Some men are troublemakers or dealmakers. The men in my family? We’re baby makers.
For six generations, the women of wine country have had a saying: don’t bang a Hunter man unless you want a bun in your oven.
Yeah, well. I’ve got a saying too: no thanks. The last thing I need is baby makes three. My business is expanding and the only thing I’m interested in getting knocked up is my bottom line.
But then one night Emma Haverford makes me an offer I can’t refuse—she backs away from the land I have my eye on in exchange for a favor…
A big, fat, baby making favor…
When I hear women have gotten pregnant shaking hands with Hunter men, I know I need Dylan Hunter’s…ahem, special skills…way more than I need to expand my vineyard.
I’m ready to give my heart to a child and I’m tired of waiting for my late-to-the-party Prince Charming to make my dreams come true. So I promise Dylan—three months of hot, heavy, baby-making s-e-x and then I’m out of his hair forever.
But what if when it comes time to say good-bye, all I want to do is keep bottling up more memories with this big-hearted man?
This sexy Standalone romance will make you laugh, swoon, and blush baby-makin’ red. Heat level: A risk of getting knocked up during download. Paperback and audio versions are especially dangerous. Handle with care…
A good quick read for those who needs a feel good story. The characters are really sweet and Dylan is truly book boyfriend material.
The Baby Maker
The Baby Maker by Lili Valente
I had to have this book from the moment I read the blurb: the idea of a family of baby makers had me intrigued and amused and overall, it was well-delivered.
Emma is getting older (NOT old, just older) and due to medical issues, has decided to take matters into her own hands and have a baby by herself. Instead of going the speed donor route, she propositions her sexy yet grumpy neighbor Dylan, promising him the land he’s desperate for if he gives her a baby.
While the plot wasn’t a new one, it was still an enjoyable read. In fact, I liked - not loved - almost everything about it. I liked the characters, the story, the banter, the sense of family and commitment. Dylan was a swoon-worthy male and you could easily see why Emma fell for him no matter how many times she told herself not to. Emma was great too - I liked that she wasn’t afraid to go after what she wanted and was willing to put herself out there. I felt that some parts were rushed and I was annoyed that given her medical issues, Emma was able to conceive so quickly, super-sperm or no. However, it was still a really enjoyable, quick read.
*arc received in exchange for honest review.
**Reviewed by Melinda for Joandisalovebooks Blog.
Loved it. A great read.