Taylor wants a baby, not a relationship. And sexy, intelligent Dominic seems like a man with perfect genes. Turns out, Dominic has perfect everything. Their "procreation vacation" is a whirlwind of sensual ecstasy. But when it's over, will either of them be able to say goodbye?
Brenda Jackson is a USA Today and New York Times best-selling author.
©2009 Brenda Jackson; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
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.
This was a book full of S-E-X and not much of a storyline. But rather about a woman who wants a child and finds the finest man at her job to be her baby's daddy. After a while, the narrator's corny attempt at Dominic's spanish accent became very annoying. I'm sure it probably would have enjoyed the book more if I read it versus listening to this.
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