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Peekaboo Baby

3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  50 ratings  ·  6 reviews

Months after the birth of her son, single mom Delaney Nash discovered a horrible truth: the sperm bank she'd used was under investigation for unethical practices. Complicating matters even further was the very real possibility her son's father was none other than Ryan McCallher sworn enemy.

Suddenly a string of suspiciousand near-fatalaccidents proved that Delaney and her s

Paperback, Large Print, 314 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Harlequin Books
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Paula Legate
This is one of the best books I’ve read in a while. I’ve read over 300 books this year, and this book is by far one of the BEST! The emotions were high, the action is intense, and the passion brewing between Delaney, and Ryan was hot and steamy. The plot was very good, and the suspense of the story unfolding kept me very interested.

Sample from chapter 1 – No amount of strength could have stopped the tears that sprang to her eyes. Hot tears that burned against the cool rain speckling her lashes.
as a zoology student there are a lot of wrong medical terms used in entire novel,no time was given to the romance to develop & when that happens the romance becomes flat.i didnt realized that a person can develop undying love & protectiveness so fast,as fast as the speed of light!;-pthis story could take hardly 2 pages if the unnecessary description is removed.
in one dialogue the hero says 'you make me a better man',& i was like what!thinking about the heroine sexually can make you
The improbability of this scenario made the whole book a bit hard to take in and find a good read. The character development was decent but not earth-shattering. The danger was the well-developed part of the story.
Amanda Sheila
I loved it!

This book is surprisingly sweet. I find Ryan's adorable. He hated the idea of Delaney Nash because of her dad, but eventually his hatred didn't blind him. He still manage to understand that she's in distress and, obviously, falling in love with her. It's nice.

Overall, cute reading. Quite short but it's understandable because it's Harlequin. :)
Nelda Carter
cloning and killing and trying to hate the man who is the father of your child. Think about finding out that your son is a clone and then find out who the clone is and that the clone belongs to a man that is your enemy or rather his son's clone is now your son
This book was simple, but intriguing. It deals with the modern concept of human cloning, although not in a scientific or thorough manner. There wasn't necessarily anything particularly spectacular about this book, but it was a quick and enjoyable read nonetheless. The characters are developed well for such a short novel, and their development make the novel the success it is.
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