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SEDUCED BY OATMEAL COOKIES? Eligible bachelor Andrew Wiseman knew how to evade commitment-hungry women. He dodged their entreaties with practiced grace, and dallied only with those who knew the rules. He never expected to be ensnared by the smell of brown sugar.... THE TEMPTRESS WITHIN... Mary Frances Parker wanted a baby--and first she needed a husband. Drew had made herSEDUCED BY OATMEAL COOKIES? Eligible bachelor Andrew Wiseman knew how to evade commitment-hungry women. He dodged their entreaties with practiced grace, and dallied only with those who knew the rules. He never expected to be ensnared by the smell of brown sugar.... THE TEMPTRESS WITHIN... Mary Frances Parker wanted a baby--and first she needed a husband. Drew had made her heart flip-flop for years, but she'd seen him avoid the traps set by other females. So she thought up the perfect plan to win him. She'd ask him exactly what he'd like--and make sure she fulfilled every requirement! After all, what wouldn't she do for a baby...and for Drew?...

Title : Before You Get to Baby...
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ISBN : 9780373195831
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 186 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Before You Get to Baby... Reviews

  • Floqueta
    2019-04-11 07:30

    Book sypnosis:Eligible bachelor Andrew Wiseman knew how to evade commitment-hungry women. He dodged their entreaties with practiced grace, and dallied only with those who knew the rules. He never expected to be ensnared by the smell of brown sugar....Mary Frances Parker wanted a baby -- and first she needed a husband. Drew had made her heart flip-flop for years, but she'd seen him avoid the traps set by other females. So she thought up the perfect plan to win him. She'd ask him exactly what he'd like -- and make sure she fulfilled every requirement! After all, what wouldn't she do for a baby...and for Drew?--I cannot say it is a bad book, but unfortunately I don't like when reading a romance to feel sorry for the heroine. The poor woman must go to such lengths to win the man she has ever loved that I find it to be excessive.