A Navy SEAL's Surprise Baby
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A Navy SEAL's Surprise Baby (Operation: Family)

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He Needs Her

Fatherhood is the last thing on navy SEAL Calder Remington's mind. On the job, he's a hardworking hero; in civilian life, he's a carefree bachelor. When he finds a baby-his baby-on his doorstep, he's got no choice but to be a dad. He needs help, and that's where super-nanny Pandora Moore comes in. She's perfect in every way. Calder can't deny that he's powerfu...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 3rd 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Samina Anwar
Just finished reading A Navy Seal's Surprise Baby, I loved it, it was so real one could really empathise Pandora, her determination to get her little girl back and how she dealt with Calder's initial reaction to her past. And I love the way she didn't succumb to temptation. Loved it. Thanks for such a great read.
Fantastic book with a lot of emotion. Calder is desperately trying to cope with being a father, and engages the help of Pandora as Quinn's nanny. She does a fantastic job and soon has the household running smoothly. He is attracted to her but knows that's inappropriate since she works for him. He also senses she's keeping something from him. When her past comes out he reacts badly and things fall apart. Once he has calmed down he realizes that he needs to regain her trust to have any kind of a f...more
In A Navy SEAL’s Surprise Baby by Laura Marie Altom, navy Seal Calder Remington needs a nanny ASAP. He needs to have his mind on his job and get his life back to normal, something that changed irrevocably when he was left in sole charge of his baby son. He needs an older woman who has raised her own children to be good upstanding citizens and have become doctors or lawyers and is now ready to pass her wisdom to another generation, so far none of the nannies sent by the agency are up to his stand...more
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"This story tackles the struggles an abused, recovering alcoholic heroine faces to once again be a full-time mother. Easy to empathize with, her final triumph and discovery of real love is emotional and heartwarming." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars

Miniseries: Operation: Family
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Brenda Bengard
Laura had me crying from the beginnig of this book and had a hard putting it down, loved the writing and as I told her some men have a hard time doing anything with thier heads up thier butts some but some do surprise once in a while. Good writing Laura.
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After college, Laura Marie Altom did a brief stint as an interior designer before becoming a stay-at- home mom to boy/girl twins. Always an avid romance reader, when she found herself replotting the afternoon soaps, she knew it was time to try her hand at writing.
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