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    I absolutely loved this book!

    I absolutely loved this book. It is a nice thick one that gives you tons of story to enjoy for days. The characters are engaging, the rough parts are real and what can be sexier than a guy learning the hard way how to take care of a baby? Even better...he wants to. Brant and Molly are attracted to each other and engaging in a first kiss when Brant gets the news that his sister was in an accident and HE needs to get her baby. Circumstances make it necessary that he care for the baby for an unknown length of time. He has no idea what he's doing. Molly is concerned about him and ends up helping with the baby. Things between her and Brant are doing their best to heat up, but it's hard to manage with a baby in the same room. This is a story about family. And love--family love and romantic love and the love you feel for a baby that isn't yours just because they are so darn cute. It's about hardship and hurdles and doing what's right. The story was great and I'm pretty sure I fell in love with Brant myself. I'm so ready for the next book in the series!
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    Author keeps me coming back...

    With Brant and Molly’s story there were emotions that ran the gamut from joy, elation, tension, vulnerability, rejection, disappointment...I could go on and on. This story definitely left an impression with the push/pull between this couple. Brant was definitely the character who tugged on my heartstrings the most. The author did a great job of creating characters who showed their flaws yet were able to recognize them, setting off a myriad of issues and in doing so, relationships grew stronger and new ones developed. Thrown in baby Jax and Brant’s heartbreak was written so well it made my heart hurt for him. I’ve read this author’s Magnolia Brides series and can honestly say her writing is superb and keeps me coming back for any of the stories she writes. I truly look forward to what she may have in store for the remaining two Wydler brothers. This ARC book was complimentary, provided by the Publisher and NetGalley. I am voluntarily providing my honest review.
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    Enjoyable read

    4 Star review of Must Love Babies (Must Love Babies #1) by Lynette Austin This was a new to me author and since I really loved the premise and as it was book one in a new series I jumped right in. I do feel it might have led to a better understanding of this book if I had read her Magnolia Brides series first as there are numerous references to the three ladies from that series and so I felt lost on occasion. When Brant Wylder’s sister is involved in an accident, he has to step in and look after his 5 month old nephew.  Having no clue, he is soon out of his element, when Molly Stiles steps in to help him. This was a sweet romance which at times was an emotional roller coaster. The interaction between Brant and baby Jax melted my heart.  I really liked Brant but to be honest Molly annoyed me. Although she is independent she didn’t seem to be able to decide what or who she wants.

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