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#Win The CEO's Unexpected Child by Andrea Laurence (US)

ANDREA LAURENCE is an award-winning author of contemporary and paranormal romance. She has been devouring books since she learned to read at the age of 3. An old portable typewriter got her started writing in her room at 10 and she’s been writing ever since. Her practical nature led her to pursue a master’s degree and a career that would pay the bills, but the writing bug continued to bite.

After eight years and 11 completed manuscripts, she finally made the leap and got ‘the call’ from Harlequin Desire on May 31, 2011. From there, she’s never looked back with a long list of writing credits since that day. 



Praise for Andrea Laurence
Charming, fun stories and nicely drawn characters make for a great read.” 
                                                           
RT Book Reviews
Her writing style is witty and keeps you on your toes, while weaving a tale with the perfect amount of sweet romance.”
                                               
Two Moms Reading Blog
The romance is the perfect combination of emotions and passion. The amazing chemistry between the characters also helps.”
                                                           
Harlequin Junkie
I fell in love from the first line of the book, and my joy continued throughout the entire story.”
                                               
Barbara Vey, Reviewer


A shocking fertility clinic mix-up has resulted in Luca Moretti fathering a child with a woman he's never met. There's no way the CEO will walk away from his baby girl. But he has 30 days to convince her distractingly beautiful mother to do exactly what he wants.
Widow Claire Douglas is still reeling from the loss of her husband when she discovers a stranger has fathered her child. And the rich bachelor will stop at nothing to gain joint custody. How can she possibly fight a man with such money and power—and a charm she can't resist?

Harlequin; March 8, 2016

$5.25 U.S.; 192 Pages

ISBN-978-0-373-73444-3



Song Playlist


Admittedly, this playlist is a little all over the place. I listen to a lot of different genres of music and it all comes together into a crazy playlist. Luca and Claire have a complicated and nontraditional relationship, and not one that I think has been captured in the perfect song. I tried to find songs that represent their hurt in the past, their willingness to move forward, and finally to fall in love.

·         Better Love – Foxes
·         The Woman Before Me – Trisha Yearwood
·         Broken - Seether
·         Believe – Cher
·         Bring Me to Life – Evanescence
·         Demons – Imagine Dragons
·         With Arms Wide Open - Creed
·         I’m A Believer - Monkees




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  1. I've enjoyed Laurence's books before and she's right, it's a crazy playlist! Can't wait to see how this story turns out.

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  2. Thanks! There's not a lot of "I've never met the mama of my baby" songs. :) Hope you enjoy the story.

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