This turned out to be a lot different than I expected when I picked it up. To start, she's already engaged to another man. So you expect the big dramatic "fight for the girl" tension, but this book takes it in a completely different way. You don't hate either man, you don't hate the girl. I really wasn't sure how I felt about that, but it was a nice, refreshing change from the norm. I laughed out loud at the realistic issues she had to face with her family. Siblings everywhere (even fantasy books) suffer from open mouth/insert foot syndrome. I much prefer reading about someone else's though to finding the humor when it happens in my own life. If great chemistry and a few good laughs are what you are in the mood for, I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Jake Marriot had always been clear about the terms of his relationships - no marriage, no babies. so when Ashleigh Forrester found out she was pregnant with his child, she ran. But Jake's back. The billionaire has returned to convince Ashleigh that she belongs in his bed. But when he meets her little boy, the resemblance is too obvious to ignore. Jake no longer wants her as his mistress, but he'll buy her as his wife!