Baby Benefits

Baby Benefits CONGRATULATIONS DADDY Those were the last words CEO Derek Messina expected to hear Sure enough the little bundle of joy abandoned on his doorstep weeks ago was in fact his daughter But discovering

  • Title: Baby Benefits
  • Author: Emily McKay
  • ISBN: 9780373769025
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • CONGRATULATIONS DADDY Those were the last words CEO Derek Messina expected to hear Sure enough, the little bundle of joy abandoned on his doorstep weeks ago was, in fact, his daughter But discovering he was a father didn t rock him nearly as much as the news that his longtime assistant Raina was quitting On the verge of merging his diamond franchise, he couldn t losCONGRATULATIONS DADDY Those were the last words CEO Derek Messina expected to hear Sure enough, the little bundle of joy abandoned on his doorstep weeks ago was, in fact, his daughter But discovering he was a father didn t rock him nearly as much as the news that his longtime assistant Raina was quitting On the verge of merging his diamond franchise, he couldn t lose the one woman who d managed his life for all those years Now Derek had to use all of his negotiating tactics including seduction to keep his loyal assistant around

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      Published :2019-07-04T23:12:41+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Baby Benefits

    1. Emily McKay Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Baby Benefits book, this is one of the most wanted Emily McKay author readers around the world.

    2. There just wasn't much there for a romance.Not enough tension between the MC, not enough tension with the OW. I didn't see or feel where the hero actually fell for the heroine or truly realized what he was missing either through thoughts or deeds. The author addresses it, but it is not just convincing to me.Cute baby though.

    3. So, Baby Benefits is the sequel to Baby on the Billionaire’s Doorstep, where Derek learns he's a father instead of his brother Dex and for the first time he is at a loss, since he took over the business reins at seventeen, leaving school. He's never regretted the sacrifices he has had to make for business and it is his life, as usual he calls his trusted secretary Raina.Raina has worked for Derek for nine years and she's been in love with him for eight, ever since he helped her family out. Rai [...]

    4. APSVEICU… PAPUCĪT!Tie bija pēdējie vārdi, ko Dereks Messina gaidīja izdzirdēt. Protams, mazais prieka sainītis, kas bija atstāts pie viņa durvju sliekšņa nedēļām atpakaļ, ir viņa meita. Bet atklāt, ka viņš ir tēvs, nebija tik šokējoši, cik ziņas, ka viņa ilggadējā asistente Raina aiziet no darba. Uz dimantu franšīzes apvienošanās sliekšņa, viņš nevar zaudēt to sievieti, kas vadījusi viņa dzīvi visus šos gadus. Tagad Derekam ir jāpielieto visas sarunu ta [...]

    5. Congratulations…Daddy!Those were the last words CEO Derek Messina expected to hear.Sure enough, the little bundle of joy abandoned on his doorstep weeks ago was, in fact, his daughter. But discovering he was a father didn't rock him nearly as much as the news that his longtime assistant Raina was quitting. On the verge of merging his diamond franchise, he couldn't lose the one woman who'd managed his life for all those years. Now Derek had to use all of his negotiating tactics…including sedu [...]

    6. It is a short but fun and not too serious contemporary !!Although the story and plot were typical and a little obvious, the snarky and subtly sassy Raina kept it interesting. Also Derek's character was well written as wellDerek is your typical hardworking boss. He just came to know that Isabella is his daughter rather than his brother's which he thought prior to the paternity test. He sets out on becoming a father for all the wrong reasons. Raine ; his assistant ,helps him see all the right reas [...]

    7. Baby Benefits begins with twin brothers vying for the attention of a baby girl. I actually thought this was kind of weird and thought the idea might make for a good story. Unfortunately, it didn't play out as well as I had hoped. There were loads of opportunites for the plot to take off and become a really great story. It never happened. The story was okay--just kind of lukewarm. I would be interested in reading something else by Ms. McKay to see if her writing has improved with time. I hope so. [...]

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