Reader Review: I liked the couple a lot, a cop with bit of PTS and a carpenter with a complicated family life. There was a bit of interesting role reversal in the beginning of book, with the hero in tears and the h putting down her tool belt to awkwardly comfort him. If you're looking for a pregnancy story this isn't one. She's pregnant by the end but not that far along. There is the hero's son from a previous marriage and I suppose that's where the title comes from.
Carmen O'Brien has a lot on her plate--including raising her orphaned siblings. And if that isn't enough, a gorgeous, sexy new man has just entered her life--Jack Davey...
But who has time for gorgeous, sexy new men? It's fantastic to have a bit of fun for a change, but Carmen has to put family first.
Except then she discovers she's bound to Jack for good. She might have been a mom in the making for years--but Carmen is to become a mom for real in nine months' time--and she needs Jack more than ever...
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|Title of Romance eBook: A Mother in the Making|
|Release Date: 02-01-2008|
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|Publisher: Silhouette Special Edition|
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A Mother in the Making
T-shirt balled in his free hand and lopsided with pain, he heard Terri's voice. He'd been expecting her call. Had thought about it when he'd lain awake in the night, unable to get back to sleep.
"Sorry, did I get you out of bed?" she cooed at him, and he caught the veiled put-down like a pro baseball player catching a kid's practice throw.
Yeah, Terri, okay, I get it, you think I'm lazy. It was seven-thirty on a New Jersey Monday morning. Terri's new husband, Jay, arose at six every day, went to the gym for an hour, ate a power breakfast and still managed to make a couple of billion dollars by lunch.
"Out of the shower," he told her, after a silence that lasted a fraction too long. His side was still burning and he couldn't be bothered attempting to change what his ex-wife thought of him.
What she thought of him had become pretty clear during the process of their divorce.
The only thing that mattered in their relationship anymore was Ryan, and he mattered down to the marrow of Jack's bones. Ryan came first.
He took some cautious breaths and paced up and down the splintered old hardwood floor, willing the pain to ebb. What had he done in there? Ripped open his stitches? Did the agony show in his voice?
Terri knew that he'd just come out o...
Title: A Mother in the Making
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I liked the couple a lot, a cop with bit of PTS an
February 20, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from appomattox, VA US
I liked the couple a lot, a cop with bit of PTS and a carpenter with a complicated family life. There was a bit of interesting role reversal in the beginning of book, with the hero in tears and the h putting down her tool belt to awkwardly comfort him.
If you're looking for a pregnancy story this isn't one. She's pregnant by the end but not that far along. There is the hero's son from a previous marriage and I suppose that's where the title comes from.
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