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The Would-Be Mommy Mass Market Paperback – February 9, 2010

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Book 1 of 9 in the Safe Harbor Medical Series

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (February 9, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373752997
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373752997
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.6 x 6.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,809,663 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Writing has always been my passion, and fortunately, I never run short of ideas. As a result, my one hundred published novels cover a range of genres, including Regency romance, science fiction, fantasy, romance, humor and mystery.

Currently, I write the Safe Harbor Medical series for Harlequin American Romance (there's a complete list of the books on my website, jacquelinediamond.com, and you can sign up for my free newsletter there, too).

Because readers respond my medical settings, and because I love plots with twists and surprises, my next project is a series of medical mysteries. I hope you'll check my website (www.jacquelinediamond.com) for updates.

An ongoing project is updating and revising some of my old favorites. It's a thrill to make these books, including a half-dozen traditional Regency romances, available for Kindle readers. To my frustration, Author Central shows old, outdated covers on my ebooks. Please click on the Kindle link to see the new and improved covers to these revised editions, which are published under the K. Loren Wilson imprint.

My contemporary romantic comedies include Daddy M.D.; Designer Genes; Calling All Glass Slippers, Yours, Mine and Ours; The Rancher's Unusual Nanny and my unusual time travel, One Husband Too Many.

One more thing: after teaching more than a hundred writing students, I've put together an ebook called How to Write a Novel in One (Not-so-Easy) Lesson. It's a friendly, down-to-earth approach to writing your novel, your way, and only 99 cents for Kindle readers.

Happy reading!

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Jennifer is the PR director for Safe harbor Medical which is a hospital that’s just finished renovations to make it the leading baby hospital. While Jennifer’s goal is to make sure the press conference goes off without a hitch but her plan for perfect goes up in the air with a young mother shows up wanting to leave her baby with Jennifer to raise her. Waiting in the wings to get the story is Ian a reporter who’s been all over the world. While Jennifer is hesitant to take the baby the young mother is determined it has to be her and after agreeing she knows this little girl will change her life.

As Jennifer falls in love with little Rosalie she knows that she must keep her daughter safe being reminded of the child she lost. She also begins to fall in love with Ian after spending some time but it’s not meant to happen since he’s going to head off to New York for his new assignment. As a secret from her past threatens her future Jennifer will risk it all to save the little girl she loves.

I love Jennifer she’s an honest good person with a good heart who I couldn't help connection with. I wasn't sure how I felt about Ian but as the story progressed I liked him more and more. The story has a interesting selection of characters that I’m hoping may appear in future books from this series.

The Would-Be Mommy is exactly why I love Harlequin novels so much. I was turned on to Harlequins a
s a young teenager a long time ago by my grandmothers. The book has characters you can connect with I couldn’t help feeling Jennifer’s emotional feelings as everything happened. I even felt bad for the McCoy’s like Jennifer did. I love that the book has everything it needs to tell an enchanting story. I really enjoyed the story it was hard to put down.
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By kimlkapsh on September 14, 2013
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THIS BOOK WAS HARD TO PUT DOWN. I READ IT IN LIKE 3 OR 4 DAYS AND REALLY ENJOYED IT
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This book was interesting & well written. It was a great romance book!
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I loved the series. Wished there were more of them.
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