- File Size: 403 KB
- Print Length: 192 pages
- Publisher: Harlequin Medical Romances (April 1, 2013)
- Publication Date: April 1, 2013
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BNRHIPO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #748,056 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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One Tiny Miracle... Kindle Edition
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Celeste's parents quit speaking to her when they found out she was pregnant. She found out that her boyfriend was married the week before she found out she was pregnant and he wanted nothing to do with her after that, nor she him. She's barely making ends meet and she's developing some problems with her pregnancy that may cause her to stop working earlier than planned, leaving her short of funds. Having Ben for a friend is a real bright spot in her life.
The story is well written and character driven. Both Ben and Celeste are very engaging and likeable people, and the unfolding of their relationship is interesting as they both have their issues. As a nurse, I enjoy reading a well written medical romance and this one has it's facts straight! : ) The Australian "isms" are fun to read as an American, though I sometimes have to think about the terms for a bit before I come up with the US equivalent. Altogether, a fun, warm and enjoyable light read.
Heat factor moderate.
Ben and Celeste are neighbors and he becomes aware that she is not taking good care of herself and is exhausted. He becomes her friend and they often eat together, relax watching movies or TV and enjoying each other's company. Ben is not looking for a relationship and is still suffering from the loss of his wife and unborn child from four years earlier. He is attracted to the straight-forward Celeste, but can't get past the ghosts from his past. Will he find a way to get past his hang-ups or will he lose Celeste and Willow, One Tiny Miracle?
He meets out heroine and immediately there is a connection first as friends then as more. And no matter how hard his brain tells him to walk away or pull away from her. He just couldn't.
Our heroine is young and has been taken advantage of and left alone. Cut off from her family because she chooses to keep her unborn child. So she is struggling but she stays strong.
When she meets our hero she knows he's the one but she won't settle for less than love for her and her child.
So the emotional roller coaster ride begins and we follow their love story.
I really did enjoy this book and even thou it was free it is a story I would have gladly paid for. I will be looking up more books from this author.
The setting is an emergency room where the hero is a doctor and the heroine is a pregnant nurse. The hero has an aversion to babies but feels drawn to the heroine. He keeps pushing her away because of her baby and was stuck with a one-track mind of avoiding babies. Kind of hard since he's a doctor and she's always in need of medical care, first for her and later for her baby.
The premise of the story was interesting, if not a bit predictable, but the emotions did not run deep enough for me. The right words were said, actions taken, love scene drawn out, and the subsequent misunderstanding and breakup were all well placed and scripted including the sudden change of heart. But I had trouble feeling the tension and angst and couldn't get into the characters because the point of view wasn't deep enough. I still recommend this book as a quick read and entertaining for people used to the Emergency room. And of course the baby is the shining star and reward for reading.
I found neither character believable however, the male was written in a manner that made him seem more female. To the point I checked a couple times to see whose POV I was reading.
It wasn't the inspirational romance I thought it would be. I ended up deleting it , was very glad it was free.