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Jack was a good guy, a little demanding but he had a tragedy happen to him and that was understandable. I couldn't connect with his character for some reason; maybe the author did too good of a job making him standoffish. But then comes Grace who was a pain in the butt after finding out that the baby she carried wasn't her deceased husbands. But what made me completely dislike her character was how obsessive she became with adopting her deceased husbands child and then wanting to raise them as fraternal twins and not telling them the that they're not brothers at all. Grace talked about the other implications of Susan raising him but why wouldn't she think that baby Marc would grow up to hate her for hiding the fact that he's not really her son since that type of secret will eventually get out.
And then there's Susan. Who still allows the woman that killed her nephew into her house & stay there. Sam, her husband just wanted to take care of his sons and provide for them. But the way they were arguing made it seem as though that divorce is on the horizon and Sam was going to have a story
Overall it was a mediocre book but it was free so can't really complain.
I was especially upset with the birth related stuff (I've been a birth and lactation professional for years so maybe that why) but some of it was so far fetched, like the fact that he was a sperm donor he could dictate to her where she will have the baby and that he demands to be there to watch the baby born even against her wishes and legally she couldn't stop him if he had joint custody, uhh...yes she can! Also the fact that her midwife, who conveniently we stop hearing about after a while, completely ignored her wishes when she said she didn't want Jack present for her exams or labor, and even talked to Jack about Grace's care as if she weren't even in the room. Even told Grace when she was adamant that she didn't want him there to get used to the fact that he will be. If I had a midwife (and I absolutely love midwives) like that, I would be quickly looking for another one. The fact that she could change birth locations by just saying so, the plane incident was ridiculous and all of the drama that took place at the hospital especially after both babies were born just annoyed me.
The heroine became whiny, inconsiderate about Sam's feelings with dealing with his dying son and her constant demands about his and Susan's baby and at some point she was being creepily obsessive about baby Marc (even if Sam's wife was a capital B) was just too much! I haven't even finished the book and I want it to end! the sexual thoughts and innuendoes were so inappropriately placed sometimes. Your brother's on the verge of a nervous break down, and he is talking to you about what to do about his borderline psychotic wife, new baby on the way that's not his but he wants to raise, and his dying 3 year old that the baby they hoped would be a blood match isn't, and what is Jack thinking about that whole time? Wondering if Grace would love his circumcised penis over her dead husbands uncircumcised one. Are you serious?!?
I would so love to check out the other books in the series because they got such great reviews. But then again so did this one...