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The Sheriff and the Baby (The O'Malley Men #2)

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When Sheriff Matt O'Malley rescues a pregnant woman after a car accident and helps deliver her baby, he quickly begins to feel protective of her--of "both" of them. Matt is increasingly drawn to Beth Ford and her daughter, Sarah--although he's noticed that Beth isn't your average new mom.For one thing, she's obviously hiding something. Like her real name...

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Mass Market Paperback, Harlequin American Romance, #1309, 216 pages
Published June 8th 2010 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2010)
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The hero Matt comes to the rescue of the heroine Beth when she crashes her car during heavy snowfall. When he realises she is in labour he quickly gets her to the hospital and ends up supporting her through the birth of her daughter. This is bitter-sweet for Matt as it brings back painful memories of his wife and unborn child's death, but he also feels an almost unbelievable connection to Beth and her little girl. Beth is thankful for Matt's help but wary when she finds out he is the Sheriff of
Donna Porter
This was such a sweet love story. about Matt and Beth. It was a great story of a runaway pregnant woman and an small town sheriff. Of course, their are problems along the way but it was a great read
Malvina Yock
This gorgeous book taps into the woman in jeopardy theme, with the alpha male protector. It opens when Sheriff Matt O'Malley rescues Beth from a car accident, only to discover she's pregnant and in labour, so has to rush her to the hospital to deliver her baby. You just know he's going to fall for her and the baby... but there's also the mystery surrounding her past - she's hiding secrets. Very enjoyable to read as it unfolds.
Robin *loves sexy books*
This is the 2nd book from CC in the OMalley series. I think I liked Will OMalley from the first book a little better, but this was good too.

I like this family a lot and can't wait for the next book. I love big families...that means lots of connected books!!
ஐ Briansgirl (Book Sale Queen)ஐ
Quick easy read. Decent plot but it lost me 3/4 of the way through. By that time you knew they had fallen for each other and you were just waiting for the ones she was running from to find her. At that point, it became very predictable.
What a beautiful story I so loved this one the scenery and characters are amazing. I fell into this book and basically read it on about one sitting I couldn't put it down.
Renee Entress
Loved the story.
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