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Read Two Babies One Fox ((HOT))

Sylvie: Until a fateful day a few years ago, I was one of those people. For the first 23 years that I read romance, I'd see those little cherubic infant and toddler faces, swollen bellies, and happy family scenes on books, and I'd walk the other way. That's right, I studiously avoided romance novels with babies. Occasionally one or two snuck in there, but if it had a baby on the cover, I would not read it.

read two babies one fox


No secret babies, precocious preschoolers, or chock full o'children epilogues for me. Babies aren't romantic, I thought. Babies do not equal happily ever after. After all, I'd grown up in the heyday of divorce. Kids did not keep families together. Heck, I was a divorce lawyer for five years, and I never saw a baby become the crazy glue for a couple.

I wrote the one book I'd spent nearly 25 years avoiding reading. I had one question in my mind: What happens when an unexpected pregnancy interrupts the slow build of a new and budding relationship? If my editor's comments are anything to go by, it's a messy, bumpy ride to happily ever after for the hero and heroine, Nick and Holly.

Hot nights, huge consequences. Divorced and done with her dry spell, Holly Prentice is ready to get back in the game. But with two conditions: Her future mate can't be married to his career, and he has to have a couch. Nick Andreis loves his job, and his only furniture is a king-size bed. He's also single, sexy, and six years Holly's junior. Any guy this hunky and carefree can't be serious about the future.

This six-week special story time session for children ages 6 months to 5 years is in the Story Room at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays, March 4, 11, 18, 25 and April 1 and 8. Happy Hands teaches American Sign Language vocabulary, speech and expression through multi-sensory learning. Signing helps promote verbal communication, encourages reading skills and can have beneficial results with children who have speech and communication challenges. This program will empower communication by teaching a broad base of ASL vocabulary that can be used immediately. Children, including babies, have the capacity to understand, learn and communicate before they develop the ability to speak. Co-presented by the library and Happy Hands. 041b061a72

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