Her Motherhood Wish

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Publisher Description

He was just supposed to be a sperm donor…

What if the father of her child
is the man she’s searched for her whole life?

No Mr. Right? No problem! Attorney Cassie Thompson wants a family of her own—and she doesn’t need a man to get one. But after Cassie discovers that her baby’s health is at risk, she reluctantly contacts the sperm donor—only to find Woodrow Alexander is easily the kindest, most selfless man she’s ever met. He’s just a biological component, she keeps telling herself. He’s not her child’s real father or the husband of her dreams…right?

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GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2020
April 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
224
Pages
PUBLISHER
Harlequin
SELLER
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation
SIZE
1.6
MB

Customer Reviews

777sails ,

Her Motherhood Wish

I received a complimentary copy of this book and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

I am giving this 3.5 stars. The beginning of the book was very confusing to me. What exactly was the relationship between Woodrow Alexander and Elaina? Why did they marry? This is the third book of this series. I have not read the prior stories so I am unclear if it would help to read them first. I did persevered through as the premise was one that I knew I would enjoy. I am glad that I did.

Both protagonists were a ying and yang combination. Cassie is an attorney, Wood dropped out of high school to help raise his younger brother. Cassie is the more confident of the two where Wood is the more lovable, giving nurturer. That is a big departure from most romance novels. He is not the alpha male. It was a refreshing change and made him more humanized in that way.

I enjoyed the dual POV format that the book is written in. That helped to understand the back story relationship between Wood and Elaina. Also helped to fully understand Wood that much better.

This is a sweet, clean romance. I would suggest that if you also struggle in the beginning to just keep going. It will make sense the more that you keep reading.

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