Contemporary Romance (Multicultural Romance)
If you like rich international millionaires, you’ll love Nikhil Savani. Set in super sexy New York, The Millionaire’s Baby Surprise is an interracial contemporary romance with lots of heart. Nik Savani, the first brother in The Savani Brothers Series, is a gorgeous alpha male millionaire with a revolving door of stunning women at his beck and call. He’s selfish and ruthless until one day he receives a telephone call that shatters his self-indulgent world into pieces.
Doctor Clara Shaw has watched her friend and patient die of cancer, leaving behind her sweet four-year-old child – Jackson – who was born from a reckless one night stand. When Clara discovers the boy’s father is none other than her neighbor Nikhil Savani, she is stunned. Having had more than her fair share of sexy daydreams about Nik, Clara isn’t sure she’ll be able to keep her distance from the playboy millionaire. Which forces Clara to examine her own life and choices and consider the possibility of opening her heart to love.
The Millionaire’s Baby Surprise will warm your heart and make you fall in love with a gorgeous foreign hero and a strong heroine with morals, bravery and passion.
When tragedy strikes one of her patients, it’s up to Clara to step in and make sure her 4 year- old son is taken care of. Enter the unsuspecting dad, Nik! Clara and Nik have lovely chemistry that I enjoyed reading about. It wasn’t forced chemistry and you could tell that in the beginning she was genuinely disgusted by his playboy ways.
The book is a quick paced read and would be perfect to sit down on a rainy afternoon and power through. It ends in an abrupt kind of way, but it’s not too awkward and the inclusion of an epilogue promises the characters will pop up in future books.
The books are based around the Savani brothers, a group of successful Indian hotties (my word 😉 ) who have made it in their own various ways. Nik is a successful businessman for a software company and Clara is an oncologist. The mixture of successful characters means they can both hold their own. There is definitely an equal dynamic with these two characters. I liked that this wasn’t about some surprising baby per se, and wasn’t an unrealistic type of event that might happen. A sprinkle of sizzle towards the end, and a lovely story overall makes this a nice quick read.