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  • Absolutely LOVED thi s book

    Emma, whose biological clock is ticking away, add in the fact that she has endometriosis, which makes her conceiving even more difficult. When her fiance leaves her, she leaves the hustle and bustle of working life and heads to the country to run her own vineyard. Dylan dislikes his new neighbor, she's trying to take the land he wants to buy for his dad so they can make wine again. When Emma hears the rumors about the Hunter men, she offers him to back away from the land, if he helps her conceive. Follow their adorable story as they navigate trying to have a baby and keep their feelings out of it I not only loved this story of Dylan and Emma but I LOVED his brother's and his 2 nephews. And Emma's sister I feel would be a perfect match for Dylan's brother who opens the motorcycle/brewery with him.

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  • My Thoughts on The Baby Maker

    This book was super hot, very fun, and hit all the right notes to have me invested. Dylan was this honest, hard working guy who is dedicated to his family and manages to blend sweet with steamy perfectly when it came to Emma. He was pretty impossible not to fall for. Emma was a woman who after going through a heartbreak reviews her priorities and decides what she truly needs to be happy is a baby, but not necessarily the man to go along with it. She's this great mix of intelligence, and vulnerability, and sass. Plus she loved coffee as much as I do so I was definitely a big fan. Emma's desire for a baby led her and Dylan down a road that had me laughing, teary, and also smiling. It was such a good and really romantic story. I honestly enjoyed watching these two fall in love. I also loved the other Hunter men I got little bits and pieces of. I cannot wait to read each of their stories. I recommend contemporary romance and RomCom fans pick this book up and get started with what has the potential to be a really excellent series.

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  • lots of laughs, kisses and happy endings

    Lili Valente grabbed me with this one, lots of laughs, kisses and happy endings

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  • Babies, hops and vines.

    Dylan Hunter is a man possessed. He’s been running his family’s farm for years and he’s ready to move on, do his own thing and just… chill for once. There’s just one small, annoyingly tempting problem. The plot of land next door to his farm is up for sale. He was going to buy it for his dad to appease him from losing his vineyards to disease and hops and chickens. Long story short. Grapes were bad and Dylan ripped them out and replaced them with barley to make hops, and beer. Or that’s his dream anyway. Now, he just sells his produce to others. But, with that piece of land, his dad would be happy. Content. And Dylan could move on with his life. So, what’s stopping him? Well, it’s that little problem. She comes is a sexy, seductive body, cute smile and blonde curls and she wants that land too. She’s in a bidding war with him. Emma Haverford, knew Dylan wanted the grape grove, but she needed it more. She was the winemaker after all. But, there was something else she wanted to make. And she needed Dylan’s help for that. So, she offers him a deal. She’ll step back, if he’ll knock her up. Dylan can’t believe Emma asked him to do that and that he’s tempted. Oh, so tempted. Will he give in to temptation or will Emma’s bun remain uncooked? Find out in this sweet, sexy rom-com and be prepared to swoon at how this gorgeous man gets his girl.

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  • Review: The Baby Maker

    The Baby Maker by Lili Valente is a new stand alone romance told in dual POV between the infamous Baby Maker himself, Dylan Hunter, and the woman that bargain's for his baby making stuff, Emma Haverford. Another wonderful, funny, romantic, endearing story from one of my absolute MUST-READ authors. Emma's clock is ticking. She split from her cheating fiance, quit her successful Silicon Valley job and bought a winery and is now learning to appreciate the slower side of life in the country. Except, the only thing she can't approach slowly is her ticking biological clock. Dylan is angry with his pumpkin patch owning neighbor that he is even entertaining the idea of selling his land to the new girl in town, the aggravating Emma Haverford. He wants that land to start growing vines again for his family's farm and to keep his dad off his back. Nevermind she offered 10K ovr asking, this guy calls Dylan the "grandson he never had". The nerve of the new girl to try and steal the land to expand her winery! Nevermind that she is beautiful and sassy and his neighbor... When Emma propositions Dylan about giving the baby making a try for three months and she'll back of the sale he is conflicted. The story only gets exponentially better from there. The family dynamic of the Hunters and between Emma and her sister. The romance that blossoms between Emma and Dylan. It is sexy and hot and sweet and the characters are wonderfully developed. I am so excited to see what happens in the next standalone story, The Troublemaker! Enjoy!

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