Book Reviews of Beach Baby (A Little Secret) (Harlequin Superromance, No 1364) (Larger Print)

Beach Baby (A Little Secret) (Harlequin Superromance, No 1364) (Larger Print)
Beach Baby - A Little Secret - Harlequin Superromance, No 1364 - Larger Print
Author: Joan Kilby
ISBN-13: 9780373781096
ISBN-10: 0373781091
Publication Date: 8/8/2006
Pages: 384
Edition: Larger Pri
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed Beach Baby (A Little Secret) (Harlequin Superromance, No 1364) (Larger Print) on + 71 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
What does it take to become a family?
Nina Kennedy has a full life, but she's always regretted giving her daughter up for adoption and losing REid Robertson,her first love. Now her grown daughter has foundher-with her own baby girl in tow--and Nina must face Reid again.
Nina and Reid are determined to be there for their new family.But spending so much time together brings back a lot of complicated feelings.And complicated is not something Reid , a widower with another daughter , needs.Are Nina and Reid just dredging up the past...or are they actually making a future?
reviewed Beach Baby (A Little Secret) (Harlequin Superromance, No 1364) (Larger Print) on + 8 more book reviews
Cute story, but not too cute. Worth reading on a rainy day.
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Enjoyed this book, good reading.
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Because she was adopted by friends of his family, author Reid Robertson has always had contact with Amy, the daughter he and his ex-girlfriend, Nina Kennerly, gave up for adoption nearly 20 years earlier, even if she doesn't know who he is. But when she shows up on his doorstep with a daughter of her own, wanting to know who her birth parents are, he winds up with Nina back in his life. Joan Kilby's Beach Baby (3) is a nice story about a couple getting a second chance at love. But the plot suffers because it lacks emotional reality. Readers may find it hard to believe that Nina will forgive Reid so easily for not telling her who adopted their daughter, and Amy seems to get over any anger too quickly.
Alexandra Kay (romantictimes.com)