on September 12, 2019
Also by this author: Lovers, Savior
The first time I saw him, he entranced me and offered to help me forget my broken engagement.
The second time was on a blind date with no last names and undeniable passion.
The third time, I was eight months pregnant with his baby he knew nothing about.
This time he’s not letting me walk away so easily.
5 Peanut Stars ⭐️
When an unorthodox blind date leads to an unexpected pregnancy, Carina Russo is left without a baby daddy. Although she is bold and resilient, there is no denying that she’s shaken up by this revelation. Juggling a successful career in a male dominated environment is hard work but throw in pregnancy hormones her emotions are spiralling.
Ian Bergamo is successful and a notorious playboy. Even though he’s never forgotten his one night stand with the gorgeous and ballsy Carina, she’s made it impossible for him to track her down even if he wanted a repeat.
With months passed, they are both surprised when their paths cross through work. You can imagine how unprepared they are with the turn of events. The chemistry and attraction is still there but they now have a connection linking them forever, a baby.
“Carina, the woman who haunted me at night—and during the day. The woman who had me jerking off more than I’d like to admit over the past eight months was standing in my office, looking gorgeous…and scared.”
But the reality is that water and oil don’t mix, which is the perfect analogy of how Carina and Ian interact on a good day. Both strong willed and reluctant to bend, Ian will have a tough job convincing Carina to look past her fears and skepticism to give them a chance at being a family.
‘Another’ was everything I hoped it would be. It packed heat, and sexual tension that did not detract from this story. It had sufficient time for both Ian and Carina to work through their differences to gain the trust they both needed to fall in love. And let me assure you that once the right foundation was laid, wow did the steam follow 🔥
“And just so you know,” he growled, his tone full of possession. “I would never, ever, share you. You would belong to me and only me. I’d take care of you, fill you up, so there was no room for anyone else in our bed.”