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Unexpected Complication

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This is not how she pictured her life

Pregnant, single and no prospect for love. How's a globe-trotting freelance photographer like Carey Langford supposed to cope? Well, love will just have to wait while she focuses on her baby and getting through this pregnancy alone.

But not completely alone. Thank God for Devin Colyer, her best friend since high school.

And Devin's really...more
ebook, Harlequin Superromance #1342, 304 pages
Published November 2011 by Harlequin (first published April 11th 2006)
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I didn't actually choose this book, I got it in a bargain bag at the thirft store. It started off well. How could you not like an opening sentence of, "There was nothing dignified about peeing on a stick"?

But I quit after the heroine, who can barely pay her bills as it is, refuses any financial support from the baby's father because she's too proud to accept it. I am utterly sick of this theme. You don't want the humilation of asking for money (which is due you as child support--it's his kid too...more
Nancy Brady
This was an eBook copy of a Harlequin...an expected ending to the story of a young woman who finds herself pregnant with a disinterested man's child. He doesn't want to be involved. The love of her life is, of course, related to the father of the child. Further, Devin didn't like his cousin Jerod before, but likes him even less afterwards. But Carey persists on having the baby; Devin learns the importance of relationship; Jerod (the father of the baby) signs away his parental rights and leaves,...more
Really loved this novel, especially the angst at the end, it was pretty great to read. It definitely fed my pregnancy novel addiction.
For this book it was very predictable, but a likeable predictable.
It was really a pretty good story. I enjoyed reading it.
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Amy Knupp lives in Wisconsin with her husband, two sons and five cats. She graduated from the University of Kansas with degrees in French and journalism and feels lucky to use very little of either one in her writing career. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, buying books in excess, traveling, breaking up cat fights, watching college basketball and playing addictive computer games. She's a mem...more
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