Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Romance Book Review: Happily Even After

Author: Lena Matthews
ISBN: 978-1-60737-815-0
Genre: Multicultural/ Interracial/ Contemporary Romance/ Erotic Romance
Publisher: Loose-id

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Creigh and Dean have been divorced for a year, but neither is happy about it. After finding her husband moving on with his life with another woman, Creigh makes the big mistake by having sex and getting pregnant. Now she has to tell her two children and her ex-husband.

Dean isn't happy at all that Creigh is pregnant with another man's baby. It was her idea for the divorce and he's had to live with it and even though there have been other women in his life, he hadn't let himself think about other men in hers.

Deciding that their separation has gone on long enough Dean decides that it doesn't matter that she's pregnant with another man's child, he wants her and his family back. But can the too find what they once had, especially when there is one very big secret between them.

Well written contemporary romance featuring wonderfully developed characters right down to the children who are wrestling with real life issues. This book just goes to show that erotic romance doesn't have to be all about sex but can bring together a host of other emotions and offer a good drama in the process.

Two kids and a divorce later, Creigh De Luca figures she’s pretty much done with diapers and late night feedings. That is until a little blue stripe turns her world upside down. Never in a billion years would Creigh have thought she’d become pregnant from a one-night stand, nor could she have ever guessed the unforeseen pregnancy would warrant unexpected help…from her ex-husband, Dean.

Divorce papers haven’t changed a thing for Dean. He’s still as in love with his ex-wife as he’d always been. Despite the fact he’s not the father of her unborn child, Dean is determined to help Creigh during her pregnancy—whether she wants him to or not.

Creigh has never stopped loving Dean, but she’s not going to let him back in to her life just because she’s expecting a child, especially since she is determined to keep the father’s identity from Dean. But Dean refuses to be dismissed so easily. He knows that with a little patience, forgiveness, and love they can still live happily even after.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse.

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