× The Baby Swap Miracle ✓ Download by Ü Caroline Anderson

× The Baby Swap Miracle ✓ Download by Ü Caroline Anderson This story was ok I enjoyed it but I found Sam s constant dithering about his feelings for Emelia grew tiresome as the story progressed I m than willing, however, to try a few books by this author.
No romance, no passion, no connection Actually, it was very frustrating for me as a reader If this had been the first book by Ms Anderson that I had read I wouldn t read another, but it wasn t thankfully or I would have have missed out on a couple of VERY good books.
Sam Hunter Had Only Intended To Help His Brother Fulfill His Dream Of Having Children, But Now, Through An IVF Mix Up, A Complete Stranger Is Pregnant With His Child To Make Matters Worse, She S Utterly GorgeousFor Warmhearted Widow Emilia Eastwood, This Child Was Meant To Be The Final Legacy Of Her Husband The Hospital S Discovery Turns Her World Upside DownSam Begins To Feel Fiercely Protective Of His Accidental Family, And Soon He And Emilia Discover That Fate Can Lead To A Love You Never Expected Typical Fertility center mixup love story Both character liked each other but there past made them afraid to rock the boat.
I picked this up on a whim at the library, thinking it was a real life story I had read about in the news When I realized my mistake, I needed something to listen to, and it was short, so I went ahead with it It was okay, but predictable The book started without really introducing the characters I had to piece them together as I went along A reviewer on mentioned that it was the second in a series, but there is no mention of that on the book jacket or in the description of the book on , but that would explain how I felt like I was jumping into the middle of a book but most authors address this, in case someone picks up the second book without having ad the first.
The book starts with a woman finding out that the clinic made a mistake and she was The book begins with the heroine Emelia being informed that the baby she is carrying is not her late husbands after a mistake at the IVF clinic, instead she is carrying the hero Sam s baby Sam was the sperm donor for his brother and sister in law s attempts to have a baby During the IVF treatment all four of them became good friends As if that is not enough heartache for Emelia she also has to face her in laws turn their back on her and find out that they tricked both her and her late husband while he was dying into going through posthumous IVF treatment.
Due to all the upheaval she has been through with her husbands death of cancer and the IVF treatment Emelia has nowhere else to turn but to Sam Sam was hurt deeply by a woman in his past and vows never to let a woman in his heart again, however he desperately wants to be part of his baby s life so asks Emelia to move in with him desp I m glad I waited for this book to go on sale It wasn t a bad book, but it wasn t all that great either Here is a sample taking out of the last chapter, that sums up the book chapter 10 I think you re both so busy protecting yourselves you can t see what the best thing is I just hope you find out before it s too late This was a sweet story, but I didn t connect with the hero, or heroine They both seemed a little whinny to me The story had very little passion, or romance Sam, and Emelia had been hurt before they were too scared of being hurt again to embrace what was right there for them to grab on too The two finally woke up, and embraced the love, but it was a little too late for me.



This was sweet Sam and Emelia found themselves in an odd position when the IVF clinic mixed things up Instead of her late husband s baby, Emelia was pregnant with Sam s Sam gad been hurt in the past by a woman and was totally against loving anyone again But he couldn t help falling for the mother of his child It was really sweet watching Sam and Emelia deal with this accidental situation I enjoyed their story.
I really liked this book even though the ending was a little too tidy.
So sweet a story Reminded me of the older mills and boon modern stories.

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