The book was OK, but what really annoys me is when authors don't understand biology. Their supposedly brilliant characters think that the father's heritage can cause twins! This guy is so "potent" the heroine thinks "I won't be surprised if I get twins!" And this silliness is repeated at the end, where the family is speculating about another multiple pregnancy--no twins in the mother's family, so it must be from the father. Come on!!! These are brilliant business people, guys! I know I'm expecting too much, but I've seen this time and again. It's a pet peeve, I guess.
Story is OK, but the narration.... Second worst narrator I've heard in nearly 75 books. (And the first sounded like Janet Reno!) It's amazing the difference in quality of readers that are found in these books. What are they thinking???
The heroine is supposed to be a multi-advance degreed scientist, yet she's not aware that condoms aren't 100% effective? Are you kidding me? It's these type of idiot plots that can ruin an otherwise good story. This is the third of the series, and while it was OK, these sisters just seemed so stupid I really didn't care what happened to them.
The story was entertaining, unbelievable as others have mentioned. Foster obviously has never breastfed and she is ignorant of (or wants her characters to be) genetics--twins never run on the fathers' side. And the guy would have been drenched in real life (if you've breastfed you know what I mean). I don't expect these novels to be science lessons, but I also hope they'll be idiot-free.
The narrator sounds just like Janet Reno. Terrible choice for a romantic novel. Although I appreciate the non-use of fake accents.
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