Book Reviews of The Secret Baby (Babies & Bachelors USA: Maine)

The Secret Baby (Babies & Bachelors USA: Maine)
The Secret Baby - Babies & Bachelors USA: Maine
Author: Amy Frazier
ISBN-13: 9780373822676
ISBN-10: 0373822677
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 2.7/5 Stars.
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2.7 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed The Secret Baby (Babies & Bachelors USA: Maine) on + 39 more book reviews
Light, quick read. If you're in the mood for fluff, this is a great book.
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When Meg Roberts returned to town, rugged outdoorsman Dante Nichelini knew heartbreak was on the horizion. He'd loved Meg from afar for years and finally had the chance to show it. But trouble loomed, because the spunky single mom was convienced her son had a twin, a baby taken from Meg at birth a child she was told never exsisted. And Dante was the only man that could help her. But for what price? For past secrets were threating to shatter the happiness that he and Meg had found..
reviewed The Secret Baby (Babies & Bachelors USA: Maine) on
ISBN 0373822677 - Nothing special, but romance fans will probably enjoy it.

More than a decade ago, Meg Roberts was a pregnant teenager in a small town. As a local who'd gotten pregnant with one of the towns richer summer visitors, Meg was the talk of the town. That, and the fact that the father seemed to have deserted her, led her to leave her hometown behind. With her child, Meg went on with her life, while her father remained in the home she'd grown up in. Her father, however, isn't the one she left behind that she can't stop thinking about.

Now, with a teenage son, Meg is back in town. A renter occupies the cottage behind their house and they meet him almost as soon as they arrive. What Meg doesn't know is that she's met him before, or that he's loved her for a very long time. She's also unaware that he has the answer to the one thing that she's never been able to forget about. Meg is sure that when her son was born, there was a second child - and that child was stolen! Coming home and putting up with the stares and the talk is worth it, if she can find her son's twin.

Pretty standard romance stuff; not bad, not great, just average.

- AnnaLovesBooks