286th out of 296 books — 44 voters
A Little Bit Pregnant (Silhoutte Special Edition. #1573)
by Susan Mallery (Goodreads Author)
Uh-oh. Nicole Beauman had overcome a lot of obstacles in her life, and she sure as heck had never backed down from a challenge. But her boss, Zane Rankin, presented an entirely new sort of dilemma. Sexy and charming, he was like chocolate--sinfully good, but bad for her health. Nicki knew Zane didn't want to settle down, particularly not with a girl like her, and she didn'...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by Silhouette
(first published 2003)
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One of the reasons I enjoyed this book is because of the main character being handicapped. The author has written about her frustrations, anxiety, and insecurities along with her love of life and her Independant streak. The story is completely unlike any I have read before. I enjoyed this book thoroughly.
I give this a 2.5 or 3. I read this book to see how the author handled the heroine being disabled and in a wheelchair. The book was okay, it kept me turning the pages, but I never really got involved in the characters or story. Each character had one problem. They just weren't very complex. Even though Nikki was in a wheelchair, she wasn't paraplegic. She had the social and public challenges of being in a wheelchair, but her ability to feel and make love wasn't compromised. There was some cute d...more
I do think this is a stupid name for the book but I really enjoyed it. I really liked that it was the heroine not the hero of the story in the wheelchair. With these types of story's it usually the bloke with the traumatic past with the help if a good women to see the light/love. In this story the fact that Nikki was in a chair wasn't the focal point but how Zane want all the perks of a relationship but not title. Great story and really like the different epilogue with it been 25yrs in future.
I couldn't finish reading it. The author had a hard on for the word wheelchair, since the heroine is disabled and I just couldn't get into the book at all. It's not as if I have any issues with people having disabilities, it's just I don't want to read about it and be completely frustrated about the book. Sorry if I'm rude but it's my opinion and I'm entitled to it.
I seem to enjoy Susan Mallery's category romance, and not her full-length novels. I enjoyed this one. Probably because the theme of best friends falling in love is a favorite of mine. I enjoyed the chemistry between the characters. I could really feel their friendship, as well as the attraction between them.
With more than 25 million books sold worldwide, New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery is known for creating characters who feel as real as the folks next door, and for putting them into emotional, often funny situations readers recognize from their own lives. Susan’s books have made Booklist’s Top 10 Romances list in four out of five consecutive years. RT Book Reviews says, “When it come...moreMore about Susan Mallery...