The Frenchman's Marriage Demand (Mistress To a Millionaire)

The Frenchman s Marriage Demand Mistress To a Millionaire She was his pregnant mistress Two years ago Freya Addison fell for sexy billionaire Zac Deverell He gave her everything money could buy and pleasure in the bedroom than she d thought possible But wh

  • Title: The Frenchman's Marriage Demand (Mistress To a Millionaire)
  • Author: Chantelle Shaw
  • ISBN: 9780373126958
  • Page: 107
  • Format: Paperback
  • She was his pregnant mistress Two years ago, Freya Addison fell for sexy billionaire Zac Deverell He gave her everything money could buy, and pleasure in the bedroom than she d thought possible But when Freya announced she was pregnant, Zac threw her out Now she ll become his wife When they meet again, the passion between them is as strong as ever Zac whisks FreyShe was his pregnant mistress Two years ago, Freya Addison fell for sexy billionaire Zac Deverell He gave her everything money could buy, and pleasure in the bedroom than she d thought possible But when Freya announced she was pregnant, Zac threw her out Now she ll become his wife When they meet again, the passion between them is as strong as ever Zac whisks Freya away to Monaco and back to his bed, where he ll get his answers If the baby is his, he ll make Freya his wife.

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    1. I grew up without a TV, let alone DVD s, computer games etc that my kids spend so much time engrossed in, but I learned to read at an early age and from then on I was always entertained so much so that my friends used to hide their books when I visited them because all I wanted to do was read When I was a teenager I discovered Mills Boon romances in my local library, and so began a lifelong love affair I still remember that feeling of anticipation when I settled down with a pile of books all bearing the famous rose logo knowing that I would be drawn into a world of love, passion and emotional intensity that I have never found in any other books I enjoy reading a wide range of books, especially historical novels, and I am a big fan of Agatha Christie, mainly I think because her characters seem so real, but I love romances and unashamedly admit that I only want to read books with a guaranteed happy ending Reading is my joy and pleasure and I don t want to cry buckets at the end of a book or have my sleep disturbed by its gruesome content.For me, the characters in Harlequin Mills Boon romances are the key I love reading and writing about strong, alpha heroes and feisty, independent heroines who find that they can t fight the blazing attraction between them.When I married my own tall, dark, but sadly not wealthy hero, we moved out of London to the Kent coast and started a family that grew and grew I adore my six children, and when they were small I loved being a stay at home mum, but there can be days, as I m sure many of you know, when you feel isolated and dare I say it bored of conversing with three year olds Harlequin Mills Boon romances were my life line and my sanity and I read them whenever I had a spare five minutes in the bath, pacing the floor at three am with colicky baby on one shoulder and a book in the other hand My imagination soared and I decided to try and write a book myself My first attempt was typed up on a manual type writer with the full stop key and the letter p missing Luckily my hero and heroine were not called Paul and Poppy, but it still meant going over my manuscript with a pen to fill in the gaps That first book was duly rejected as were my next two I suppose I was disheartened and by now I had four small children and very little spare time, so although I continued to read romances, I gave up writing It wasn t until my youngest son started school that I tried writing again I was struggling to come to terms with the death of my darling mum Gabrielle and writing became my therapy Mum had always nagged me to get on and write a book and had an unshakeable belief that I would one day be published I m so glad that she was proved right and my biggest regret is that she isn t here to share my success with me.I wrote two books which were both rejected by HMB, but I was given some advice on my writing from the editorial team that encouraged me to try again Third time lucky certainly applied to me the day I received the call was exactly four years after Mum had died It was one of the most exciting moments of my life but instead of chatting to the editor about contracts I had to dash off and pick my sick daughter up from school Reality is never far away in my house I have now had nine books published At the Sheikh s Bidding was released in September 08 My next book, Argentinian Playboy, Unexpected Love Child will be out in the UK in July 09, and The Greek Billionaire s Innocent Princess in the UK in August 09 I have just had my twelfth book accepted and am already busy on my thirteenth Now that my children are growing up I am able to write every day between 9 am and 3 pm, but often I become so involved with my characters that I sneak off to write again in the evening I feel I must be one of the luckiest people in the world to be doing something that I love, but I work hard at my luck and I believe that w

    2. It's raining tropes! Let's watch them drip, one by one, down this review window:I'm pregnant! You're just a mistress.But I love youThat can't be my baby because I've had a vasectomy.And furthermore, my security guard said you cheated on me.But I was virgin - how can I cheat? I'd rather live in poverty than ask the hero for one thin dime.I do live in poverty.I was never loved.My baby is happy and well-adjusted.I was in a car accident and my grandmother dumped the baby on the hero. I insist on buy [...]

    3. "Hero" feels nothing for heroine could this be a romance? They are together 3 months, he took her virginity but never considered having her in his life more permanently, he's bored and already planning to dump her for his next mistress (who he has picked out and moves right on to after dumping heroine). Yes he thinks she cheated but he was going to dump her anyway. And he specifically notes that hasn't given her a thought in 2 years. She's an idiot for not taking him to court for DNA test, money [...]

