Growing up, Jill Garrison never daydreamed about having the perfect wedding. Instead, she dreamt about having a baby. Boy or girl, it didn't matter. Unfortunately, her fiancé can't have children. Determined to realize her lifelong dream of having a baby, Jill spends years searching for a company (CryoCorp) that provides high-quality donor sperm.
Everything is right in Jill's world until her wedding day, when her fiancé leaves her at the altar to be humiliated before friends and family. She doesn't waste any time moving from New York City to California to start over. And she keeps her appointment with CryoCorp. She may never have the wedding or the husband, but nothing is going to stop her from having a baby. She's tired of everyone telling her what to do. The baby she's carrying is hers and hers alone. Nobody can take that away from her. Or can they?
©2011 Theresa Ragan (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
Good book. Fun to listen. Excellent narator.
The main character. He is the man every woman dreams of.
I don't know.
I like this book. It's real fun to read it.
Easy to read. good book for a quiet evening.
i enjoyed the both the printed version and voice.
the audio and the print is a good combination.
no i have a very good imagination.
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Not only was the story very unoriginal, but the characters were annoying, and the reader was wrong for this book. I didn't like any of the characters. I wanted to like the book. The premise sounded interesting. It was just completely disappointing on so many levels.
Fortunately, I like the genre. I just know now not to select any other books by this author. I know that not all Romance novels are completely original, but this one was just too predictable from the very beginning. Plus, it was not well written.
I have listened to Sarah Drew perform other books, but those were Young Adult. Her voice fit well with those. However, with this book, she was out of her element. Grown men should not sound like whiny, 14 year old boys. I spent too much time being distracted by the performer.
No. The only reason I continued listening was because I paid for the book.
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