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A good read
on December 6, 2013
Katie's biological clock was ticking and she wanted to have a baby. She lived in a very small town in a rural area that didn't give her many prospects for a potential biological father. She considered using a sperm back until ex-military loner Jeremiah moved to town and began to frequent the diner where she worked. Jeremiah seemed like the best prospect in the small town.
Jeremiah thought that he could put her off by insisting that the only way he would agree to be the biological father of her child was to go about making a baby the old fashioned way. Katie shocked him by agreeing to the terms he thought would put her off of the idea of him being the biological father of her child.
While they set out on the process of trying to conceive a child, Jeremiah was unexpectedly considerate, sensitive to Katie and kind. This was surprising given that he presented himself to be such a loner. Jeremiah was surprised by his protective response to Katie. In their baby making quest they ended up making a relationship too.
This was kind of a sweet story. I enjoyed Jeremiah's treatment of Katie and I enjoyed reading this book.