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A Wedding for Baby

3.84  ·  Rating details ·  32 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
It's been six months since Gabby Craig's boyfriend left her high and dry...and pregnant. But she can't get away from his eccentric though well-meaning family! And now Dane Bocelli--handsome, responsible Judge Dane Bocelli--has offered to be her Lamaze partner.
Dane knows it's taboo to fall in love with his kid brother's girlfriend. And he does his best to keep her at arm's
ebook, Harlequin American Romance #1276, Baby Boom #17, 224 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Harlequin American Romance (first published January 1st 2009)
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"Are you supposed to be getting into my business?"

"Just asking. I figure our instructor wouldn't want you scaring your baby with those furrowed brows."

"Bite me!"

Despite the awful title and cover, this book was actually pretty good.

Gabby is pregnant. When she is three months pregnant, her boyfriend Ben abandons her because he's chickenshit.

His older brother, Dane, steps up like a man to handle it. When Gabby is put on bedrest, he basically moves in with her. He cooks her meals, he carries her eve
Good premise not particularly well done. Gabby is pregnant with his brother's baby. The father, Ben, has run off so the older brother Dane takes over going to Lamaze classes and helping her out when she goes on bed rest. They seem to fall in love and she tells him she wants him and not the brother. That Dane is a real man and Ben is a boy who refuses to grow up but when Ben shows up as she's in labor she dithers and then the book goes on for another hundred or so pages of poorly explained dither ...more
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Apr 27, 2013 rated it it was amazing
A sad book in the beginning but a great love story by the end. :)
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After college, Laura Marie Altom did a brief stint as an interior designer before becoming a stay-at- home mom to boy/girl twins. Always an avid romance reader, when she found herself replotting the afternoon soaps, she knew it was time to try her hand at writing.