    4. Reasons why this book is different from other HPs:When the hero finds out he is the father, he decides the best way to be a full time father to his child is if he sets the heroine back up as his mistress.So the heroine was the hero's mistress for a few months, and then his bodyguard tells him the heroine was sleeping with someone else. She tells him she's pregnant but he knows it's not his and kicks her out.Then he forgets all about her and starts up with a dozen or so other different women.But [...]

    5. MORE LIKE 1.5 stars.Zac Deverell and Freya Addison had a brief affair. The minute she told him she was pregnant he kicked her to the curb. Freya didn’t know that Zac couldn’t have fathered children because he had been clipped! He never felt the need to tell her that little tidbit while he was hooking up w/ this younger girl. Of course, Freya had been a virgin until Zac and now suddenly she is a raving NYMPH and she can’t get enough so she had to have been shagging the local starving artist [...]

    6. This is the third book in a row I’ve read from a Harlequin Presents monthly bundle and it really highlights how written to formula modern HPs are. Every book is essentially the same -- only the language of the foreign endearments change. This was the formula with extra "I just can't resist him, no matter that he thinks I'm a whore/thinks I'm a thief/thinks I killed his dog" nookie and not much else.

    7. The penthouse rooftops of Fontvieille and its new harbour in Monaco on the French Riviera.★★☆☆☆ This one is full of angsty goodness badness. Who wants to sleep with someone you hate – or who hates you?Clearly Zac had been surprised by his desire for her and shocked by the level of his need, but he despised himself almost as much as he despised her. When he released her she swayed unsteadily and for one horrific moment she actually thought she was going to be sick.And Freya thinks thi [...]

    8. The H was a complete sh*t so it was hard to get behind the romance especially as from his POV we know that he never really thought of the h once he got rid of her. She does the whole 'I must resist but I cant cause I love him' dance which is par for the course I guess.There's a great line in here from the h 'about the tinker, the tailor and the candlestick maker' which made me snigger for some time afterwards. Wish she'd shown the same spirit throughout.

    9. Please check out my review of this book and other books at Sultry, Steamy Reading Book Blog. I don't understand the appeal.A man makes you his mistress, sleeps with you day in and day out, ruthlessly throws you out when you tell him you're pregnant and rejects your baby, but the minute he steps back into your life, you become a putty?Freya is woman who has no backbone. Zac is a man who does not deserve any respect. The vasectomy thing does not excuse his behavior. I have read similar plots from [...]

    10. When I am in the mood for angst and drama I head for the pile of Harlequins which is always ready waiting for when I am in such moods. Usually the more angst the better and this sure had plenty and the H was a pig (which weirdly I don't mind as this adds fuel to the angst) but what I do insist on is a lot of grovelling when he finds out he is wrong, but this fell way short off the mark, he didn't come across as sorry and he didn't deserve to be forgiven for the way he treated the h and his daugh [...]

    11. It is all just too much of a drama for me. Heroine was an idiot and a total doormat that it’s probably no wonder he treats her so shabbily. Hero was a douche bag and an asshole for the entire book. He didn't even grovel after he learned the truth. There is no redeeming moment/qualities for him that I can find. None at all.

    12. It's one of the worst, so bad it's just plain bad. Weak, shallow characters. Don't waste your time with it. Better escapism can be found elsewhere.

    13. those 2 were annoying! She is obsessed with his chest hair and He is obsessed with her nipples! I gave it 3 * just for their daughter and the twins because God I love cute babies ♡

    14. Made me cringe all the way through it Why the hell are these things still published. At least if Freya had a wee bit more of a backbone i would have liked it, otherwise yuh a complete waste of time!!

    15. muito ruim!!!! very bad!!!!Very bad book with heroin too stupid to live. The hero is not a hero. I kept reading to see if the heroin which is a doormat and created some personality, but that did not happen.

    16. There is nothing I love more than a cruel alpha hero, a misjudged heroine and a story with cute little babies so I loved this angsty book!

    17. The worst Harlequin Presents I've ever read! And I have read more than 200. I couldn't even finish it! The hero was the biggest jerk. Don't bother.

    18. Freya Addison never felt loved. Abandoned by her own mother to be raised by a grandmother who made it clear she did not want her there, Freya struggled to raise her own daughter with as much love and care as she could provide after her lover accused her of being a whore, and denying he was the father of her child. Zac Deverell was rich, and he believed Freya had tried to trap him by claiming he was the father of her child. He ad watched his baby twin sisters die of a devasting heriditary disease [...]

    19. I don't understand the appeal.A man makes you his mistress, sleeps with you day in and day out, ruthlessly throws you out when you tell him you're pregnant and rejects your baby, but the minute he steps back into your life, you become a putty?Freya is woman who has no backbone. Zac is a man who does not deserve any respect. The vasectomy thing does not excuse his behavior. I have read similar plots from the Harlequin Presents line. However, this particular book was just bordering on an extremely [...]

    20. He is not remorseful at all. I'm trying to be patient when the DNA result is out. But damn He still act so mighty even though when he wronged Freya so badly. And Freya is another who I don't know what to say. But I'm sorry. I'm totally killing this book.

    21. Baby Aimee is dumped on him by grandmother when she is sick in hospital. He had vasectomy becuase he may be carrier of disease so he thinks she cheated on him. Steamy Dance floor scene

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