It all starts with a stray cufflink, dropped by the irresistibly handsome tech billionaire Sean Lawson, and held in safekeeping by talented attorney Charlotte Waters.
Now, with Sean under legal attack from an old rival, Charlotte finds the perfect opportunity to return the cufflink to him: by pulling some strings and inserting herself onto his legal team.
Sparks fly as the gorgeous billionaire and his newly appointed attorney get reacquainted. Briefly abandoning herself to the desire she’s felt for ten years, Charlotte finds herself falling hard for her boss—and compromising her professional ethics in the process.
As the legal case picks up steam, Charlotte receives some shocking news: she’s pregnant, with not one, not two, but three of Sean Lawson’s babies! With the court case in jeopardy, and their fledgling romance on the line, can they overcome the forces that seek to drive them apart, and become the united, loving parents they never expected to be?
This is a standalone billionaire romance novel from best-selling author Holly Rayner. It contains a guaranteed HEA, and a tale of romance that will capture your heart. As an added gift, it also includes the first few chapters of Holly Rayner's prior novel The Sheikh’s Online Bride, and the entirety of The Prince’s Scandalous Baby, absolutely FREE!
- Original Title:The Tycoon's Triplet Baby Surprise
- Author:Holly Rayner
- Rating:7.46 / 10
- Publisher:Published October 27th 2016
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Eighteen-year-old Charlotte stood in her mother’s coat on the chilly Yale campus, her blond hair whizzing around her. It was an early fall day, late September, and her mother and father had dropped her at the campus with nonchalant kisses, telling her she’d “be just fine on her own.”
And she was. She always was.
She brought her coat closer around her, her eyes tracing the backs of her fellow seniors, each of whom was preparing to apply to go to Yale the following year. They were hopeful, working toward success with bright eyes and a constant air of panic and urgency. It was the way of...