The Baby Plan
What he wants…
…is a baby. A child of his own. Jake Manning more or less raised his younger siblings; he loves kids and knows he's a natural father. However, he's had zero success as a husband. So he comes up with a baby plan, one that requires a woman but not a wife.
What she needs…
…is money. Security. An education. A home. Harley Emerson might be a crack mechanic, but...more
Then he meets Harley who loses her job as a mechanic when something from his car is taken, Jake knows she didn't do it and feels guilty so he visits her & finds that she lives in povert ...more
This book had a very sweet romance but more than that I liked how it address ...more
I however felt so much for her regarding being scared about being a mother. I am so scared and I'm not pregnant! When he said about his sister dropping her baby after Harley had done the same to Dusty's child I thought huh, my mum did that to me too! Or rather like that situation I rolled off the changing mat. Must be a common parental mistake!!
I like Harley ...more
Fabulous book! The characters were well developed and the storyline was a bit different from other romance books.
Jake was a divorced, hunky man of 35, who desperately wanted a child...but no wife. He has tried to adopt and is considering a surrogate. His wife walked out on him and shattered his heart. He had to find a way to have a baby without a wife.
Harley, a female mechanic who has been wrongly charged of a crime, seems like the perfect choice for a surrogate. She doesn't want ...more
I do want the hero's brother to bleed though in this story. Like cut him ...more
A girl that has no one, find her prince charming, who doesn't believe in evil but brings out the best in people, from his obnoxious lovable pets, to his over protective, hardheaded brother.
It brings a little bit of everything, an easy read and wonderfully written story that catches the attention of the reader without making stress over the little details.
Books have always been my constant companions, all the way back to when I was reading Gus, The Friendl ...more