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Thursday, February 26, 2015

The Baby Bonanza by Jacqueline Diamond

Release Date - March 2015

Jacqueline Diamond

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

The latest release in the Safe Harbor series finally gives Lucky Mendez, the male nurse I've been rooting for, his chance for true love. Zora Raditch is carrying twins following a last-minute fling with her soon-to-be ex-husband. She's not told him she's pregnant, nor does she want to since he's happily moved on with his new wife. With the support of her friends, she's ready to be a single mom to her twins.

In addition to a tiring pregnancy, there's a lot more on Zora's plate. She's haunted by her past, she has a troublesome patient at the hospital who is becoming too much to handle, and then there is the whole issue with her ex-husband. It's not surprising that Zora has to lean on Lucky for support, but it is surprising to her that she finds herself falling for him, the last thing she really wants to do.

The Baby Bonanza is the 15th book in the Safe Harbor Medical series. A lot of time is spent catching up with past characters, a few new revelations come out that will surprise long-time fans of the series, and then there is the romance bringing Zora and Luke to the forefront. As I read, I kept thinking that it was about time they finally realized they were in love. The situations thrown at them were maddening, but read it and you'll get what I mean.

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