing regularly on the Waldenbooks bestseller lists in the U.S.A. and in the Nielson BookScan Top 100 chart in the U.K.

Average Reader Rating

3.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings

Reader Reviews

4 reviews for Mills And Boon- Ruthless Billionaire, Forbidden Baby

  1. 3 out of 5

    “Good Reading”

  2. 3 out of 5

    This book started out really slow I didn’t think I would like it but then it picked up speed in the middle and I ended up enjoying itI tried to imagine Paul Marron as Fletcher and it worked all right, until I got to scene when he smiled, grinned, or some stuff. It’s a bit difficult but I managed it. Seemed like it’s getting easier and easier to imagine Paul’s smiling.

  3. 3 out of 5

    Although the whole “you’re accidentally pregnant so we must get married” thing always grates on me – it seems like such a lazy reason for characters to get together – there were several things about this book that I thought elevated it above most others in the Modern Romance line. Having the six girls in Tammy’s friend group all getting married over a year gave some much-needed structure, and propelled the storyline forward. I enjoyed the fact that there wasn’t a big villain (something that Emma Darcy’s books often suffer from an overload of) and the only thing keeping Tammy and Fletcher apart was his own social anxiety. And the thing that keeps bringing me back to Darcy is her talent for describing the details of a scene. She brings a beauty and a lushness to her descriptions of clothing or furnishings that is particularly evident in this book, and it’s one of the things that keeps me reading.

  4. 4 out of 5

    This was a first for me…six weddings were featured in this story by Emma Darcy. Tammy and her bff’s shared so much together that they celebrated their weddings together…at different times. Tammy met Fletcher at his sister’s (her bff) wedding and thing went from there. He is a billionaire brain. Can’t fathom the regular people that his sister has grown up with. But with Tammy he is intrigued. She falls pregnant and they get married. This is their story. I haved read this books several times and still enjoy his confusion of everyday life.

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