User Reviews For: A Mistake, a Prince and a Pregnancy


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riversong25 Rating
I don't see why it should be an issue. All she wants is the baby, which she PAID who knows how much for to become the mother of. Why should she marry the dad just because the CLINIC made the mistake? If he didn't want some random woman having his baby, why donate to a sperm bank to begin with where ANYONE could have gotten it? I'd have told the jerk hell no when he insisted on getting married and demand that he sign tge paper giving up his parenal rights, and tell him that if he wants a heir so badly then go have it with someone who actually WANTS to marry him, because neither SHE or HER baby are on the marriage market. *lol*
Aelamasca Rating
I can't put into words how bad this is, (as there is a 1000 word limit) so I'm gonna do my best. The preview would have you believe that this story is setting up to be a complex drama, with mature themes.Then it smacks you in the face with a flat story and turns the interesting into the generic.As the story progresses there are obvious creative points here that could've been explored and would've easily made this story readable, but the author went the cheap route and decided that the characters must face no difficulty, no hardship, and everything will go perfectly fine for them.I was honestly waiting for the" and they lived happily ever after" at the end of this story.If you're an edgy 4th grader and you want to get into fanfiction then this is the book for you, but if you're above the age of 13,this will be huge waste of time.
Vivi Rating
Mistake or not, a child is not just another object you pay for if love and care can be involved. I like that message in this one. It's a nice story. However, it can lose your interest for a little while.
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