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by Julia James

Genre: Series, Harlequin Presents, Current Series Imprints

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In Julia James' latest romantic story Baby of Shame (4), Rhianna Davies and
Greek tycoon Alexis Petrakis share one incredible night of passion that ends
very messily. Five years later, when Alexis discovers from a social worker
that Rhianna has been injured in a car accident and that they have a son
together that needs his care, Alexis jumps to all the wrong conclusions.
Angry beyond belief and protective of his son, Alexis takes control. As he
whisks Rhianna and their son to his private Greek island, it isn't long
before he begins to doubt his preconceptions about the beautiful mother of
his child. Soon, both Alexis and Rhianna must confront the possibility that
not only were they wrong about one another, but also that they belong
together. Rhianna and Alexis are passionate, well-matched characters whose
individual devotion to their son helps to define them as sympathetic
characters that the reader will willingly invest in and root for.

Reviewed By: Stephanie Schneider

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: February 2006

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