The characters are well written and engaging. For discovering who the baby's father really is. It felt more like one of her full length novels as opposed to one of her category. Broderick and Glenna must try to rekindle a love lost for the sake of more than themselves. Every path Catherine takes you on in this book, leads you to want to know more.
Both Broderick and Glenna come from families dominate in the oil industry. I love the matriarch and patriarch of the two oil baron families. Yet once the snow melts and the truth is revealed, Naomi could be dealing with double the trouble. Thus begins some very shocking changes in the lives of the Steeles and the Mikkelsons. But the media consultant hired to smooth out his rough edges has him aching. Originally published in 2018 The Twin Birthright Delivering his ex-fiancée's twins in a snowstorm is a brave new world for innovator Royce Miller.
Since she couldn't have kids with her husband, she is okay that this kid may be his because she will have a piece of him and finally be a mother. I Totally Loved This Book!! As Broderick and Glenna bond with the baby, that old attraction between them is as strong as ever. That the mother didn't know who the father was. Most of the women in this story are strong, independant women, even if the fairytales says otherwise. The Baby Claim is book one in the Alaskan Oil Barons series by Catherine Mann. Can the infamous feud between the Steele's and the Mikkelson's actually be mended? I don't read many Harliquin books anymore but Catherine is one of my favorite authors so I make an exception for her books. She did say that the 1st time her husband cheated, she told him that she would forgive him but never again, yet she never hesitates to accept the baby even though she knows he cheated on her again.
I highly recommend this Series. The baby and the puppy could have been cloying but the emotional focus was more on the couple and their pasts. Broderick Steele and Glenna Mikkelson had always felt a sort of attraction between them. The Baby Claim by Catherine Mann Enticing. Glenna is immediately attached to the baby and wants her because she may be her husband's kid.
Both families were tycoons in the oil industry and for as long as they could remember had been in a constant battle over dominance of the industry. This may be the only second chance he has to win back his wife. Giving away the plot is never found in my reviews. Her latest book, The Baby Claim is set in Alaska. Nothing is as it seems. I really enjoyed it and look forward to more! A story set in Alaska is always a delight for me.
The slow build between the hero and heroine is given time to play out over the course of the story, as opposed to when the formula dictates. I enjoy The Baby Claim They had once been lovers back 8n college. Subscribers can unsubscribe at any time. Join the Steeles and the Mikkelsons as they unravel the past and create an empire! Having his baby isn't part of the deal With his family's company at stake, Trystan reluctantly agrees to a makeover. But the media consultant hired to smooth out his rough edges has him aching. Watch how the sparked fly between them. It felt more like one of her full length novels as opposed to one of her category.
I loved the whole family dynamics of this story, not just the family feud but also the way that feud lead to a change in future both planned out. I am eager to read the whole series. Do they even dare try? Yet a baby thrown in the mix innocent and helpless yet needing the two of them to take care of it. But then they walked away, knowing their families would never approve. Broderick is enamored with Glenna and has been for years.
A family feud brought down by two pairs of lovers and a baby in need of parenting. And what will the possibilities bring to these two families? The story-line is fast paced and intriguing. Without giving spoilers away, you all really need to get this book. The Baby Claim is set in Alaska where you can find got romances, suspense with twists and surprises. I Totally Loved This Book!! I was taken in, right from the beginning. She is a Rita Award writer so knowing and expecting her writing to be above the cut is a given.
This is a fun, sweet romance that I'm really glad I read. For the child, for himself…for untangling the ties that bind their families. An Alaskan Oil Baron Novel Passion and turmoil abound in the lives of the Alaskan Oil Barons! That's what is so cool about Harlequin's books; most of the time, there's a preface where the author talk to us about it. With Broderick right by her side, they bond over this adorable tyke and dream of the what-ifs from their past fondness for each other. Two rival families are bound by marriage beneath the icy Northern sky— and torn apart by the secrets that have fed the fires of their feud for decades! The world building in their community had me rooting for them to beat the odds. And once they realize there's strength in numbers, there'll not only have changes at work but in the way they see each other too.
Feuding families aren't feuding anymore? Yep, the two have secretly been sexing things up and in love and want to merge both companies which doesn't sit well with their kids. The family feud keeps them from having a civil conversation yet they both want to do what's best for everyone involved. I love reading a book that makes me feel like this is a place I want to be. The family dynamics, the love and heartbreak, the ties that bind—all of it reminded me why our hearts are won by a sweeping, dramatic family saga full of love. A delightful contemporary romance set in Alaska amid the cold and beautiful wilderness and the northern lights.