Book Reviews of The Soldier and the Baby (Harlequin American Romance, No 573)

The Soldier and the Baby (Harlequin American Romance, No 573)
The Soldier and the Baby - Harlequin American Romance, No 573
Author: Anne Stuart
ISBN-13: 9780373165735
ISBN-10: 0373165730
Publication Date: 2/1/1995
Pages: 248
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Had he unwittingly fallen for a nun? Rescuing a late army buddy's baby was a last request. Reilly couldn't refuse. But he also found himself rescuing-- and falling for-- his buddy's wife. At least, that's who he thought the stubborn lady trudging behind him in the jungle was...

Novice Carlie Forrest was used to convents, not hard-loving, shirtless soldiers. And while she'd long resisted the temptations of the flesh-- those temptations had never taken male form and slipped inside her sleeping bag! In the jungle, Reilly juggled baby bottles as dexterously as his swearwords, and angelic Carlie fought to maintain her false identity as a grieving widow. But Reilly's every move made Carlie long to experience just on night of passion...

Anne Stuart writes some of the hottest, bad-boy heroes ever. Another keeper!!
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Rescuing a late army buddy's baby was a last request Reilly couldn't refuse. But he also found himself rescuing -- and falling for -- his buddy's wife! At least, that's who he thought the stubborn lady trudging behind him in the jungle was...
Novice Carlie Forrest was used to convents, not hard-loving, shirtless soldiers. And while she'd long resisted the temptations of the flesh -- those temptations had never taken male form and slipped inside her sleeping bag!

In the jungle, Reilly juggled baby bottles as dexterously as his swearwords, and angelic Carlie fought to maintain her false identity as a grieving widow. But Reilly's every move made Carlie long to experience just one night of passion...
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Rescuing a late army buddy's baby was a last request Reilly couldn't refuse. But he also found himself rescuingand falling forhis buddy's wife! At least, that's who he thought the stubborn lady trudging behind him in the jungle was....

Novice Carlie Forrest was used to convents, not hard-loving, shirtless soldiers. And while she had long resisted the temptations of the fleshthose temptations had never taken male form and slipped inside her sleeping bag!

In the jungle, Reilly juggled baby bottles as dexterously as his swearwords, and angelic Carlie fought to maintain her false identity as a grieving widow. But Reilly's every move made Carlie long to experience just one night of passion....
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Reilly's mission is to rescue his late army buddy's wife and baby from a small war torn country in Central America. He finds them in an abandoned convent and begins to lead them through the jungle. Novice Carlie Forrest has lived at the convent for nine years. She poses as the baby's mother in order to get to safety. But she is not sure how safe she is with a man like Reilly.

Entertaining "on the run" trek through the jungle. My rating: 3.5 Stars.