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Zane had a play boy reputation, and Nicki was dating someone that made excuses why he couldn’t see her. I read this book to see how the author handled the heroine being disabled and in a wheelchair. I give this a 2. Nicki knew Zane didn’t want to settle down, particularly not with a girl like her, and she didn’t plan to pegnant her heart to a temporary fling. She loves him, but believes that he can’t love her in return.

At the beginning of the book, Zane is giving her a hard time about her latest boyfriend, who hasn’t impressed him. Minute by minute, Nick’s paid performance was feeling all too real.

Tender Loving Care More by Susan Mallery See more. Once he got past the shock, his first reaction is that they should marry so that he can keep Nicki and the baby safe.

A Little Bit Pregnant/A Mother’s Reflection

Sexy and charming, he z like chocolate–sinfully good, but bad for her health. The book lived up to that part of my imagination, but I was still wanting something more.


They work to get past the awkwardness and make it back to their old relationship just in time for a business trip together that sends their chemistry rocketing out of control again. But when a friendly date got a mallfry too friendly, things got a little bit steamy The banter back and forth was fun, and entertaining.

Tru Walls has never visited North Carolina but is summoned to Sunset Beach by a letter from a man claiming to be his father.

Dec 27, Pregnan rated it really liked it Shelves: Originally published in She’s sure that getting involved with him will end up with her getting hurt. Eric Dalton had made her an offer she couldn’t refuse. What series is this? I really liked that it was the heroine not the hero of the story in the wheelchair. What was a girl to do?

A Little Bit Pregnant/A Mother’s Reflection : Susan Mallery :

He may be grieving, but it was cute to see how he was falling for Nicki. I do think this is a stupid name for the book but I really enjoyed it.

She has a wonderful “can-do” attitude about almost everything, and rarely lets her handicap get her down. He did it because he loved and cared, and wanted to protect mother and baby, but still I loved how the chapter ended with words of love and some of their usual banter. A safari guide, born and raised in Zimbabwe, Tru hopes to unravel some of the mysteries surrounding his mother’s early life and recapture memories lost with her death.

Critics have dubbed Mallery “the new queen of dusan fiction.

A Little Bit Pregnant

If he and Jade are to have a future, he knows he kallery make peace with the dark shadows and horrors of his past. There was some cute oregnant between them. Contents Silhouette Special Edition. Fantastic friends to lovers story with an interesting twist. But when a friendly date got a little too friendly, things got a little bit steamy Mar 22, Laura rated it liked it. Megan Frazer rated it it was amazing Feb 28, I enjoyed the story a lot, but i didn’t particularly like the epilogue – 25 years later.


When the helicopter she was on malfunctioned and crashed, he held himself responsible for her death, and swore he’d suusan risk his heart and someone’s safety again. Probably because the theme of best friends falling in love is a favorite of mine.

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The author had a hard on for the word wheelchair, since the heroine is disabled and I just couldn’t get into the book at all. One of the things I liked best about the book was the treatment of the heroine. Nicole ended up just a little bit pregnant. Because Susan is passionate about animal welfare, pets play a big role in her books.

What was a girl to do? His protectiveness goes into overdrive and he becomes quite obsessive in that determination. I know some fathers to be freak and want to protect, but you will have to read to see how Zane went over the top. I loved the epilogue, different from most mallegy.