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About the Author
MJ Fredrick knows about chasing dreams. Twelve years after she completed her first novel, she signed her first publishing contract. Now she divides her days between teaching elementary music, and diving into her own writing--traveling everywhere in her mind, from Belize to Honduras to Africa to the past. She's a four-time Golden Heart Award finalist, and she won the 2009 Eppie Award with Hot Shot and the 2010 Eppie with Breaking Daylight.
I am not sure why I decided to buy this book - I think the synopsis piqued my interest. I mean, who falls in love with a pregnant woman!? Bailey is pregnant when the story opens. She has decided to be a surrogate for her brother and his partner. While she is dealing with morning sickness and other related symptoms, she meets Rick, the new bartender she's hired. What follows is the improbable story of the two of them falling for each other. Bailey has issues, though! She doesn't want to want Rick. But Rick has other ideas. I really enjoyed this. Not very steamy if that is what you're looking for. The secondary characters are nicely drawn. A cute, quick and very enjoyable read.
This is a light, sweet read...but it's quite predictable. There really isn't anything new or exciting about the story. Having said that, the characters are enjoyable and it's a fairly fast-paced storyline.
Loved the hero's kind heart, easy grin and sexy personality! The heroine was strong, flawed and absolutely believable. This was a beautiful story about family, love and opening yourself to true love. Fabulous story and definite recommend!
What I liked about this was the two main characters meet early within the first chapter. I hate when you have to read 5 chapters before the plot of the story really begins. That said, this was a witty, sometimes emotional, enjoyable story to read. It was quite captivating from the description and throughout the story. I enjoyed it.