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Having Her Boss’s Baby When Noelle Stevenson saw the positive results of her pregnancy test, she didn’t know what to do. The baby’s father was gone, killed serving his country in Iraq. And Noelle was barely making ends meet. So when her take-charge boss, Devlin Hunter, offered to marry her — in a purely temporary business arrangement — how could she possibly refuse? Dev wan Having Her Boss’s Baby When Noelle Stevenson saw the positive results of her pregnancy test, she didn’t know what to do. The baby’s father was gone, killed serving his country in Iraq. And Noelle was barely making ends meet. So when her take-charge boss, Devlin Hunter, offered to marry her — in a purely temporary business arrangement — how could she possibly refuse? Dev wanted to do the right thing for a woman in need. But he didn’t anticipate that his beautiful bride, wed in a marriage of convenience, would stir his hardened heart. Prodigal Son Jack Hanson knew what he wanted, and it wasn’t a media empire. After his father died suddenly, Jack was forced to leave his law practice to take over his father’s company and pull it back from the brink of catastrophe. The one bright spot in the whole mess was his new hire—  an old business-school friend, Samantha Edwards. Samantha was just as smart, fun and vibrant as she’d been in school, but now…she was a hell of a lot sexier. Shelter in a Soldier’s Arms Single mum Ashley Churchill had always been able to provide for her little girl. Until her luck turned, and the only protection she could find was in her stony and taciturn boss, security specialist Jeff Ritter. Jeff warned he was only offering to share his home, not his life, and that suited Ashley just fine. And yet, Jeff’s broad shoulders were oh-so tempting to lean on, and in his arms, Ashley found a whole new kind of shelter — a home. But no matter how close they became, Jeff always barricaded a part of himself away. And Ashley wondered if he could ever allow himself to come in from the storm and find his own shelter…with her.


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Having Her Boss’s Baby When Noelle Stevenson saw the positive results of her pregnancy test, she didn’t know what to do. The baby’s father was gone, killed serving his country in Iraq. And Noelle was barely making ends meet. So when her take-charge boss, Devlin Hunter, offered to marry her — in a purely temporary business arrangement — how could she possibly refuse? Dev wan Having Her Boss’s Baby When Noelle Stevenson saw the positive results of her pregnancy test, she didn’t know what to do. The baby’s father was gone, killed serving his country in Iraq. And Noelle was barely making ends meet. So when her take-charge boss, Devlin Hunter, offered to marry her — in a purely temporary business arrangement — how could she possibly refuse? Dev wanted to do the right thing for a woman in need. But he didn’t anticipate that his beautiful bride, wed in a marriage of convenience, would stir his hardened heart. Prodigal Son Jack Hanson knew what he wanted, and it wasn’t a media empire. After his father died suddenly, Jack was forced to leave his law practice to take over his father’s company and pull it back from the brink of catastrophe. The one bright spot in the whole mess was his new hire—  an old business-school friend, Samantha Edwards. Samantha was just as smart, fun and vibrant as she’d been in school, but now…she was a hell of a lot sexier. Shelter in a Soldier’s Arms Single mum Ashley Churchill had always been able to provide for her little girl. Until her luck turned, and the only protection she could find was in her stony and taciturn boss, security specialist Jeff Ritter. Jeff warned he was only offering to share his home, not his life, and that suited Ashley just fine. And yet, Jeff’s broad shoulders were oh-so tempting to lean on, and in his arms, Ashley found a whole new kind of shelter — a home. But no matter how close they became, Jeff always barricaded a part of himself away. And Ashley wondered if he could ever allow himself to come in from the storm and find his own shelter…with her.

30 review for Not Strictly Business: Having Her Boss's Baby / Prodigal Son / Shelter In A Soldier's Arms

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stacey Houllis

    What can i say loved this book thrree novels in one.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ky

    I’m only giving this book two stars for the heroines cute family and the main characters generosity. I had to force myself to read this book and I still regret it. A rich guy weds a barely willing and very innocent preachers daughter out of a sense of obligation to his dead brother. I did not care for their story. Devlin was to back and forth on his emotions (although I live his name) and the main character was a little bit too innocent and a lottle but too obsessed virgin. I hate the second han I’m only giving this book two stars for the heroines cute family and the main characters generosity. I had to force myself to read this book and I still regret it. A rich guy weds a barely willing and very innocent preachers daughter out of a sense of obligation to his dead brother. I did not care for their story. Devlin was to back and forth on his emotions (although I live his name) and the main character was a little bit too innocent and a lottle but too obsessed virgin. I hate the second hand embarrassment that made me want to throw my tablet a across the room.

  3. 4 out of 5

    JOCA

    Having Her Boss’s Baby - loved the premise but I absolutely couldn't buy into this arranged marriage. The writing was stilted, and the characters were flat. This was a DNF for me. Prodigal Son - Skipped this one. The blurb offered nothing original. Shelter in a Soldier’s Arms - I skimmed through this one. I loved the scenes between Jeff and Ashley's daughter, but that was about it. My 1 star is for those scenes.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Faezeh

    فکر کنم خوندن کتاب زبان اصلیش می تونست ایده ی بهتری نسبت به خوندن ترجمه اش باشه

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    Karen Jensen

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    sue mayr

  18. 5 out of 5

    Doris Stanley

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    lesley mcgrath

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    Shaun Carrington

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    Pat

  29. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Ziegler

  30. 5 out of 5

    Sherry

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