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The Babe Magnet
The Babe Magnet
Author: Robin Wells
ISBN-13: 9780505525369
ISBN-10: 0505525364
Publication Date: 6/2004
Pages: 374
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 56 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The Bachelor: Holt Landen was in trouble. He'd been left a six-month-old child he never knew he had, and while he'd attracted plenty of babes in the past, they were always the kind in high heels and garters. Diapers were disturbingly new, and they called for a plan.
The Bride: Stevie Stedquest had a problem, too. She dispensed parenting advice on a radio talk show, but she didn't have kids. And thought she wanted a child of her own, Mr. Right was nowhere on the horizon--only commitment-phobes and womanizers.
The Babe: Baby Isabelle needed a mother in the worst way. A temporary marriage between her newfound father and Stevie would solve the problem, but they seemed terribly mismatched. Fortunately, Isabelle had two aces up her diaper: opposites attract, and her daddy wasn't the only babe magnet in the family.
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Two-time Readers'Choice Award Winner
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Great book.
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Really cute!

The Bachelor: Holt Landen was in trouble. He'd been left a six-month-old child he never knew he had, and while he'd attracted plenty of babes in the past, they were always the kind in high heels and garters. Diapers were disturbingly new, and they called for a plan.
The Bride: Stevie Stedquest had a problem, too. She dispensed parenting advice on a radio talk show, but she didn't have kids. And thought she wanted a child of her own, Mr. Right was nowhere on the horizon--only commitment-phobes and womanizers.
The Babe: Baby Isabelle needed a mother in the worst way. A temporary marriage between her newfound father and Stevie would solve the problem, but they seemed terribly mismatched. Fortunately, Isabelle had two aces up her diaper: opposites attract, and her daddy wasn't the only babe magnet in the family.
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The call from a Dallas police officer informed Holt Landen that not only had Ella Sinclair died in a car crash, but the heiress named him as the father of her child. He barely remembers the flighty woman he had a one night stand with in Aspen, but the DNA proves he is the father of a six month old child with Ella named Isabelle. Holt leaves New Orleans to pick up his daughter only to learn that his daughter suffers from Attachment Disorder. Holt is desperate for help, so when Isabelle stops crying while hearing New Orleans radio parenting advice show host Stevie Stedquest speak on the radio, he offers the childless Stevie a deal. They wed in a marriage of convenience in which she provides Isabelle with proper loving nurturing and she has that child she wants to raise. However, Stevie and Holt are opposites in every foreseeable way except that Isabelle has hooked both of them. Now can the baby play matchmaker when neither of the two adults wants the other?

THE BABE MAGNET is an intriguing contemporary romance, even with using the Stone Age gimmick of a marriage of convenience and a traumatized baby to bring the lead couple together. Though obviously opposites, Holt and Stevie are caring people, who readers will like since both try to do the right thing for Isabelle. However, the infant owns the show as she is unable to allow anyone to reach out to the darkness with love-- that is until her daddy and her new mommy shower her with affection because everybody needs hugs.
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Loved the story. A little far fetched but the writing was great.
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I liked this book! It was cute and a fast read for summer!
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I really liked this book. I could not believe how much the female character reminded me of myself. Now all I need is to find myself a Holt Landen and I'll be set!
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THE BACHELOR
Holt Landen was in trouble. Hed'd been left a six-month-old child he never knew he had, and while he'd attracted plenty of babes in the past, they weere always the kind in high heels and garters. Diapers were disturbingly new, and they called for a plan.
THE BRIDE
Stevie Stedquest had a problem, too. She dispensed parenting advice on a radio talk show, but she didn't have kids. And though she wanted a child of her own, Mr. Right was nowhere on the horizon - only commitment-phobes and womanizers.
THE BABE
Baby Isabelle needed a mother in the worst way. A temporary marriage between her newfound father and Stevie would solve the problem, but they seemed terribly mismatched. Fortunately, Isabelle had two aces up her diaper: Opposites attract, and her daddy wasn't the only babe magnet in the family.
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I really enjoyed this book.