Saturday, January 17, 2015

Review: Carrying the Lost Heir's Child by Jules Bennett

Carrying the Lost Heir's Child (The Barrington Trilogy #2) Title: Carrying the Lost Heir's Child (The Barrington Trilogy, #3)
Author: Jules Bennett
Publisher/Publication Date: Harlequin Desire, January 1, 2015
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Format/Source: Paperback, Author

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Book Summary

"I'm pregnant." Two words that will rock one man's world forever.

On location for a film about a horse-racing dynasty, Lily Beaumont is drawn into a sizzling affair with sexy stablehand Nash James. Now she has to trust him with the truth about their baby.

Even though the undercover millionaire is on a mission against his hated rival, he won't walk away from Lily or their unborn child. It will mean coming clean about his true identity—and the decades-old secret that brought him to Kentucky horse country. But will the truth cost him the woman and family he now craves?

My Thoughts

Oh wow! Carrying the Lost Heir’s Child by Jules Bennett is an emotionally charged story that’s so full of secrets, lies, and deception.

Carrying the Lost Heir's Child is the dramatic conclusion to the Barrington Trilogy. It’s Lily and Nash’s story that can be read as a standalone. In this installment, it’s revealed that Lily is pregnant and Nash—well he’s just full of lies and at the center of a scandal. Lily’s pregnancy gave both Nash and Lily a reality check. As such, the tension between them intensified as they struggled with their emotions and had some tough decisions to make.

The Barrington Trilogy has been one of my favorite series. It was a trilogy in which each book had a catchy beginning and real-world characters that were easy to connect with. I just can’t wait to find out what Bennett has in store for readers in The Fireman’s Ready Made Family.

Rating 4.5/5

"I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review."

***A Gems for Jules Street Team Member***

Coming Soon

The Fireman's Ready-Made Family
Expected Publication Date January 20, 2015

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