The Right Life is the one you never see coming.
Didn’t Expect You by Claudia Burgoa is available now!
USA Today Bestselling author Claudia Burgoa brings you a fresh romantic comedy filled with an unexpected surprise, a wicked billionaire, and plenty of laughs.
The right life is the one you never see coming.
I had it all. The luxury apartment, hot dates, and the big office to go with long nights at work. Life was perfect. But after a one-night stand, two little lines on a pregnancy test, and three lost legal cases later… Well, overnight I went from career lawyer to single mom.
It’s okay, I can do it. I’m ready to face this alone until…
Along comes Nathaniel Chadwick. Billionaire adrenaline junky. Everyone’s favorite playboy… and my sister’s brother-in-law. He’s as hot as he is jaded. When it comes to relationships and family, he’d rather jump off a cliff. I wrote him off long ago, except since he learned about the baby he’s been by my side.
Is it pregnancy hormones or is there something real happening between us? I didn’t expect any of this…most of all him.
Didn’t Expect You is a billionaire romance of unexpected pregnancies, exciting encounters, and flirty love. It includes a very confused dog, a precious newborn, and a family you might want to belong to. This chick-lit novel is a romantic comedy with a HEA guaranteed!
I adored this book.
We first met Nyx and Nate in Wrong Text, Right Love. Nyx is the sister of Persy and Nate is the twin brother of Ford. Nyx and Nate meet when the four of them are in New York. Despite their mutual attraction, neither one is in the place for a relationship and Nyx doesn’t want to accept his offer of friends with benefits. They develop a close friendship, however, that is beautiful. Soon, Nyx discovers she is pregnant as the result of a regrettable one night stand.
Nyx and Nate have a special relationship that I loved. Even though they seem like opposites on the surface, they are quite similar and really understand each other in ways that no one else does. I loved all the little moments, too – the ones that really make a relationship feel “right” even when they couldn’t admit to themselves what they were feeling. Ms Burgoa has a talent for writing well developed characters that feel like real people and it makes her books stand out.