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review 2019-01-20 01:31
Good Story and Good Characters
Baby Maker - P. Dangelico Baby Maker - P. Dangelico

The successful financial manager has spent her adult life building a career and neglecting her personal life. Problem is, she doesn’t believe in marriage. Not after watching her mother be treated like garbage by her father. Nope, marriage is not for her. All she wants is a baby. All she needs is a man to agree to her terms.

Ok, so I looked at the title of the book and passed it by the first time around. I’m not a fan of contemporary or books for the man bed-hops and thinks he’s a gift to women. The thing that had me decide to give it a try was Stella. I’m a fan of books where the woman is strong and independent. I am glad I tried it. I did enjoy both characters and their story. I look forward to reading more from this author.

**I voluntarily read and reviewed this book

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review 2019-01-18 19:27
Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica
Pretty Baby - Mary Kubica

This is one of those domestic dramas where the people are all slightly off and keeping secrets but you don’t know that at first. At first they all seem pretty normal. Getting to the reveal of all of the secrets is my favorite thing about these books. Well, that and reading about messed up people because that is always a good time.


Heidi is a do-gooder. She’s always tried to help out the less fortunate and has a decently cushy life so when she spies a young lady with an infant out in the elements she offers the girl a meal. And wouldn’t you know it, soon enough she’s offering her a warm place to stay inside her home. The home where her bratty 12 year old daughter and husband also live. She doesn’t check with either of them. She just brings this bedraggled stranger and her smelly, screaming baby into her home . . .


Chris, the husband is not happy about this turn of events but he travels so much that Heidi basically shrugs off his worries and does what she wants. And what she wants is to care for that beautiful baby.


“My eyes staring at the baby with longing, craving another chance to do this right.”


You know things aren’t going to end well, don’t you?


I’m not going to spill the details because the little details and secrets are what make reading a book like this so addictive and so much voyeuristic fun. This story kept me hooked from beginning to end and I particularly enjoyed that it was told from multiple points of view and that it flipped around in time to keep me on my toes but it never confused me. The author would you give one delectable little tidbit and then move on, leaving me desperate to read more - to read it all. I had to know ALL of the messy little secrets and messy they certainly were!


I recommend this story, if this is your sort of thing.

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url 2019-01-18 08:52
Party Wear Dresses For Baby Girl To Help Your Daughter Outshine Herself With Pure Elegance

Whatever be your style or situation, there are plenty of ways to get into weddings spirit. Looking for dresses has always been a bomb dropping task. The job intensifies when one needs to be a responsible parent and find party wear dresses for baby girl. Although there are many brands and choices to opt from in-stores, the online ease of shopping is what most of the parents prefer these days. Along with the women's collection, girls collection has been quite updated with the ongoing trend. A reason for this is that no parent will ever want her little princess to look bad in front of other people whenever they are attending an event together.



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review 2019-01-15 10:53
Resolution: Baby Fever (A Resolution Pact Short Story) by Kim Loraine
Resolution: Baby Fever - Kim Loraine



Scarlett and Max are a love story years in the making. All it look was a leap of faith and New Year's Eve Kiss. Short, sweet and sexy with a side of heart. A short story with a lasting impact.

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