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Family Be Mine (More Than Friends #4)

3.54 of 5 stars 3.54  ·  rating details  ·  28 ratings  ·  7 reviews

Successful physiotherapist and single mom-to-be Sarah Halverson is not one to take adversity lying down. But these days she's having trouble getting up Thirty weeks into her pregnancy, Sarah finds that her bouts of dizziness are spelling the end of her mobility--and her independence. She's got to find an answer, preferably one that's close to her office and has a car.
ebook, 256 pages
Published December 1st 2010 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 1st 2010)
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I liked it but it was kind of strange.
Well this was an interesting take on a romance novel. Not so perfect heroes and heroines actually worked out pretty well. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it.

After finding out on the day of her wedding that her fiance is gay, Sarah definitely isn't having the best of days. Add to that that she's pregnant and she's not really sure where her life is going to turn at this point. But she has good friends and family and they're always there for her, even if it means sending her to a s
This was a descent story. I liked the characters, but didn't fall in love with either of them. I did enjoy reading it, and would recommend it to those who enjoy romance, but nothing in it will have me coming back to re-read it.
I enjoyed the characters separately, living their lives and coping with their problems, but I found their romantic relationship/romantic interactions to be less than believable. Not sure why.
It was ok. I liked that there relationship was pretty straightforward, you don't normally get that in a book.
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After graduating from Yale University, Tracy Kelleher spent the next few years working in Italy. She returned to the United States to study medieval history in graduate school at Cornell University, but decided that academic life was not for her. She migrated to the Big Apple, where she worked at an advertising agency. Fast-forward through marriage, two children, one dog, and freelance writing for ...more
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