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And Baby Makes Five

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A modern Californian makes a good living off the land but work has left his love life in a drought. Will he be open when God drops love right in front of him?
Single father Chad Harrison's average day goes awry when a migrant worker goes into labor in his lettuce field. Could meeting Felisa a Mexican immigrant be designed by God or a complicated mess? Among the streets and
Hardcover, Large Print, 257 pages
Published February 2nd 2011 by Thorndike Press (first published October 17th 2007)
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And Baby Makes Five was an okay story, very predictable but still a somewhat enjoyable read. It certainly wasn't the best Heartsong Presents book I've read and for a book that is under 200 pages it did seem to take forever to read.
And Baby Makes Five was the second of two Christian romances sent to me by the author, Gail Gaymer Martin, for review. I had already read Garlic and Roses, so came to this book with a certain expectation in place. As stated in my review for Garlic and Roses, I am by no measure a "romance" reader.

And yet, I do try to keep an open mind whenever opening the cover of a yet unread book, doing my best not to judge by cover or even by genre. That said, certain stereotypical assumptions for the genre o
Light reading; doesn't take long to finish. Sweet tale of love and acceptance without prejudice.
With most of these heartsong short novels, it is very predictable what would happen but actually reading to the end enjoyable. Plus I love when a stranger plays the hero role to a damsel in distress.
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Multi-award-winning novelist, Gail Gaymer Martin writes Christian fiction for Love Inspired and Barbour Publishing, where she was honored by Heartsong readers as their Favorite Author of 2008. Gail has fifty contracted novels with three and a half million books in print. She is the author of Writers Digest’s Writing the Christian Romance. Gail is a co-founder of American Christian Fiction Writers, ...more
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