HER BABY, HIS LOVE

HER BABY, HIS LOVE                                  LYNNE MARSHALL

All Taylor Clark ever wanted was a normal life and a traditional family, but so far she’s had neither. Soon after discovering that her boyfriend was secretly engaged and she moves to Charity, Montana for a fresh start, she realizes she’s pregnant. As her new friendly and sexy landlord help her settle in, they become friends, although Taylor has to keep reminding herself to keep her distance. The last thing she needs is to start something new.

As an ex-con, Joe Collins knows a little something about fresh starts. Despite his determination to keep his head down, he can’t ignore Taylor’s natural beauty or obvious vulnerability. In short time, a tentative friendship blooms along with something more precious—trust.

When Taylor’s ex-comes to town, he threatens everything that Joe and Taylor have built together. Joe steps up to care for and protect her, even though he risks losing more than the woman he loves.

MY REVIEW:
     When you start a relationship, you go in blind and with the only things you can faith and blind trust.  And when those are broken it can be a hard thing to regain if ever.
     Especially, if one of the two has been hurt before repeatedly and they are the ones getting burned again this time.  Which is totally the case for Taylor Clark.  Starting with her father and moving right into her relationship disaster with Clay.
     She had a few in between but Clay’s had a reminder that she could not look on as bad although it scared her half to death.  Especially, being alone in a new town.
     This all started at work where she was a nurse in Ventura, California.  Another nurse brings her the newspaper with the wedding announcement of the man she had been seeing and sleeping with.  Not to mention who told her he was in Hawaii on business.  More like a honeymoon.  So, before her head could stop spinning she had gotten a new job and a new place to live and was gone by the end of the week leaving no forwarding address.  Just in case Clay would try and find her.
     She ends up in Charity, Montana a sweet little town.  Although the outside of the house she rented doesn’t look anything like the picture she was sent the inside had already been remodeled and she was reassured by the elderly lady that Joe Collins the house manager would make sure that the outside was finished correctly.
     Small town living although had its charm it would be hard to have so many opinions on how you should run your own life without asking.  Dixie was as good as her word.  Joe had a crew working at her place as she slept.  But imagine her surprise and fear when she figures out that they are ex-cons.  She is not happy and plans on telling Joe all about it when she gives him a piece of her mind.  He may be sexy as hell but how dare he leave her vulnerable. 
     Things get tense because now she’s wondering if he’s one too.  Which would not only blow her day dreaming out of the water.  But her night time dreams as well.  Don’t think she’s the only one feeling hot as hell chemistry because she’s not.  It’s so hot Arlene Joe’s ex of three years, rears her ugly jealous head and plays at wanting him back.  Can you say, ‘Cat Fight!’
     See how these two handle their fears, their trust issues, convictions of faith, jealousy issues, an unexpected pregnancy, and strong hot as hell chemistry.  I give this: 5 ++++ stars.  Provided by netgalley.com. 

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