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Publisher's Summary

If it isn't bad enough that Savannah Jones has succumbed to the old cliché of falling for her boss, now she's expecting his baby! Everyone knows that gorgeous, dynamic Rick Sullivan is a confirmed bachelor, wedded firmly to his work. So, convinced there's no happy ending for her, Savannah tries to resign quietly. Only, Rick won't let her go, for reasons he doesn't fully understand, and she won't marry him out of duty. It's stalemate! Unless this brooding boss can let go and tap in to his inner doting daddy....

©2011 Teresa Carpenter (P)2012 WF Howes

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Okay

I did enjoy this book but I wish I could have bought it with cash and saved my credit for something else. Nice story but I got tired of the whole "trusting issue" constantly mentioned. I got it move on. Next time I would use my credit a little more wisely.

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Not for me.

What would have made The Boss's Surprise Son better?

This book is full of clichés. It almost sounds like a cheesy lifetime movie. I was disappointed overall.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Not anything like this this one for sure.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

No.