- File Size: 2603 KB
- Print Length: 1644 pages
- Publisher: Chill Out! (August 3, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073RR3PW8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,432 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Unforgettable Heroes - Unforgettable Passion (The Unforgettables Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Where do I even begin with this book. I so so so enjoyed it. It had me all over the place with my emotions. One minute my heart is breaking right along side the characters and then in the next I can seen the mending of hearts. This book is a little on the long side but to be honest I could not imagine any portion of the book missing. It was amazing. I truly had a hard time not putting life to the side to finish this book. The characters may be rich and famous but they are just like you and me and the story made you truly feel like you were connecting with friends. I can't say that there was really anything I didn't like about the book. I enjoyed Lily and Stacey's role in the book and how even the small part they had such and impact on the story as a whole. I felt the same way about baby Piper. I loved the raw emotion the author wrote in the book and the storyline was fun to follow. I would say while I did enjoy this book hands down this book is not for all readers as it does contain some strong language, while it is very small amount I just feel the need to warn my readers. Other wise go grab this book because you will not be disappointed.
"Babies in the Bargain" Displays Three Areas of Excellence:
1. Very Strong Emotional writing.
2. An all pervasive centrality of the romantic relationship.
3. A high level of medical expertise essential to the plot.
In short "Babies in the Bargain" has everything I like to see in a medical romance but often don't see. The author, Mona Risk, has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and a daughter who is a Neonatologist. For years my wife served in the local NeoNao department and would often come home with dramatic stories that would later make the TV news. This is a wonderful setting for a romance story. The medical elements are very realistic and they are also essential to the plot. I don't like it when medical terminology is used simply because the story is a medical romance.
I also appreciate that the romantic relationship between the hero doctor and heroine doctor is as pervasive as I've ever seen in a romance. When the hero and heroine are not interacting, they are still thinking about each other and the relationship. If you like the romantic part of a romance, then "Babies in the Bargain" can't be beat.
"Babies in the Bargain" could serve as an object lesson on how to `show' and not `tell' a story. You know exactly what the characters are feeling at all times and for the most part you feel it along with them. It's a great read.
The heroine is a doctor who is working to get board certified in neonatology. The hero is a respected anesthesiologist who had an affair with the heroine seven years earlier. When a family emergency took the hero away to Puerto Rico he seemed to have abandoned her. She has always loved him and now he has come back into her life by moving back to town. When his brother and sister-in-law are killed he is left with a premature baby that he must raise. Of course, the hero is in need of a mother and he thinks the heroine is the perfect candidate.
BTW: I purchased this book when it was offered as a stand alone romance. I can't believe what a fantastic value this whole collection is. I'd buy this collection for Mona's book alone. This is an ideal chance to sample many other fine authors' work.