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The Baby Bargain
Apodaca, Jennifer


Title: The Baby Bargain

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Seeing Adam Waters is the last thing veterinarian Megan Young expects. Ex-­Marine. Ex-­boyfriend. And still extremely dangerous territory. But Adam doesn’t know the secret Megan has been keeping from him. The secret that was created three years ago, after their last night together... Adam returns to Raven’s Cove to sell his home in a final break with the town and memories that haunt him. The problem is that his attraction to Megan is as blazing hot as it ever was. But when a vicious smear campaign against Megan turns ugly, Adam learns the truth he never knew—he has a son. Now the only way Megan can protect her child is to strike a bargain with Adam. And it’s a bargain that looks a lot like blackmail... Review "Beauty and the Beast at its hottest!­" Jennifer Apodaca's tale of a sexy war hero tamed by a pretty town vet with a secret sizzles on the page. You won't want to miss this dynamic love story! -- Susan Mallery, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author 5 Stars! So heartwarming it brought tears to my eyes! -­Corrine from Reading in Pajamas I LOVED THIS BOOK! I can't even put into words how much I loved this book. Adam's belief that he is "damaged" makes you feel for him. Megan has worked so hard to be a good mom, to do better for her son and herself and she is such a great heroine. The story is gripping, the characters, the back characters, the dogs... --­Mommy Ives from saveyourmoneyforbooks.­blogspot.­com/ 4.­5 Stars for The Baby Bargain!, The Baby Bargain by Jennifer Apodaca is the perfect read if you're looking for a sexy & tortured ex-­marine hero to fall in love with. -- ~Nina~ "Nina's Literary Escape" A Must Read! Jennifer Apodaca weaves such emotion and visualization into this tale that once you start you won't want to stop till its conclusion. -- nyrican4t "Bibliophile" Jennifer manages to bring out a variety of emotions in the reader, laughter, on the edge of your seat suspense, love, and yes, even a few tears! -- HarlequinJunkie Reviewed at HarlequinJunkie.­com Jennifer writes a heartwarming story of lost love, broken promises and the ability to let go of the past. --­S. Schairer from The Reading Cafe

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