This is the biggest decision of her life.
Vanessa is on top of the world when she gets promoted to manager of a successful party event planner company.
She lands her first job to plan a party for the billionaire playboy Marco, but this party ends up not the way she expected at all.
A drunken one-night stand with the high-life playboy changes Vanessa life forever, when she discovers she's pregnant.
With Marco's wealth, he lets Vanessa know all her needs through the pregnancy will be taken care of.
The only problem is, Vanessa's career is starting to take off, and with the possibility of raising a child with not even a father figure around, does Vanessa really want to carry his baby?
©2016 RH Publishing (P)2016 RH Publishing
Hello I am addicted to Audible!!! The addiction is real and I need help...more credits that is.....
This book was given to me in return for my unbiased opinion. Look just get another narrator. This narrator isn't the worst but man she just isn't doing for me with this story. I think the writing is pretty good but really I need these narrators to do better. When the narrator gets it right a sucky story can be great or a great story can come to life and be wonderful. Oh well, all I can say is if you are not as picky as I am with narrators try the book. The story is pretty good.
It makes me happy to wake up everyday and look forward to listening. Many times I listen while doing artwork. I find it very relaxing.
"Carrying the Billionaire's Baby" was an okay listen. I guess I'm old or naive or both but I didn't know what BWWM meant. What I did like about this story was the message. At first I wasn't sure if I'd like it or not. It started out slow but the story improved. They got pregnant and made it work. So there's a decent bit of morality here.
I've listened to other books narrated by Giselle Lumas and enjoyed her work. This book may not have been her strong suit however it wasn't bad. I commend her for reading through a tough book.
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The reading of the book is very awkward and I can't totally tell if it's the narrator or also the author's writing since I have never read a book by this author. The story line seems decent without the narrators reading but the reading definitely hurts the book.
Love books. Can get lost in them and spend hours there.
I liked this book but the narrator was a little hard to get used to listen to but the story is good.
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I am addicted to audiobooks. It makes my 1 hour (each way) commute go by without me becoming an agressive driver. lol
I was given this audiobook free for an honest review. If you are looking for something to fill in about an hour of your time, this is a good listen. However, in my opinion, the narrator needs more experience or training on how to read a book out loud. Very disappointed in the disjointed narration. She didn't have much inflection in her voice. However, you could at least tell the difference in the characters.
The story was cute, fast and complete. Some short stories do not make the connection or complete thoughts. This one did a great job of setting up the story and giving the reader some insight into the characters. I'm sure there are people who can relate to the story. I enjoyed this short story for being a short story. Filled my time between long books and was a breath of fresh air.
Enjoy reading fiction, thrillers (JD Robb), romance, military and comedy (Evanovich). Listen to Audiobooks on treadmill and long road trips!
Boring. Narrator's cadence stilted.
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