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    Self-absorbed ex-Marine and doormat baby Mama

    DNF at 22%. This book is only about four years old but it reads as if it was written decades ago. Maybe it's because it's past 1 am on a school night and I'm tired and grouchy but puhleease! Adam Waters and Megan Young had two one night stands a few years apart. Each time he walked away without a word and doormat that she was Megan just let him. The second time she was pregnant. Now he's back in town after leaving the Marines unexpectedly and Megan doesn't know whether to tell him he has a son - duh, YES. Adam is so full of himself I'm surprised he can fit through a normal sized doorway. It's all about him, all the time. The guilt he bears about his platoon, his brother, his parents, the self-loathing, him wanting to hook up with Megan and then leave town AGAIN yadda yadda. I truly wanted to throat punch him. And doormat Megan, she just takes it all and happily enters into a relationship with Adam, because that's not going to get the least bit awkward when he finds out they have a child, right? There was a glimmer of hope when Adam asked to just be friends and took sex off the table. Apparently that just meant they wouldn't have sex ON the table because they had barely finished dinner before he was backtracking and weaselling out of it in a Bill Clinton fashion by deciding making her feel good didn't count as sex. I'm a sucker for a secret baby second chance romance but I didn't like Adam and couldn't bear to read any further. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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    Excellent

    The Baby Bargain is a wonderfully written story that truly made my heart sing. It's a great second chance/ secret baby story with great characters and a nice flow to the story. Adam Waters never expected to return to Raven's Cove. All the bad memories have kept him away although he has to admit not all the memories are bad. Megan Young is the one bright spot in his Raven's Cove memories. The attraction between them is as strong as ever but Megan has a secret. A big one. One that will change Adam's life. Definitely a book I recommend to everyone.
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    Baby Bargain

    Very good plot but I wanted more. It just ends and you want to know what happens to Adam and Meg.
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    Great read

    This was great read, both the story of the relationship and the framing were fully developed and well thought out.
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    The Baby Bargain

    Megan and Adam have history but he's never been one to stick around he always runs. He cones back to town for work purposes but finds a way to get close to Meg as he calls her, but trouble is brewing with somebody trying to frame her for theft she panicks fearing she will be arrested and lose her son she seeks Adams help but she has to tell him about his son. Will Adam forgive her for keeping Cole a secret and will she help him with his past
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