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by Judy Duarte

eBook Once Upon a Pregnancy (Silhouette Special Edition / The Wilder Family) download ISBN: 0373248911
Author: Judy Duarte
Publisher: Silhouette Special Edition; Original edition (March 25, 2008)
Language: English
ePub: 1672 kb
Fb2: 1908 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: mbr lit mobi lrf
Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

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Once Upon a Pregnancy ER nurse Simone Garner is pregnant and rumours are flying around Walnut River General that dreamy paramedic Mike O’Rourke is the father! .

Once Upon a Pregnancy ER nurse Simone Garner is pregnant and rumours are flying around Walnut River General that dreamy paramedic Mike O’Rourke is the father! But is marriage on Mike’s radar? One has to wonder if Simone would stand a chance with Mike if she wasn’t pregnant with his child. Or does he know something we don’t? Her Mr Right? Neil Kane was investigating charges of insurance fraud. Judy Duarte, Karen Rose Smith, RaeAnne Thayne.

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Comments: (5)
Trex
Great story!
Vutaur
I wasn't sure in the beginning just where this book was headed, but I found out quick enough. After her one and only night of letting down her guard, Simone finds herself pregnant. She has also had the most extraordinary night of her life in paramedic Mike's arms. This story then delves into the deeper emotional issues , of date rape (not Simone), and deeper emotional issues. As Mike searches for a way to convince Simone that they are right together, Simone must deal with the issues of her past.
I found Simone's character believable and vulnerable. She has never known the kind of love Mike was raised up with and doesn't understand how he could love her.
Mike seems to be a man who knows what he wants and isn't afraid to go for it. He also understands that something in Simone's past is causing the hesitation that keeps her pulling back from him. His patience and caring is phenomenal.
This book covers touchy subjects and turns them into a story that will stay with you long after you've finished it. Simone's insecurities make her character believable and tug at your heart. Well done. A touching story that you shouldn't miss reading.
Fato
Simone got knocked up one night, she has emotional scars and she never wanted kids. She slept with a paramedic one night and now she's going to have a baby. I'm 93 pages into this book and I can tell you right now that I HATE the main character with a passion so far.
The author has made it so it's not possible to like the character. She's whined throughout the whole book so far. She never thinks about telling the father about the baby. She never thinks about his feelings. She never looks at the bright side of anything. She pushes Mike away. She complains about the dog she's watching. She doesn't get close to anyone. She wants to give her baby up for adoption, but she doesn't seem to think that she should involve the father into any of this even though he seems to really want a kid.
She thinks things like "I hope that Mike can see that this is the best choice for the baby." "I have a strong feeling that he's going to be happy about the baby." "Maybe I might not feel right about giving the baby up for adoption but it's for the best."
You have yet to find out what her issues are and it's annoying. These issues are the reasons for why I hate her so much. I would love to be able to feel sorry for her long enough to get through the book.
Her mother might have cancer and she's pisses because her mother didn't tell her. Which on the one hand I can understand but it seems like she's refusing to acknowledge that maybe her mother didn't know how to tell her only daughter that she was sick.
I cannot wait to be done with this book.
Vertokini
This is a typical women's feel-good book about a nurse faced with an unplanned pregnancy. As is typical in these types of romance novels, it is always the woman who is commitment and baby-shy, while the guy is love struck and in awe of the heroine's "strength." I guess that is why these books sell, and I must admit, I enjoy them. I just wish, for once, these books would reflect reality, and that they would make a book that is feel-goodish, but also shows women moving on after being abandonded. I have a feeling more women today face abandonment after pregnancy than a guy begging for marriage after a brief sexual encounter, but the point of women's romance is pure escapism. I have read other lovey-type books that show men's more natural reluctance to commit, and they manage to pull off happy endings just the same (which is why we girls like these books). I just hope women dont confuse these fictitious stories with the reality of the way many men often act when faced with unplanned kids (especially after one-night stands and brief sexual encounters. These books have the same effect on women as porn has on porn. Enjoy this book ladies, but dont get deluded by fiction.
Nern
It was a cute and interesting little book. Nice way to relax at night after taking care of two little ones all day.