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Baby Steps (Babies Inc. #2)
It was bad enough that her partners left shy store owner Dana Malone to scout new retail space with devastatingly handsome Realtor C. J. Turner. Then--"wham!"--her way-out wayward cousin literally left a baby on Dana's doorstep, and a birth certificate listing C.J. as the father. Raising her ultracute nephew was a dream come true, and as she and C.J. shared baby duties and...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published December 1st 2006 by Silhouette Books
(first published 2006)
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There were many things I liked about this book. Both the hero and heroine had issues and they worked through them without too much angst. The baby plot didn't look too contrived, the resolution was good. The epilogue, though ... it jarred. I don't mind religion in a book, not really, but here the tone suddenly dramatically changed and instead of that warm fuzzy feeling that a hea type epilogue leaves, there was just a feeling of .... huh. I truly believe that all things happen for a reason and d...more
Eeek! Okay, I need to be upfront here. The book was good, very good all through out. I love the strength and morals of the heroine, she was amazing to care for a baby who wasn't biologically hers at all. The hero seemed really weak willed and he seemed pathetic. He didn't want to take any chances or move towards any commitment. Then we hit the epilogue of the book and what the heck!!! What is with this religion crap? I don't enjoy religious books, I have read some that relate to it and they comp...more
This book was alright for the kind of plot it contains, but the epilogue completely jumped the shark for me. I don't read inspirational/religious books for a reason (I often find their messages pushy and judgmental and always find the whole premise hoaky), and I don't enjoy an author sneaking that stuff in on me at the end of a book. This was never going to be a 4 or 5 star book for me, but the epilogue really did kill the rest of the book for me. I won't be picking up any more of Ms. Templeton'...more