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Baby Love by Rie Langdon
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Baby Love

by Rie Langdon

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An ARe Top Pick for November, 2011.

Being married has never been sexier…

Tia Jackson Reed is seven months pregnant and madly in love with her husband and the life he’s shown her. She plans to have it all: family, success, and the career she’s work so hard to achieve. That is until her husband’s desires for domesticated bliss collide with her own. Tia struggles to understand his needs and her owns while dealing with her warring hormones, insatiable appetite, overbearing family and demanding professional life. Can she truly have it all? As Tia tries to manage the expectations of being married and a new mother life throws her another curve ball.

A close friend from college returns after six years, and what he wants from Tia could ultimately test the bonds of her marriage, faith, and commitment in ways neither she nor Mel will foresee. Tia learns that marrying your soul mate is the first of many steps toward happiness. However, each milestone achieved is only made stronger by adhering to those sacred vows of love, honor and trust above all else.

Who said being in love and married can’t be the sexiest read! The final installment to the Mel and Tia Trilogy proves that true love can and will always last. ( )
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