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Debbie M. (Tafwin) reviewed Baby Of Convenience (Stork Express) (Special Edition, 1361) on
A single mom weary from a custody battle gets a helping hand when a powerful entrepreneur offers her a solution--temporary marriage to impress his investors. It seemed the perfect answer until each began to ponder a more permanent and passionate relationship.
When Laura Michaels tracked her wayward cat to millionaire Royce Burton's estate, she never dreamed her kitty would save her son. For Laura needed a powerful husband to keep custody of her baby--and Royce needed a wife. So the elusive entrepreneur and the down-on-her-luck lady struck a marriage deal--which would remain strictly business, or course.
Except the newlyweds soon found their "hands-off" union did not account for the blossoming feelings developing between them. But Royce had no use for sugary sentiment and gooey emotions! Still the lovely woman's haunting smile triggered an unfamiliar emotion in Royce--a burgeoning love?