Book Reviews of Court Me, Cowboy (Baby to Be) (Harlequin American Romance, No 1140)

Court Me, Cowboy (Baby to Be) (Harlequin American Romance, No 1140)
Court Me Cowboy - Baby to Be - Harlequin American Romance, No 1140
Author: Barbara White Daille
ISBN-13: 9780373751440
ISBN-10: 0373751443
Publication Date: 11/7/2006
Pages: 256
Rating:
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3.4 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Gabe Miller's marriage ended in divorce in three weeks. That is why he couldn't believe his eyes when his "ex" drove up about three months later and said they were still husband and wife and expecting a baby.
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Three weeks. Gabe Miller's marriage ended in divorce so fast it hard hardly begun. Which is why he couldn't quite believe his luck--or his "ex"--when she returned a few months later with the news that legally they were still husband and wife. And that the child she was carrying was his son.

It looked as if Melissa might bolt again, making acustody battle his only option--unless he could turn back the clock and woo her the way he should have during hteir whirlwind affair. But even with the boy's future at stake, mending fences with a woman--especially the one he loved--wasn't something the strong, silent type found easy to do...
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a couple trys to reconcile after a very brief marriage, once she returns home with news of her pregnancy
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THREE WEEKS, GABE MILLER'S MARRIAGE ENDED IN DIVORCE SO FAST IT HAD HARDLY BEGUN.WHICH IS WHY HE COULDN'T QUITE BELIEVE HIS LUCK-OR HIS "EX'-WHEN SHE RETURNED A FEW MONTHS LATER WITH THE NEWS THAT LEGALLY THEY WERE STILL MARRIED AND THAT THE CHILD SHE WAS CARRYING WAS HIS SON.
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Three weeks. Gabe Miller's marriage ended in divorce so fast it hard hardly begun. Which is why he couldn't quite believe his luck--or his "ex"--when she returned a few months later with the news that legally they were still husband and wife. And that the child she was carrying was his son.

It looked as if Melissa might bolt again, making acustody battle his only option--unless he could turn back the clock and woo her the way he should have during hteir whirlwind affair. But even with the boy's future at stake, mending fences with a woman--especially the one he loved--wasn't something the strong, silent type found easy to do...
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Gabe Miller's marriage ended in three weeks with his wife driving out of his life almost as fast as she had driven into it. A whirlwind wedding without a courtship-- a whirlwind marriage over before it had really started. A whirlwind dirvorce...only the divorce wasn't quite a divorce. And Melissa was quite pregnant. And it didn't take a genius to realize that if he wanted to keep the wife he still loved, Gabe had better figure out this "courting stuff" -- right quick.