Wednesday, June 01, 2011

(4) Chances to Win - The Billionaire's Unexpected Heir - US Residents only

Thanks to Harlequin Ambassador's Program, I have (4) copies to read of Kathie Denosky's book.  I finished it last night.  It's actually a series book. Jake Garnier's father was not a nice man.  He left first his mother pregnant with twins (he and his brother), only to return and get her pregnant with his sister.  The mother died in a car crash and the boys raised their sister.

Years later, their maternal grandmother found all of her grandsons and daughters and she was one of the wealthiest women in the US.  She wanted them to be happy and arranged for their happiness by matching them up to be married.

Jake and Heather's was a very pleasant read.  It's received 13 reviews at Barnes and Noble for 4 1/2 Stars.


Becoming the new owner of  Hickory Hills Thoroughbred farm was not in billionaire Jake Garnier's plans. Becoming a father was even more unimaginable. For his new business came with one Heather McGwire, ranch manager…and mother to Jake's secret child.

After barely surviving his own father's desertion, Jake knew he couldn't walk away from his responsibilities. Marriage seemed the only solution. Yet Heather wouldn't settle for simple sweet talk and seduction. If Jake wanted a real family, he'd have to saddle up for the long ride.

Meet Kathie:

Kathie writes at night with country tunes playing from a local radio station while the rest of the world sleeps. It's the quiet time of the night that inspires her to craft her stories with a unique style of sensuality, interspersed with a little humor.

Kathie has been a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart finalist twice. Her June 2001 release, His Baby Surprise, received the National Readers' Choice Award for Best Short Contemporary Romance of 2001. All of her books have been listed on the Waldenbooks Category Romance Bestsellers list.

Kathie lives in the Illinois area her family settled in the early 1800's when they moved from North Carolina. Besides writing, Kathie loves to read romances, travel to historic locales, and delights in trying to rid the world of chocolate -- one bite at a time! She also enjoys meeting readers and writers at the numerous conferences, workshops, and book signings she attends.

To win a copy tell me if a woman finds herself pregnant, do you believe it's her obligation to contact the father?  Don't forget to leave your email address.


shadow_kohler said...

this series sounds awesome! im now dying to read them! lol And to answer your question, if a woman finds herself pregnant, do you believe it's her obligation to contact the father? Thats a hard question. It would depend on the circumstance. I believe that in most cases, yes the father should be told, but there are a few cases were its best if he didnt know. Thank you!

shanaelyse said...

This does look great!
Hmm, your question certainly doesn't have a black or white answer. I think if the woman is in a committed relationship with the father, then, yes, she has a moral obligation. However, if the father isn't someone she's serious with or someone who wasn't healthy for her, I think that there is much less of an obligation.



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