A trio of original novels--Candace Camp's Tabloid Baby, Cait London's The Nine-Month Knight, and The Paternity Test by Sherryl Woods--explores the unexpected surprises, joys, and romance of pregnancy. What happens when three independent women find themselves without a partner and babies on the way? They vow to be loving single mothers, of course! But a child needs a mother and a father, and fate has a way of working things to its advantage.
"Tabloid Baby" by Candace Camp. Movie producer Jackson Prescott arrives just in time to get a very pregnant Beth Sutton to the hospital. When a tabloid calls Beth his mistress and her baby his lovechild, Jackson and Beth are thrown together. Beth must look past her worry about publicity to accept a future with Jackson.
"The Nine-Month Knight" by Cait London. Widow Daisy Hewson discovers debts and bad memories aren't all her reckless husband left behind. She's pregnant. She's also falling for her boss, baby food tycoon Ethan Saber. Ethan convinces Daisy to marry him as research subjects for new products. Ethan actually wants Daisy in his life, but his cold upbringing hasn't left him prepared to verbalize his feelings. He uses business terms for personal acts.
The Paternity Test" by Sherryl Woods. Jane Dawson wanted only to stay in the home she had grown up in. Mike Marshall wanted a high paying job that meant security. They loved each other, but Mike's job was in San Francisco and Jane's home was in Virginia. Reluctantly, they broke up. When Jane's biological clock starts ticking, she visits Mike and they make love. Yet nothing has changed. Mike still has his job in San Francisco and Jane still refuses to move. Now there is a third party involved, Jane is pregnant.
What happens when three independent women find themselves without a partner and babies on the way? They vow to be loving single mothers, of course! But a child needs a mother and a father, and fate has a way of working things to its advantage.
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