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A Baby for Emily book. 0373244665 (ISBN13: 9780373244669). A native Texan, Ginna lived Ginna sold her first novel in 1983, after winning the Golden Heart Award, given by Romance Writers of America for the best unpublished novel in a category. She has been working as a full-time writer ever since. When she finishes her current contracts, Ginna will have written 33 books.
I'm a longtime fan of Ginna Gray and I've probably read this before, its a sweet romance with a bit of spice - the big Alpha male who is brought to his knees by a woman who knows how to give and just love him.
So glad I did! Love the angst of the hero and that the author does not resolve every issue with happily ever after whitewash. 2 people found this helpful.
Books by Lilian Darcy. The Boss’s Baby Surprise
Books by Lilian Darcy. The Boss’s Baby Surprise Her first book for Silhouette appeared on the Waldenbooks Series Romance Bestsellers list, and she’s hoping readers go on responding strongly to her work.
HAVING HIS BABY Emily Maguire’s gruff-as-granite brother-in-law had . Books related to A BABY FOR EMILY.
HAVING HIS BABY Emily Maguire’s gruff-as-granite brother-in-law had always seemed intimidating and remote .
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They called a special meeting of the Board of Aldermen. A deputation waited upon her, knocked at the door through which no visitor had passed since she ceased giving china-painting lessons eight or ten years earlier. They were admitted by the old Negro into a dim hall from which a stairway mounted into still more shadow.
Emily Maguire's gruff-as-granite brother-in-law had always seemed intimidating and remote. But now that Emily was pregnant, widowed, and humiliated by her late husband, Dillon was suddenly sticking too close for comfort. Why?
Oddly protective of Emily and her in vitro baby-to-be, Dillon used his muscular exterior to serve her Jell-O, to nurse her through morning sickness -- even to become her birthing coach. But what unspoken secret made this rough-hewn male treat her so tenderly? And why did she respond so shamelessly to his raw masculinity? It almost felt as if Dillon was the father of her child...almost as if he loved her!
Silhouette Special Edition #1466, May, 2002.