Turning thirty is like a big sale at the meat market. You have to go on discount before someone starts considering you. And that’s not the only problem Clarice Mason has to deal with, because right now her biological clock is ticking and she realizes that one morning she might wake up with white hair and a walking cane as her only companion. So to soothe her problem, Clarice has resolved to have a baby.
Enter Anton Silverton, the man that possesses all the traits Clarice has ever wanted in a mate: tall, handsome, smart, and an overall gentleman—all the perfect genes for her baby. All she has to do now is ask him nicely to donate a little sperm so she can conceive. But damn Hunter Silverton—Anton’s smart-mouth, no-good cousin with the title of number one Casanova in Australasia—has to come stirring up trouble. And now, under the influence of hormonal imbalances, Clarice finds her craving for a baby might not be enough, for she is beginning to crave the love of one of these men.
Clarice and Hunter's love story spans over 2 full novels in Spinsters and Playboys series.
1) Baby Be Mine
2) Baby I'm Yours
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Baby Be Mine: Book 1
I was hook once I started reading. I've been meaning to read this book since I got it, but I never had the time to sit down and read. I should have read this book sooner. The plot and characters were entertaining. I really like the idea of this book. Love how Rosie made their encounter so interesting. Every time the protagonist meet, it's intriguing. It's intriguing to read their interaction unfold. I wanted the the protagonist to encounter and interact more with each other before the last incidents of the book 1, but it's okay. The timing of the book was good enough.
Overall, I like and enjoy reading this book.
Waste of time... confusing
Don’t waste your time
I thought this would be much better, but this book was horribly written, which made it hard to read. I tried to keep pushing through but about a quarter of the way through decided it was not worth it. I cannot understand why full grown adults behave so childishly throughout the duration of the book. I would say it’s not worth your time to try to get into this.