Alison reviewed The Tycoon's Marriage Bid (Men of the Double-C Ranch, Bk 7) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1707) on
From the back cover:
HAD SHE FALLEN DOWN A RABBIT HOLE?
Self-sufficient Nikki Day didn't know what to think when she awoke to find herself in a strange hospital staring at the man who was unknowingly responsible for her current "situation." And even though she'd tried-apparently unsuccessfully-to put some distance between herself and her ex-boss, she and her unborn baby now depended on Alex Reed's care. Besides, any hopes Nikki had of maintaining a professional relationship crumbled when she saw the "honeymoon cottage" he'd rented. And if the heart-shaped whirlpool tub didn't shift her hormones into high gear, Alex's mere tough certainly did. But when the tycoon made his marriage bid, Nikki faced her toughest task yrt. Could shre turn a proposal born of duty into one of desire?
This book was a good read. Despite the fact that the book gave very little detail regarding the characters past it was okay. This book was about a woman named Nikki Day, who didn't like relying on anyone but herself. The book began when Nikki suddenly found herself awaken in a strange hospital staring at the man who was her previous boss. A man she grew to love over the years and tried -- apparently unsuccessfully -- to put some distance between herself and her ex-boss. The story has a twist because she's pregnant with Alex's cousin's baby.
Nikki is forced to rely on Alex's help because of her medical condition and being pregnant. It doesn't help that her desire for Alex is stronger with them now temporarily living together. Their feelings for one another comes together quickly but the sudden proposal from Alex throws her off emotionally. Could she turn a proposal born of duty into one of desire?
Like I said this book is a good read and like many of the books I like, it starts off at a fast pace.