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A Bouquet of Babies: The Way Home / Family by Fate / Baby on Her Doorstep
A Bouquet of Babies The Way Home / Family by Fate / Baby on Her Doorstep
Author: Paula Detmer Riggs, Stella Bagwell, Linda Howard
ISBN-13: 9780373484058
ISBN-10: 0373484054
Publication Date: 4/1/2000
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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The Way Home - Linda Howard is about a mistress that falls in love with her sugar daddy. He made it clear he wanted to strings attached, so when she finds out that she's pregnant, she's prepared to walk away. Will he change his mind and offer marriage...or just walk away?

Family by Fate - Paula Detmer Riggs was pretty unique. A cop and Eliza share a sizzling weekend at a ski resort. They promise to meet up when they return home. However, Eliza becomes pregnant and the cop questions whether or not its his. She later learns that he's paralyzed from the waist down and in a wheelchair; therefore pretending he wants nothing to do with her. Can he overcome his pride and admit he wants her and his child? The romance part was a bit different..but settles some questions I had if I were in that situation. The characters were credible and the story unusual. I enjoyed this one alot.

Baby on Her Doorstep - Stella Bagwell. An abandoned baby is left on Caroline's doorstep...but meant for her neighbor, the sexy Latino Joe Garcia. SInce she's always wanted a child, and still without a husband, Caroline sets to work on getting Joe to accept both his child and her love. He's never known true love in his lifetime, so it becomes a real challenge. A nice story that was hard for me to put down.
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A BOUQUET OF BABIES is an anthology of three stories.

"The Way Home" by LINDA HOWARD. Anna had to make a decision to either be Saxon Malone's secretary or mistress. Eventually, what she chooses will one day change both their lives in a way Saxon could never foresee. Saxon, hurt by his past, is determined to never marry or get close to anyone - not even Anna. Anna's decision about their future will eventually bring hardhearted Saxon to his knees...

"Family By Fate" by PAULA DETMER RIGGS. ELiza Vargas and Max Savage, total strangers, were on a skiing trip when their paths crossed. They both fell in love, but circumstances separate them for a short while. Something happens that changes Max's life, but ELiza knows that her love can change him for the better.

"Baby On A Doorstep," by STELLA BAGWELL. Caroline Pardee finds a baby on her doorstep by mistake. While she is searching for the father of the baby, she falls in love. The problem is that Joseph Garcia is not as willing as Caroline to be a family.
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This Spring, celebrate the joys of bringing a baby into the world and the power of paaionate love in three delightful stories from three beloved authors.
The way home by Linda Howard / Pregnant beauty Anna Sharp brings hardhearted boss Saxon Malone to his knees with the news that he's about to be a father.

Family by Fate by Paula Detmer Riggs/ Beautiful mom to be Eliza vargas must convince world weary cop Max Savage that their baby on the way is the beginning of a lifetime of love.

Baby on her doorstep by Stella Bagwell/ Though the baby had been left on Caroline Pardee's doorstep by mistake, sweet Caroline knows she and surprised new dad joseph Garcia were meant to be a family.
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I've always loved Linda Howard's books, she's one of my favorite authors. The other stories are good, too.