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|Length: 351 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Loved it! Once I started reading, I couldn't put it down. Was hoping for a sequel... I wanted to know more and follow the characters.Published 1 month ago by Cheryl Cox
I'm not sure I agreed w/ the reason for their issues, but I enjoyed this book immensely and had a hard time putting it down. Probably because I'm a sucker for happy endings!Published 2 months ago by Diana Crosby
I really liked it, definitely a page turner but very much a beach read. Not super stimulating, but entertaining.Published 3 months ago by Rachel
If I have to listen to this much tedious, self-absorbed angst, someone had better be paying me.Published 3 months ago by Elizabeth in Alabama
Not my favorite of her books. The story line just isn't all that believable.Published 3 months ago by amls
A summer read for our Book Discussion group. It wasn't up to our standards and didn't create much discussion.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this book to read hoping for a feel good book about babies. Being pregnant, I wanted a fun and happy summer read. This book really has nothing to do about babies. Read morePublished 3 months ago by AuburnTiger
Great read for a stay at home mom. I read this in my spare time while on maternity leave. Reading something borrowed and something blue first though.Published 4 months ago by Abbie Frank
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It's not a sequel.
Nov 29, 2007 by K. Reynolds | See all 2 posts
I'm just wondering if your advanced copy is from the survey from the back of Something Borrowed. I did the survey, but i have yet to recieve my copy. Thanks.
Jun 13, 2006 by Katherine C. | See all 3 posts
Me, too. I have read something borrowed and something blue, but am just waiting for the paperback version of this one...
Aug 2, 2006 by Rebekah Bernard | See all 2 posts
I know, it's a little belated, but Ethan just cameos saying how he and his wife enjoy having their twins.
It's really a by-passing thought.
I thoroughly enjoyed "Baby Proof" even though i originally thought it was going to be a third edition to the Ethan/ Darcy/ Rachel/ Dex story. I... Read More
Dec 15, 2008 by Jordyn | See all 5 posts
It should be out next spring - that has been the pattern with Emily's books
Aug 7, 2006 by Sadie | See all 4 posts
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