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Baby, I'm Back! (Return to Redemption, Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Length: 234 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"A humorous love story with a wonderful array of characters dealing with real day-to-day issues." RT Book Reviews

About the Author

Laurie Kellogg is a two-time winner and seven-time nominee for the Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® award, the winner of Pacific Northwest Writers Association® Zola award, and a Romantic Times® American Title I finalist. She began writing to avoid housework and has since resorted to naming the dust-bunnies multiplying as fast as real rabbits while she plots love stories that are Steamy, Heartwarming, Romantic Fun! Laurie also writes red-hot romantic comedies under L.L. Kellogg, which she's branded as A Little Naughty and a Lot of Fun!

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  • File Size: 2718 KB
  • Print Length: 234 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: LK Books (November 25, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 25, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008KE83IO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,711 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Laurie Kellogg is a 2X winner and 7X nominee for the Romance Writers of America® Golden Heart® award and the winner of Pacific Northwest Writers Association® Zola award. Her debut novel, The Memory of You, was a Romantic Times® American Title I finalist and chosen as one of the Top 5 Best Indie Romances in 2012 by The Kindle Book Review.

Laurie pens Steamy, Heartwarming Fun love stories, while her alter ego, L.L. Kellogg, writes red-hot romantic comedies that are A Little Naughty and a Lot of Fun! To learn more, visit www.LaurieKellogg.com

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 15, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I was THRILLED to see another book by Laurie Kellogg! And equally thrilled to enjoy the read once again.

This time, Ms. Kellogg has her hero and heroine stuck in a Mars versus Venus situation, only with stakes that are MUCH higher than who holds the TV remote control. In The Great Bedroom War, the hero and heroine divorce because of an impasse in the bedroom involving TWO life and death situations. (I don't want to give too much away, but just know that the battle lines in their bedroom weren't drawn simply because they disagreed on its paint color.) Their journey to remarriage includes all the elements I've come to expect from Ms. Kellogg. It's funny, sexy, and -- most importantly -- incredibly touching.

Being female, I really related to Samantha, the heroine, and her challenges, but I absolutely LOVED Nick, the hero! Every woman should have a man love her as much as Nick loves Samantha. Communication definitely isn't his strongpoint, unfortunately, but that's very typical of some flesh-and-blood men, too, and it just makes Nick all the more realistic, and thus lovable, in my opinion.

Along with Nick and Samantha, The Great Bedroom War has a wonderful cast of characters that includes their teenage daughter and her friends, as well as Nick and Samantha's friends and neighbors, both old and new, including ANOTHER of Ms. Kellogg's fabulous heroes -- Jake Manion from A Little Bit Of Deja Vu. (I love revisiting old "friends.")

Despite its serious plot, The Great Bedroom War was a quick read with snappy dialogue, the perfect book for the beach or poolside. Laurie Kellogg's The Memory Of You still remains my favorite book from her Redemption series, but I enjoyed this one, too, and have already recommended it to many of my friends.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Ben Jean on March 7, 2013
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I got this book as a freebie thru the bookbub app. After reading this book I'm glad I didn't pay anything for it. I was under the impression that it was going to be a great story based on all the 4/5 star reviews. I must have had blinders on because I had to force myself to finish the book in hopes it was going to get good.

The main character Sam starts off as an okay character, a little guarded and humorless, and somewhat one dimensional. Toward the end of the book I just felt all she was doing was crying poor me. It's safe to say if she were real we would not be friends.

The husband, who is CLEARLY a Latino man is nothing more than a typical guy...nothing special. I felt forced to swallow the almost constant feed of a cultural reminder that he's Latino and they all have pride for their family....except for his sperm donor to his mother. Ridiculous.

The scenes between these two are all primarily about poorly attempted sexual comments about his wiener, el captain. when they do finally come together it again feels forced, cold and boring. Nothing to light my fire by that's for sure....I'm not even talking sexual fire, more like a general 'aww how sweet is that' type of fire.

The daughter character seems like any other hormonal teen. Again nothing too special to make her her own character. She's just tossed to the side between all the other characters. There is one scene between Dani and her wanna-be boyfriend where they are talking about a homemade video of his recent gig.... the boyfriend says "Bethany uploaded the clip to several video hosting sites late last-night without telling me"...I actually snorted, not because it was funny, but because I have NEVER heard a teenager talk like this, I so badly want the conversation to sound realistic.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By SomeBooksAreWorthIt on July 10, 2013
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This book was a great bore. I'm sorry to the author who probably spent a lot of time on this but there were too many story lines to follow. I lost track of who was pregnant with who's baby, who was getting married, divorced or dying. And I didn't find it at all steamy like the other chick lit books I read. It took me so long to read this book due to the unattraction I felt to the male character. I don't know if it's my taste in men or how annoying this character seemed. The whole premise of "latino pride", naming his male parts and the cheesey sexual innuendos just threw me off. There were no "moments" for me in this book- just torture. I think the only character I minded reading about was Sam and Nicks daughter Dani. I was interested in her illness and how she was going to progress.

If you want to read a book about a couple that gets divorced after 14 years of marriage due to horrible communication skills- go ahead. If you're looking for a book with steamy hot men and love scenes- go somewhere else.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By E. A. Walls on July 25, 2012
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Another wonderful read by Laurie Kellogg. "The Great Bedroom War" tells a heart-warming, often heart-wrenching story of Nick and Samantha, a couple who--while their love has endured fifteen years--their marriage hasn't. Unable to let go of each other, Nick and Sam are thrown back together thanks to the angst of their teen daughter and find the assumptions they've made about one another throughout their marriage were often times the wrong ones, even though they know each other quite well. In a nutshell, "The Great Bedroom War" tells a story where love may not conquer all, but being committed to that love, does.
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