Tidings of Great Joy
From the author who knows all the secrets of a woman's heart comes a tantalizing tale of holiday romance—as a young woman discovers how a night of passion can change your life, and your dreams, forever....Ria Lavender is the last woman in the world to be swept away by a smooth line and a... show more
From the author who knows all the secrets of a woman's heart comes a tantalizing tale of holiday romance—as a young woman discovers how a night of passion can change your life, and your dreams, forever....Ria Lavender is the last woman in the world to be swept away by a smooth line and a seductive smile. A talented architect, she's just beginning to savor the fruits of her success when she meets a man who will change everything.Mayor-Elect Taylor MacKensie is handsome, charming, and charismatic. Still, Ria never imagines that she'll leave a Christmas party with him, or that, caught up in the magic of a snowfall and a bottle of champagne, she'll give in to desire. Eight weeks later, Ria knows she's carrying Taylor's child.To give their baby a name, Ria persuades Taylor to marry her—at least temporarily. But while Ria soon feels a surprising tenderness—and passion—for Taylor, she fears his prime concern is protecting his career. Ria vows to keep her distance from the man who holds the key to her heart...until life teaches them both a lesson in miracles—and love.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 2nd 1999
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Tidings of Great Joy by Sandra BrownRhia tells him she's pregnant from their one night of lovemaking on Christmas Eve.Taylor is a mayor elect. They decide to get married and worryabout the annulment later on. He wants to be married so he canconcentrate on the election. They will live at his house an...
Rating 3.5Enjoyed it, was quite different with a heroine who was successful & the way she told the hero about the pregnancy & was old fashioned enough to want to make her son legitimate. The hero did act out a bit in the start, mainly due to shock but countered they should get married now and not at...
It wasn't a bad book but it wasn't one of the grated either. But i liked it.