Book Reviews of The Ladies' Man (Positively Pregnant, Bk 2) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1778)

The Ladies' Man (Positively Pregnant, Bk 2) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1778)
The Ladies' Man - Positively Pregnant, Bk 2 - Silhouette Special Edition, No 1778
Author: Susan Mallery
ISBN-13: 9780373247783
ISBN-10: 0373247788
Publication Date: 9/1/2006
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 54 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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part of Susan Mallery's "positively pregnant" series...

This book is about the fall-out, when a kindergarden teacher has a one night stand and discovers she is pregnant. The hero is charming and funny and some of the scenes with his family had me laughing. A sweet story with hot love scenes!
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She'd resolved to "act more sophisticated" and "get out more." But the rumpled bedding, the coffee brewed by other hands and The Note reminded Racheal Harper that she's done something completely out of character. She'd brought a man home from a bar.

And aparently made a baby.

She'd been nervous to tell Carter Brockett the news. Oh,she felt strangley safe with him despite his dangerous looks. Worse, she liked him. But what must he think of the native schoolteacher who's lost control and gotten herself knocked up? After all, the man had a legion of exes who'd been unable to snare a commitment, and here she had a foever-binding one!

Then she remembered. He'd lost control, too...
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She'd resolved to "act more sophisticated" and "get out more." But the rumpled bedding, the coffee brewed by other hands and The Note reminded Racheal Harper that she's done something completely out of character. She'd brought a man home from a bar.

And aparently made a baby.

She'd been nervous to tell Carter Brockett the news. Oh,she felt strangley safe with him despite his dangerous looks. Worse, she liked him. But what must he think of the native schoolteacher who's lost control and gotten herself knocked up? After all, the man had a legion of exes who'd been unable to snare a commitment, and here she had a foever-binding one!

Then she remembered. He'd lost control, too...
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Interesting storyline. She'd resolved to "act more sophisticated" and "get out more." But the rumpled bedding, the coffee brewed by other hands and The Note reminded Rachel Harper that she'd done something completely out of character. She'd brought a man home from a bar.

And apparently made a baby.

She'd been nervous to tell Carter Brockett the news. Oh she felt strangely safe with him despite his dangerous looks. Worse, she liked him. But what must he think of the naive schoolteacher who'd lost control and gotten herself knocked up? After all, the man had a legion of exes who'd been unable to snare a commitment, and here she ha da forever-binding one!

Then she'd remembered. He'd lost control, too...

2nd in the Positive Pregnant Trilogy by Mallery
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This is a quick read. Very cute and entertaining.
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Book 2 in the Positively Pregnant series.

She'd resolved to "act more sophisticated" and "get out more." But the rumpled bedding, the coffee brewed by other hands and The Note reminded Rachel Harper that she'd done something completely out of character. She'd brought a man home from a bar.

And apparently made a baby.

She'd been nervous to tell Carter Brockett the news. Oh, she felt strangely safe with him despite his dangerous looks. Worse, she liked him. But what must he think of the naive schoolteacher who'd lost control and gotten herself knocked up? After all, the man had a legion of exes who'd been unable to snare a commitment, and here she had a forever-binding one!

Then she remembered. He'd lost control, too.
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I loved this book!
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Great book,read it in one sitting.
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Another great story by Susan Mallery.