What does an unexpected baby bring? A marriage of convenience? A reconciliation? A rejection like no other? NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Kathryn Shay delivers an emotional series, About the Baby, filled with sizzling romance, heartfelt pregnancy and baby scenes, and a unique look at the healing power of forgiveness.
High-powered architect Zach Sloan only ever loved one woman and when she left, he hardened his heart and concentrated on climbing to the top of his profession. But when one of his designs collapses, and Annie is there to help, he rushes her headlong into bed. Which changes everything.
Annie Montgomery is a social worker, the total opposite of her ex-husband Zach. Non-materialistic, with simple tastes and unselfish goals, she divorced Zach. The problem is, she still loves him. And when they’re thrown together in a crisis, she can’t resist consoling him. The consequences must be dealt with.
Annie’s pregnancy brings them closer, but their differences surface once again. This time, will Annie and Zach overcome them, for the sake of the baby—and themselves?
If you like stories about secret babies, reunion of lost loves, and wounded heroes, follow the full series, which can be read in any order: A TIME TO GIVE, Book 1, JUST ONE NIGHT, Book 2, BE MY BABIES, Book 3.
*Originally published in 1997, this book has been revised, updated and modernized.
Reviewer’s Praise for JUST ONE NIGHT:
“Kathryn Shay is a star who shines brighter than most of the big name romance writers today.” Affaire de Coeur Magazine
"Ms. Shay has once again gifted us with a beautiful love story filled with hope, healing and the pursuit of happiness.” Rendezvous Magazine
“With an irresistible blend of warmth and sizzle, award-winning Kathryn Shay sets our hearts aglow with wonderfully tender emotion readers won't want to miss.” RT Book Reviews
“A thoroughly engrossing read…grab a box of tissues, cover yourself with a warm quilt and get set to be swept away to another world.” An Amazon Reader
I want my money back that is all I have to say.
I don’t want to say the book was bad but for what I paid it wasn’t worth it. Things in the book that ticked me off. 1. The affair was skipped over like no big deal. 2. The wife was blamed for everything. 3. The husband never apologized for the affair. 4. The readers only got maybe three sentences when the wife recalled how it went down. I am really getting tired of writers that mentioned infidelity in a marriage but we get no resolution just skip to the happy ending. I won’t be reading anything from that author again since I was very disappointed in this book. I can’t paid that kind of money to be disappointed.