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    Maybe Baby by E. E. Burke, book 1 of the Hardts of Texas is mildly spicy and fast paced. We find Jen has a boat load of issues she must face. Raised by parents who did not show love, having faced a high school dating crisis alone and afraid, as well as, having fears of heights and large groups, Jen's learned to cope in her own way. However, Logan will show her that life can be fulfilling and secure if she's willing to believe in and trust him. Watching these two come to terms with life, love, security, and resolving old issues, the reader becomes enmeshed in the story. I found myself rooting for Logan. Talk about a gentleman, Logan has "knight in shining armor" written all over him. I loved watching Burke develop Jen's character to the fullest. Burke included humor in Maybe Baby. The quips between Jen and Logan are hilarious, then add in his brothers, and I laughed out loud. Family dynamics play a large part in this story and leave options for future books in this series. I found the plotting held my attention and the pace smooth and steady. However, if you do not care for slightly more than mild love scenes, this book may not be for you. Although not a squeaky clean book, I found the love scenes skillfully written without the use of vulgarity or graphic language. Due to love scenes, I recommend this book for young adults and adults. Published earlier, this is an expanded book with much extended story-line; including additional characters, Jen's trips to Texas, and a new wonderful cover. Much more contents available in this expanded version. FINALLY, PLEASE NOTE: In addition, I received this book from the author and chose to voluntarily review the book with an honest reviews for romance novel, Maybe Baby.

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