Reader Review: Marianna and Sebastian's marraige has collapsed, but not for lack of sexual chemistry. Just before their divorce they find they cant keep their hand off one another, and have one last romp together, which results in Marianna becoming pregnant. The divorce is finalised, and when Sebastian discovers he's about to be a father, he is determined that it will not be either long distance or part time. He focuses his full attention on winning back his wife. This is a good story, well told, with plenty of chemistry and characters with whom it is easy to empathise. Very enjoyable!
Just seconds after signing divorce papers, Marianna Landis fainted. Shocked, her now ex-husband Sebastian discovered Marianna was three-and-a-half months pregnant. The timing was perfectly in line with their last impetuous night together. Incensed that his "wife" would still be so intent on their separation, Sebastian vowed to do anything to win her back. Seduction had worked once before...he'd make damn sure it would work again. For Marianna was carrying a Landis baby, and a Landis man keeps what is his!
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: His Expectant Ex||Series: The Landis Brothers, , #2|
|Release Date: 09-01-2008|
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|Publisher: Silhouette Desire|
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His Expectant Ex
Two months ago:
Sebastian Landis had been in courthouses more times than any hardened criminal. He was one of South Carolina's most successful lawyers, after all. But today he'd landed a front-row seat for how it felt to have attorneys hold complete power over his life.
He didn't like it one damn bit.
Of course getting divorced ranked dead last on his "things I like to do" list. He just wanted to plow through all the paperwork and litigation so the judge could make it official.
Gathering files off the table in one of the courthouse conference rooms, he barely registered his goodbyes to his attorney and polite handshakes with Marianna's counsel. Power ahead. Eyes on the finish line. Clipping his BlackBerry to his belt again, he kept his eyes off his wife, the only woman who'd ever been able to rattle his coolhis calm under fire being a renowned trait of his around courthouse circles.
At least they'd completed the bulk of the paperwork with their lawyers on this overcast summer day, leaving only the final court date. The settlement was fair, no easy feat given his family's fortune and her thriving interior decorating career. They hadn't even fought over the dissolution of their multimillion dollar assetsprobably the first time they hadn't argued.
The only wrinkle had come in deciding what to do with their two dogs. Neither wanted to lose Buddy and Holly, or split the sibling pups up. Ultimately, though, they had each taken one of the Boston terrier/pug/mystery parent mutts they'd rescued from the shelter.
What would they have done if he and Marianna actually had children?
He backed the hell away from that open wound fast. Not going there tod...
Title: His Expectant Ex
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 7 Rating(s) 6 Review(s)
2 of 4 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
A pleasant reading
December 21, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from IT
Although it was rather short, I still recommend this book if you want to spend a rainy afternoon with an involving reading. Personally I love books in which couples have got back together, especially when they have not give up on love.
Falling in love again
August 23, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Montreal, CA
This was a great read. The chemistry between Sebastian and Marianna captivated my interest throughout. While the ending seemed a bit rushed in the end, both characters made an effort to make the relationship work and reignite the passion that was originally misplaced.
This is definitely an enjoyable read. I finished i
April 15, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from US
This is definitely an enjoyable read. I finished it in one sitting. I love how the characters are so real complete with all their flaws and shortcomings. And I love how it emphasizes on how important communication is in a relationship.
Marianna and Sebastian's marraige has collapsed, b
January 29, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from tralee, co kerry, IE
Marianna and Sebastian's marraige has collapsed, but not for lack of sexual chemistry. Just before their divorce they find they cant keep their hand off one another, and have one last romp together, which results in Marianna becoming pregnant. The divorce is finalised, and when Sebastian discovers he's about to be a father, he is determined that it will not be either long distance or part time. He focuses his full attention on winning back his wife.
This is a good story, well told, with plenty of chemistry and characters with whom it is easy to empathise. Very enjoyable!
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