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Expecting the CEO's Baby

by Karen Rose Smith

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suspend disbelief for the romance story line. The tech at the fertility center pulls B WinSton's vial, no b Winton's vial to inseminate Jenna. They admit the mistake, and now mogul B WinSton wants the baby. ( )
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Tom Franklin, Director of the Emerson Fertility Clinic, stuns widow Jenna Winton when he informs her of the mix- up. Instead of being inseminated with her late husband's sperm, she is carrying the baby of a man with a similar name. A technician confused B. Winton with B. Winston especially since both men came from Fawn Grove, California.

Blake Winston is irate to learn that someone named Winton is six months pregnant with his child. Blake offers to pay Jenna's expenses and more, but he keeps the child; Jenna rejects his insulting deal insisting that the baby is hers. Though his heart has not been touched in two decades, Blake finds he feels guilty and sorry when he upsets Jenna though he seems to do that a lot. As they agree to a marriage for the sake of the unborn, a miracle occurs as they fall in love.

Though fertility mix-ups and marriages of convenience are frequently used devices (more so the latter), readers will appreciate this refreshing tale. Karen Rose Smith displays her talent by interweaving clues about the lead protagonists through quick introspective moments with the present scenario triggering a similar memory. The lead characters are an intriguing duo as Blake has a major demon from his past and Jenna has the ghost of her beloved deceased husband.
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