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Baby, Baby
Baby Baby
Author: Kylie Adams
ISBN-13: 9780821769393
ISBN-10: 0821769391
Publication Date: 8/1/2002
Pages: 318
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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4 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

izzyabbysmom2006 avatar reviewed Baby, Baby on + 63 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
I was not crazy about this book. I found the main character to be shallow. Everytime she had a problem she was popping various perscription meds. Tatiana's BFF was annoying. The hero was pretty hot, but I found myself wondering what he saw in the heroine.
Skip it, it's so not worth the credit.
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This is the first time I have read this author and will look for other books by her. It was a fun book to read, great main charactors. The reviews were varied but I enjoyed the writing and the story.

Self-absorbed and selfish Tatiana Fox has to change her priorities quick when her husband leaves her for another man and the single mother of twins. When her nanny quits, Tatiana is ready to scream. Then she meets Jack Thorpe on her way to read a script for a movie that is supposed to take her to the big time.
Jack Thorpe has lost everything. As a world famous soccer player, Jack was noticed everywhere. He partied hard and lived fast, until the day he injured his knee and was out of the game for good. Then he finds out that he lost all his money and is talked into doing a reading for Sin by Sin, the same movie that Tatiana is reading for.
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B- movie queen Tatiana Fox has landed a bona fide blockbuster. But, first she must find a new nanny for her twins. Enter Jack Thorpe, and Aussie ex-soccer star. He respects Tatiana, adores the twins and needs the money. What could possibly go wrong.......
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This book is a keeper but I'm running out of room. Delightful, funny and heartwarming.