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The Baby Swap Miracle

3.28 of 5 stars 3.28  ·  rating details  ·  76 ratings  ·  13 reviews

Sam Hunter had only intended to help his brother fulfill his dream of having children, but now, through an IVF mix-up, a complete stranger is pregnant with his child To make matters worse, she's utterly gorgeous....
For warmhearted widow Emelia Eastwood, this child was meant to be the final legacy of her husband. The hospital's discovery turns her world upside down.
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ebook, 192 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Harlequin Presents
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Paula Legate
I'm glad I waited for this book to go on sale. It wasn't a bad book, but it wasn't all that great either.
Here is a sample taking out of the last chapter, that sums up the book. chapter 10 - "I think you're both so busy protecting yourselves you can't see what the best thing is. I just hope you find out before it's too late.
This was a sweet story, but I didn't connect with the hero, or heroine. They both seemed a little whinny to me. The story had very little passion, or romance. Sam, and Emeli
The book begins with the heroine Emelia being informed that the baby she is carrying is not her late husbands after a mistake at the IVF clinic, instead she is carrying the hero Sam's baby. Sam was the sperm donor for his brother and sister-in-law's attempts to have a baby. During the IVF treatment all four of them became good friends. As if that is not enough heartache for Emelia she also has to face her in-laws turn their back on her and find out that they tricked both her and her late husband ...more
I picked this up on a whim at the library, thinking it was a real life story I had read about in the news. When I realized my mistake, I needed something to listen to, and it was short, so I went ahead with it. It was okay, but predictable. The book started without really introducing the characters--I had to piece them together as I went along. A reviewer on Amazon mentioned that it was the second in a series, but there is no mention of that on the book jacket or in the description of the book o ...more
a good, clean, and fairly quick read.
This was sweet. Sam and Emelia found themselves in an odd position when the IVF clinic mixed things up. Instead of her late husband's baby, Emelia was pregnant with Sam's. Sam gad been hurt in the past by a woman and was totally against loving anyone again. But he couldn't help falling for the mother of his child. It was really sweet watching Sam and Emelia deal with this accidental situation. I enjoyed their story.
☆°•..  Jillie Anne ..•°☆
I kept waiting for this book to get someplace. I don't know how many times the writer said the same thing over and over and over again. I need to start a new shelf for books I can't believe I finished
a rare harlequin that I didn't get through- I tried but I just couldn't seem to. it was slow, kinda boring, didn't feel much chemistry. maybe a bit too wholesome for me...
Laura YA indie princess
This book just didn't flow for me and I just felt the two main characters were talking over each other so much so that I just couldn't finish the book.
nice clean good read, great for relaxing in the afternoon!
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