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I read the description of this novel and was instantly hooked since I'm a big fan of the "Three Men and a Little Baby" which is the film this novel was based. However, as it progresses Jack somehow turns into a cowardly idiot and I grew bored with the rest of the plot. Basically it didn't meet my expectations as I had hoped. Yet I will say I liked seeing Annabelle & Jack together.
Overall, I don't recommend this novel but if you are still interested in it then it's for those who enjoy historical romances.
It may be a re-write but it's not blindly following, and there are plenty of interesting situations and intrigues before a satisfying ending. I'm looking forward to reading more of this series.
After the h and the H work together for a few months with the baby, they both realise their attraction for each other. They sleep together and the very next day after the H has possibly impregnated the h, the supposed baby mama arrives on the doorstep. The H offers to marry the courtesan, who he'd had a scene with for a few weeks and therefore rejects the h once more. No mention is made of the fact that he offered to marry the h first or that she could possibly be pregnant. He determines to go through with the wedding and never questions that the courtesan could be lying. The h and his 2 friends begin trying to prove that the courtesan can't be the mother. I was disgusted with how naive the H was, and how he didn't bother to check out the courtesan's story. The h arrives at the wedding in time to object to the marriage. The H has the audacity to be angry with her. I hated that he was dishonourable towards her and that she forgives him without the slightest bit of grovelling on his part. It all truly spoilt the story and left me with a bad taste in my mouth.
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