"The Baby of Their Dreams" by Carol Marinelli
Author's Book Description : Barcelona, baby…bride?
Seven years ago ER doctor Cat Hayes was left heartbroken after losing her baby boy. Now she's focused on her career. But when she meets gorgeous Dr. Dominic Edwards at a Spanish conference, resisting his scorching touch isn't easy… Cat returns home sun-kissed and accidentally pregnant!
Widower Dom never thought he'd ever find love again—let alone a family! As the promise of their miracle baby begins to heal both their hearts, Dom knows he can't let Cat slip through his fingers. All it takes is one down-on-one-knee question…
My Book Review : 3 out of 5 stars, two broken souls meet at a doctor's conference in Spain, and though their meant two only share a one-nightstand, it seems to feel like something more. Yet, with past heartache holding them back, will they be willing to moving on to something new... even when fate gives them no chose...
An endearing read that shows the depths you'll go for those you love. While I found the beginning to be a bit slow and the ending good but a little rushed, what really hooked me was the intense chemistry that Dominic and Cat share. Together they struggle in opening up and trusting again but really they find the one person who understands them more than they'd have ever dreamed. Therefore, while I wasn't a fan of Dominic's arrogant self in the beginning, I enjoyed how he (and Cat) opened up (to each other and the reader) as this novel progressed. It was all very heartwarming and sweet.
I recommend this novel to those looking for a meaningful contemporary romance.
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My Previous Review(s) for this Author : One Tiny Miracle... | Baby Twins to Bind Them
My Previous Mention(s) of this Author's Books/Characters : Best Book Couples -- Happy Valentine's Day 2014 | Best Book Couples -- Happy Valentine's Day 2016
Book Teaser(s) :
‘Hey, Cat,’ Gemma said as she went to go.
‘When you saw him again, did you still fancy him?’
‘Moot point— I don’t fancy married men.’
‘Did you still fancy him?’ Gemma persisted.
‘Yes,’ she admitted, ‘but that’s for this office only. The day I sit crying to my friend about whether or not I sleep with him because, of course, he and his wife never do it, or I start saying, he’s going to leave his wife after Christmas... you have my permission to shoot me.’
‘I shall and can you tell him from me that he’s an utter bastard,’ Gemma said.
‘Oh, I shall.’ ~ within Chapter 6
Could strangers who had shared just a night have got it so right that they could spend the rest of their lives together? ~ within Chapter 7
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