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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

His Baby Dream - Jacqueline Diamond



Release Date - June 2013

Jacqueline Diamond
Harlequin

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

Safe Harbor Medical is a long-running series from romance author Jacqueline Diamond. Her latest, His Baby Dream, shares the story of Peter Gladstone. Peter, a widower, teaches high school biology, but his students aren't enough to fill the longing for a child. He decides to hire a surrogate to carry his child. After screening suitable candidates, he settles on someone, the thing is, he knows her.

Harper Anthony is also a widow, her husband and Peter taught at the same school. She finds a level of support in Peter. After all, he lost his spouse too. Harper's a single mom now, and she's seen her friends and coworkers becoming pregnant and having children. Knowing how successful the fertility program is and that they rely on donors, Harper decides to donate eggs.

Soon, both Harper and Peter are falling for each other. Peter hasn't told Harper the truth, however, and if he does it may threaten their new relationship.

First, I have to say that Harper's little girl, Mia, is so adorable. I could have read her comments and insights for hours and never gotten bored. I loved her innocence and honesty. Peter and Harper are great with her too. The growing family unit warms the heart and really involved me in their lives. I was rooting for them all the way.

If you haven't read any of the Safe Harbor Medical romances, they stand alone so don't worry about reading them in order. However, once you've started, it's a hard series to put down.

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