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  • Great Read!

    This is the second book in this series, and it is such a sweet and very heart-warming story. Jace and Maeve were great main characters. I loved them together and I love their story. They became friends and they were not looking for love. Both came to start a new path in their lives. I loved the progression in this book from the beginning to the end. You add in all the side characters and Jace’s daughter and you have yourself a very enjoyable book. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Maeve's Baby

    Maeve and Jace’s story in Maeve’s Baby by Fiona McArthur, book two in the Outback Brides Return series is a tale filled with emotions, friends, and healing. After being dumped by a doctor who only wanted her as a glorified nanny for his kids, Midwife Maeve McGill left her job to take a position at a clinic in Wirralong. Maeve is determine to enjoy her new life; especially with the help of her friend Lacey. Doctor Jace Bronson is a widow with a young daughter who temporarily moved to Wirralong to cover for a friend on paternity leave. From the moment he met Maeve, Jace knew they shared an unexpected connection. They decide to keep their relationship professional as Maeve wants to avoid heartbreak and Jace wants to prevent his daughter from falling under Maeve’s warm and caring spell; like he has. These two had good intentions, but chemistry and the magic of Wirralong has a way of bringing two wounded souls together to not only heal but to also fall in love Ms McArthur wrote a wonderful, sweet and emotional story that is definitely not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with chemistry, fun banter, and charming characters giving Maeve and Jace a chance to heal their wounded hearts, a supportive community, and a forever love. I highly recommend Maeve’s Baby to other readers and look forward to the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

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  • A great addition to this series

    Once again we have returned to Wirralong and once gain it is spreading its charm. Somehow all the woman that arrive in Wirralong find the perfect man for them and Meave is no exception Meave McGill is a very talented midwife she can deliver just about any baby but she is fairly sure she will never have a baby of her own after all she has really bad taste in men for example her last boyfriend a doctor actually only wanted her so she could care for his children not the life she wanted. So she has packed up her bags and come to work at the clinic in Wirralong There she meets Dr Jace Bronson he is everything she could want in a man but he is only at Wirralong for a while and doesn't want his daughter getting attached and then ripping her away from Meave so they decide to only have a business relationship Somehow that doesn't work and soon they are falling in love but can they have a future You will have to read to see

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  • Maeve's Baby

    A deeply emotional tale of two wounded hearts that find their HEA. Midwife, Maeve and Dr. Jace both are new to the medical community of Wirralong. They have broken hearts from previous heartbreaks, but will soon learn to trust each other find their HEA. I loved this sweet romance full of emotion, banter and love. A great small community with great friendships and the importance of family. I had a hard time putting this book down, I highly recommend.

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  • Sweet Romance

    I am liking this new series which seems to all feature babies. Maeve's Baby (Outback Brides Return to Wirralong #2) is not at all what the name implies. Fiona McArthur takes one thought of comment in the latter part of the story to give this book its name. Pretty creative since it encouraged me to keep reading to see where this baby came from. The story centers on two newcomers to Wirralong. Midwife Maeve McGill has bought a small farm, planning to make her home there. Doctor Jace Bronson along with his young daughter are only there helping out for a few months. Right away you can see the problem. However, both have some baggage that came they must work through before anything other than friendship can be truly developed. The story deals with all that working though the issues while supporting characters who meet in previous books have babies. While the story is solid I felt that the working out their differences happened very quickly near the end. I am not sure that I felt it was within how the characters had been behaving. Still the last chapter was perfect. The visits to this Australian town are such an enjoyable read. You can’t help but be happy for a small town that is being revitalized. It gives inspiration for the real small towns across the world. Maeve and Jace are just the kind of people you would want to join your small town population. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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