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eBook Texas Baby ePub

by Kathleen O'Brien

  • ISBN: 0373714416
  • Category: United States
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Kathleen O'Brien
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin Superromance; Original edition (September 11, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1136 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1428 kb
  • Other: azw lit mbr rtf
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 301




Kathleen O’Brien is a former feature writer and TV critic who’s written more than 35 novels. Though her books range from warmly witty to suspenseful, they all focus on strong characters and thrilling romantic relationships. She’s a five-time finalist for the RWA Rita award and a multiple nominee for the Romantic Times awards. They reflect her deep love of family, home and community, and her empathy for the challenges faced by women as they juggle today's complex lives.

The "father-to-be" was the most astonished of all, since he'd never laid eyes on lovely Josie Whitford, much less taken her to bed.

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Автор:Kathleen O'Brien. They reminded Josie of the last plate sheâ?™d carried to the kitchen, prune juice splashed into the remnants of over-easy eggs. For a minute, just remembering, she thought she might get sick.

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Clayton Creek ranch was the scene of a Texas-sizedengagement party—until a gate-crasher stunned everyonewith the news she was pregnant with Chase Clayton IV'schild. The "father-to-be" was the most astonished of all,since he'd never laid eyes on lovely Josie Whitford,much less taken her to bed.But he didn't have the heart to blame Josie for ruining theparty or embarrassing his fiancée—not after he realizedshe'd been tricked by a callous impostor. Now, workingwith Josie to track down the man using his name, Chasetries to ignore a new and even more shocking suspicion:Was he about to marry the wrong woman?


Neol Neol
While the copyright says 2007 ; the book has a dated feel.

The storyline was interesting; Chase and Josie falling in love was very well woven thru'.

Good read.
Nicearad Nicearad
I love everything about this book but one thing and that is the fact that there wasn't more about the baby and u don't find out the gender or it's name. If I could I would have everybody I know read this book it can be read by anyone this is nothing inappropriate about it except for a few steamy kisses. And I from what I have said u can see why I gave it such a high rating
Fordrellador Fordrellador
Josie Whitford is a 25-year-old young woman who is working as a waitress to pay for her college education. While on shift at the restaurant, an interesting man begins a daily visit and Josie agrees to go out with him and they end up spending a month living together before he quietly disappeared. His name is Chase Clayton IV and his parting gift to her will be unwrapped in 9 months. She is on the hunt for him as she needs his emotional and financial support for their baby. .

Chase Clayton IV, a handsome, sexy ranch owner and horse breeder was at his own engagement party when an uninvited guest crashes into his home. She loses consciousness but manages to say she is pregnant with Chase's child. He has never seen her before and has no idea what kind of scam she is running. When Josie comes to, she realizes this is not the Chase Clayton she had been involved with and apologizes.

Chase Clayton is engaged to marry Sue, the girl next door. It is a business deal that is a loveless marriage of convenience and they will divorce after one-year. This is the only way Sue can gain control over her dead grandfather's ranch. She and Chase have been best friends all of their lives but there is no love or intimacy involved in their relationship.

Chase realizes that Josie has been tricked and his identity claimed by another. He insists Josie remain at his home to recuperate and partner with him to find the imposter. What he doesn't expect is to have such strong feelings for her when his wedding is only a month away.

I highly recommend this book. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
Xtintisha Xtintisha
Good clean reading
Camper Camper
Rating: 4.0 stars. _G-Rated. Minimal sexual content, none graphic.
Note: Stand alone read.

GOOD READ. Well written, engaging storyline, strong characters, good secondary cast, and an appealing, gentle romance. HOWEVER, there are several significant errors and inconsistencies, for example, the timeline doesn't work, while horses are not colorblind they do not see the color red, and for the heroine to carelessly jumps into bed with someone she does NOT love, expects no future, and takes no pregnancy precautions, doesn't fit her persona. Fortunately, the characters are so appealing and the storyline so charming, these issues detract little.

THE STORY follows pregnant waitress, Josie Whitford, as she literally crashes the engagement party of Chase Clayton IV and fiancé, Susannah. Josie is sick, exhausted, and hoping to gain child support from her unborn child's father, Chase Clayton. That is, until they meet face-to-face and both realize she has been the victim of a cruel deception. Outraged that someone is scamming others using his name and reputation, Clayton offers her rest and refuge at his ranch while she helps him find the coldhearted pretender. Spending time together a sweet romance develops, but there are obstacles they must face if they are to have a future together.

OVERALL. Touching story, with strong, complex characters. An enjoyable read.

You may also enjoy the complex characters and storytelling of N. Bruhns, A. Stuart, and E. Palfrey. For sweet, funny, heart touching romances with great descriptive imagery, try Susan Fox, or Cara Colter.
Nargas Nargas
Terrible cover art, excellent novel. You must have a scene where the heroine faints and is carried by the hero, and this one actually has a good excuse (which I won't give away here). The trio of friends the heroine party-crashes have a history as complex and realistic as any, and the bride's relationship with her younger rebellious sister is worthy of a novel all it's own. The scandal of the first chapter is nicely cleared up, rather than milked through the entire book, with issues of dependence, forgiveness, revenge, and responsibility vs. kindness, providing the necessary conflict.