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That's My Baby (Harlequin Promo)
That's My Baby - Harlequin Promo
Author: Vicki Lewis Thompson
ISBN-13: 9780373834389
ISBN-10: 0373834381
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 304
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Sory of two people who are in love but at different places at different times in their lives - good read - lots of surprises
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"An intrepid cowboy bravely ventures in where he's never been before-the NURSERY! (and discovers he likes it there)"
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A satisfying end to the series
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Three cowboys and a baby.
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When Jessica Franklin started hinting that she wanted to get married, Nat Grady decided to get out of town quickly. He just wasn't ready to make a commitment. Now, a year and a half later, Nat is back and wants to get back together with Jessica. But when Jess tells him that she had his baby last year, he has second thoughts. He's not ready for a child. Jess also mentions that she is being stalked and left the baby with their friends in Colorado. So, Nat and Jess hit the road to retrieve the baby and figure out who is stalking Jess.

This book is the conclusion to Thompson's Three Cowboys and a Baby series. I thought it had one of the dumbest plots I've read in a long time. Jessica knows someone is following her. She can "feel" it. She doesn't report it to the police. Instead she dumps her two-month-old child on some friends without an explanation, and uses her savings to run around the world in various disguises, hoping to give her stalker the slip. Months later, she discovers that Nat is finally back in the country, so she tracks him down and tells him what is going on. Nat is only worried about getting Jess into bed as quickly as possible. He doesn't know if he's ready to be a father, but he loves Jess and knows she should have the baby with her. UGH! Take a pass on this book. My rating: 1.5 Stars.
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The conclusion to Vicki Lewis Thompson's miniseries Three Cowboys & A Baby