The Baby Made at Christmas
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The Baby Made at Christmas

3.18 of 5 stars 3.18  ·  rating details  ·  33 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Good things do come in small packages in the latest book in Lilian Darcy's new miniseries, The Cherry Sisters!

Independent Lee knew she had a cushy life in Aspen. A great job as a ski instructor, a luxury home (well, the caretaker's apartment, but it was right on the slopes). And a new fling with new coworker Mac Wheeler. He was handsome, athletic, sexy—the après-ski had j...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published October 22nd 2013 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2013)
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Overall a pretty good book. Lee is living the life she wants. She's got a great job as a ski instructor in the winter, guide in the summer. She can do whatever she wants, when she wants to. When she meets Mac the chemistry between them is hot. Neither one is interested in anything serious, both are independent and like their space. The Lee discovers she's pregnant and has some decisions to make. So she tells Mac and then leaves town to go home to her family. A week later Mac shows up, determined...more
I thought this one would be more emotional, heartfelt but really and truly it was boring and the story IMO struggled a lot.
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"Darcy's baby-makes-three romance is a page-turning, picturesque, feast for the senses. She dishes a huge dose of relationship reality to her couple, whose road to happiness is a bumpy ride of indecision and fear." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars

Miniseries: The Cherry Sisters
I liked this: the characters, the setting and the story were great, but the "conflict" was so lame and contrived that I had to knock off a star.
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Women's fiction and romance author Lilian Darcy has written more than eighty novels for Harlequin, Silhouette, Mira Australia, and Mills & Boon. Under another name she has also written for Australian theater and television.
Lilian's career highlights include many appearances on the Waldenbooks Romance Bestsellers list, five nominations for the Romance Writers of America's presitious Rita Award,...more
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