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Having Justin's Baby

3.26 of 5 stars 3.26  ·  rating details  ·  69 ratings  ·  10 reviews
There's no turning back once Paige makes a colossal mistake that could cost her the best friend she's ever had. How can life possibly stay the same for her and Justin after they spend one passionate night together? If only her fiancé hadn't run off with another woman. And if only Justin hadn't been there to comfort her when she'd been so utterly vulnerable....

But now she's

ebook, Harlequin Superromance #1481, Bundles of Joy, 256 pages
Published March 1st 2008 by Harlequin Superromance
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The heroine, Paige, is quite a selfish person and not a very good listener, especially to her two best guy friends, Justin and Kyle. She was also very negative and kept blaming Justin about the whole thing that happened between them and he was trying so hard to make things right, but she just kept pushing him away.

Also, I am really curious about what happened to Kyle... I know he became Justin and Paige's godfather but did he ever find his true love?

Overall, there were very few parts in the boo
When her fiancee jilts her, the heroine falls into bed with her long-time friend--and winds up pregnant. It's interesting to see how the sex and then pregnancy affects the delicate web of their friendship and other relationships, as they work their way to parenthood and love. Would have been better had the heroine been a touch more likable; and I would have also liked to see her dad's reaction to the pregnancy (which was not mentioned in the book. At all. Even though the relationship between the ...more
This book was just OK..
I mean it was a good story but sometimes I felt like there's a whole scene that's missing ... Like something would happen and it would be like "I told you yesterday!" And we ad readers didn't get to see what happened and frankly I felt like that happened with the most important scenes!!!
Also, sometimes It felt like there really isn't any chemistry between the H and h ... And I couldn't really believe they loved each other ...

I don't know ... But it ended HEA ... So that pu
E. Hughes
I enjoyed this book and the author's laid back, fast paced style. It was a good enjoyable read. My only gripe is that the story is lacking is the "true love" aspect. In fact, the romance was a bit tepid. All of the qualities that made the young heroine so likeable disappeared after the one night-rebound with her friend that left her pregnant.

I left the story feeling like the couple settled for each other because of the baby.
Megan Wynne
It's a romance novel so I didn't go into it expecting it to be phenomenal, but it was a decent book. I enjoyed that it was set in Minnesota so I felt like I could really understand the characters being that I am from that area. If you're looking for an easy, quick read, I would recommend this. Of course, I secretly (or not so secretly now =P) actually enjoy reading romance novels so it may not be for you!
I didn't love this book, although I liked it. The writing was a bit childish as were the characters, but after a bit, I warmed to them. The characters were 28 and were written like they were still in high school. I've never read any other books by this author, so I don't know if it's just the author's style of writing or just the characters themselves.
I didn't find this book super dramatic or very good but certain points were okay. There were sweet times, bad times, funny times and so on. The one character I felt horribly for was Kyle. He had been the heroines best friend, stuck by her side and fell in love with her, only for the heroine to hook up with his best friend, the hero.
Really, a 3.5. It's a best friends to lovers theme, and I thought the author did a great job of showing the uncertainty, the hurt, etc between friends.
Just a cute Harlequine romance. Progressed as expected and ended as expected.
Petra (Safari Poet)
This just wasn't for me. I didn't connect with any of the characters.
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Pamela Muelhbauer was born and raised in Minnesota, one of six children. She and her husband Gerr, live in a small community just northwest of Minneapolis. They have two children, Amy and Aaron, and a bichon-poo that thinks he’s human. The marriage spend much of their recreational time in the lakes region of northern Minnesota. They enjoy roasting marshmallows over an open fire and listening to th ...more
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