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  • ISBN: 0373196229
  • Author: Myrna Mackenzie
  • ePub ver: 1968 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Silhouette (October 1, 2002)
  • Formats: lit azw lrf mbr
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Erotica
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The Billionaire's Bargain (The Wedding Auction) [Oct 01, 2002] Mackenzie, Myrna; Romance
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Rexfire
2.5 stars

I have read many of Myrna Mackenzie's romance novels throughout the years. Many were well written and always drove me to search for more of her works. Unfortunately, you find that occasional bad apple.

Dylan Valentine had a small problem. Well, make that two. His stepmother asked him to babysit his 18-month old twin brothers for 6 weeks. As a bachelor, he definitely needed help. With his two friends, he went to an auction to hire a live-in babysitter. However, he spied April Pruitt in a sticky situation and ended up bidding on her. April had no ideas about babies. With their pasts, April and Dylan fought their attraction, but these babies were going to bring them together.

The story had great potential with interesting main characters. Alas, it wasn't meant to be. The plot moved quickly but the fact that the author lingered too often on their attraction, their past and their present hang-ups ruined what could've been a good read. Every few seconds, the hero and/or heroine would fantasize about each other. Then they reprimanded themselves and reminded themselves why they wouldn't be perfect for each other. Then their past was brought up in every chapter and each was sorry for the others past and would find some words of wisdom or act of consideration to make up for their sad childhoods. And in between these paragraphs, the babies, her stalker and April's search for the perfect husband was thrown in to keep the plot interesting. But the fact there was too many side stories going on that the story and character development got left on the wayside.

Dylan Valentine was a decent hero. For the majority of the book, he was fighting his attraction to April till the very end. When or how he developed his feelings for April was not well known. Other than that, I liked his protective and generous nature. April just plain annoy me. She was timid and awkward. And the things she done did not make sense to me. For example, she had a date and ended up panicking. So, in her intelligent brain, she invited Dylan and the babies to go along with her on the date. What grown woman does that? And have to agree with an earlier review. April created a program to help pick the perfect guy for herself. But where were these guys' profiles coming from? Nothing makes sense when it came to the heroine.

I have read the other two books in the The Wedding Auction series. It was a while ago since I read them, but I must have liked them enough in order for me to want to complete the series. My advice is to read those and skip this one. Each story is standalone (events happened in tandem). This is a clean romance with passionate scenes. If you are planning to buy this book and like passion, then there is enough to sate you. However, despite the adorable twins and their handsome older brother, this story was irrevocably a miss.
Lightbinder
This is the story of Dylan Valentine, billionaire security company exec whose emotionally-deprived childhood has left him unsure of his ability to connect with anyone. Having agreed to babysit his eighteen-month-old half-brothers, while their mother is out of town, Dylan goes to a charity auction, hoping to hire a no-nonsense grandmotherly type to help him. Instead, all his protective instincts come to the fore, and he winds up hiring high school teacher April Pruitt to save her from the unwanted attentions of another man.

April has her own issues with childcare; a failed romance and subsequent miscarriage have convinced her that her mother was right: love and passion are dangerous ingredients which should be kept out of relationships. As a result, she has created a computer program which she is using as she attempts to find the man who is "scientifically" right for her.

But April agrees to help Dylan, and slowly they both fall for the adorable toddlers and for each other.

It's the kids--and April and Dylan's evolving relationships with them--that give this book much of its punch. On the downside, there's a lot more sexual fantasizing here than I'd have wanted, although there's very little followup on it.
Whiteseeker
This book suffered from startling technical anomalies in the plot. I'm not sure the author knew much about computers and technology judging from the way she wrote this book. Why would the heroine write a computer program to determine the best man for herself? And how would she mine all of this information on her own to create a database? Wouldn't it be easier to surf personal ads on the Internet? I was so obsessed wondering what the heroine was actually doing with her computer program-- had she found a way to hack Singles.com to make an even better match? was she a CIA agent with privileged information about every single man on earth?-- that I cared little about what happened with her and the hero. The fact that he was a billionaire stuck out to me and made me wonder if millionaires aren't good enough for romance readers anymore. The method of inserting a baby into the plot was kind of uncomfortable. The book left me with the distinct impression that the author had checked common elements off a list, i.e. bachelor auction, baby, billionaire; and set about writing a book with those elements. What has happened to Silhouette? Where are those 25-cent books from the resale shop with the tattered covers? Why don't romance authors write intelligent books anymore?

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