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Saturday, September 6, 2014

The Surprise Triplets by Jacqueline Diamond



Release Date - September 2014

Jacqueline Diamond
Harlequin

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

As a fertility counselor, Melissa Everhart spends her days discussing pregnancy with her patients. Melissa is pregnant, too, with triplets no less. She's about to embark on a new life as a single mom. While she loved her husband, his random announcement that he had a vasectomy led to their divorce. She wants a family of her own, and she will let nothing get in her way. Now her ex is back in her life, part of the team at Safe Harbor.

Melissa soon discovers that her former sister-in-law is in trouble, and he's now the guardian of his young niece. For a man who never wanted kids, he's doing an amazing job. As the former couple spend more and more time together, Melissa begins to wonder if Edmond deserves a second chance.

If you've read any of the Safe Harbor romances, you know that the doctors, nurses, and administrators in this medical center are more like a tight knit family than a group of characters. I was happy to get reunited with characters from previous novels, and it was fun seeing Melissa's pregnancy developing. There is some conflict in this novel that I could have done without, but I also knew it was coming, so it wasn't a huge shock.

One of the nicest things about The Surprise Triplets and other books in the Safe Harbor Medical Romance series is that the books stand alone. You don't have to have read others in order to get what is going on. Given that, I recommend reading more than one to get to know the characters and the struggles and joys they've faced. Here is to hoping that Lucky is next!

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