Babies & Bosses Bundle by Catherine Spencer

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Babies and bosses. For the couples in these four stories, both are the key to finding love...

In The Costanzo Baby Secret by Catherine Spencer, Dario Costanzo only married Maeve to produce an heir. But when an accident leaves Maeve with amnesia, Dario starts a slow seduction to reawaken his lost wife!

Tycoon Alex Webber's rigidly controlled life is disrupted when he learns his ex Katrina is pregnant in Tina Duncan's Her Secret, His Love-Child. Yet even more unsettling is Alex's intense need to have Katrina back...

The tables are also turned in Natalie Anderson's Hot Boss, Boardroom Mistress when bad-boy Jared James becomes pampered Amanda Winchester's boss! Amanda hates that Jared has the upper hand, but she can't resist his sensual demands.

And in Good Girl or Gold-Digger? by Kate Hardy, Daisy Bell needs cash--fast--to save her company. Felix Gisbourne can help...but does she want him or his money more?

 

About Catherine Spencer

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Catherine Spencer fell into writing by happy accident. Approaching menopause and ready for a change of career while she could still walk and chew gum at the same time, she eavesdropped on a conversation about writing for Harlequin and decided this was Tina Duncan was born in Sydney, Australia. After several years living in New Guinea during her early childhoold she returned to Sydney where she still lives.She has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of New South Wales and a background in marketing and event management. She has worked in a number of industries, which strangely all began with the letter C: cars, consultancy, cosmetics, conferences and computers. She now very happily manages a business with her partner, Edy, her own tall, dark and handsome hero.She loves being physically active and enjoys tennis (both watching and playing), bushwalking and dancing. Spending quality time with her family and friends also rates high on her priority list. She has a weakness for good food and fine wine and has a sweet tooth she has to keep under control.The passion and intensity of Harlequin Mills & Boon make it her favorite line and she is thrilled to now be writing them herself. Natalie Anderson did the final revisions to her manuscript from a hospital bed. Just after having an emergency cesarean section (twins), her husband brought her the e-mail from her editor. The publisher liked the previous revisions Natalie had already made and there was a slot for publication--but she had to have the rewrites done in a week. "So there I was, hooked up to the IV, on massive painkillers, manually expressing every two hours while my babies were locked away in ICU," she says. But her husband thought that it was a good idea to go for it, so he brought in his brother's laptop and Natalie went to work. She delivered the revisions that Friday. By Monday she was back at home and finally got The Call and she heard the magic words in that English accent: "We want to buy your book."Natalie has been writing seriously for only about two years. But since she started she's written every night and every day of the week after her two children--and now her newborn twins--went to bed. She joined the eHarlequin.com Community boards in 2005, researching, participating and becoming addicted to the online reads. But Natalie says the best thing she found on the site was her critique partner, Jude.She has just sent her second book to her editor, and is anxiously waiting to hear more good news--and a longer deadline! Kate lives just outside Norwich in the east of England with her husband, small son and daughter and two mad spaniels.She's always loved books and could read before she went to school. She always knew that she wanted to be a writer, and her parents bought her a proper typewriter for her sixth birthday. (She's still a six-finger typist, though...) Her first stories were all about ponies or outer space, but then she discovered Mills & Boon when she was 12 and decided this was what she wanted to do.Following a degree in English, Kate started work as an accountant, and hated every second of it! All the clients asked why she wasn't working in PR--so she went into marketing communications for the next 10 years. In between studying for two sets of professional exams, Kate continued to write short stories and novels. And her husband supported her every step of the way, even buying her first computer for her!When Kate's son, Chris, was born in 1997, she decided to go freelance so she could spend time with her baby. She became a health journalist and copy editor but never lost her love of romance. When Kate was pregnant with her daughter, her husband suggested combining her two loves by writing medical romances. Kate started reading them and was instantly hooked. (She claims they were her craving when she was pregnant!)At six weeks old, Chloë spent her first Christmas in the hospital with bronchiolitis. The only way Kate could cope was to pretend it was happening to someone else--so she started writing A Baby of Her Own in longhand at Chloë's bedside. Her agent liked the first three chapters. So did Mills & Boon. The final manuscript was accepted on Chloë's first birthday, and published on Chloë's second birthday.When she isn't writing medical romances or health articles, looking after the children or raising funds for Chris's school and cancer research, Kate enjoys relaxing with the family--going to the beach, playing games, reading stories and watching films. She also loves cooking (but not the dieting that goes with it) and she reads a lot. She'd quite like to try rappelling, parascending and scuba diving, but as she's terribly clumsy, she thinks it's much safer to let her heroines do it for her...You can email Kate at the following address: kate.hardy@btinternet.com.
 
Published April 21, 2010 by Harlequin Presents. 544 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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