I have read this author a few times so figured I had nothing to lose on this free book. It was a pretty good love story but a little predictable. Your typical guy hates girl, girl hates guy based on what they "think" they know about each other, basically judging a book by the cover. The guy Charlie does a favor for a friend to help the girl Caroline and they get locked in her fur coat freezer for 18 hours. They both hate each other but find a night of passion to keep warm before they go back to hating each other again. Since the title of the book is "Bundle of Joy" Caroline of course gets pregnant. Charlie insists they get married but divorced right after the baby is born (which really doesn't make sense how that will help) but Caroline agrees. Charlie moves into Caroline's guest bedroom and they start a marriage where they can't stand each other. The book goes through Caroline's whole pregnancy and of course the slow love story of Charlie & Caroline both figuring out the other is not like the image they put on in public and they have more in common then they think. They slowly become friends and have a sexual chemistry that they can't resist.
Even though this publishing date says Nov 2012, I am pretty sure its a reissue. Charlie was in the Navy, in the book he is 35 years old and refers to his tours of duty being in "Nam", not too current. Also they have walkman's and cassette tapes and VCR's, which I don't think the teens these days knows what theses things are. But this doesn't really distract from the story, just kinda funny to read. I also think this book is in a series, there are references to other characters like they had previous books about them. The sex in the book was pretty good, nothing erotic but certainly more than other romances. The one thing I did not like was the cover, yes its a cute baby, but this is a romance story about making the baby not a story about babies. If I could change something it would be the cover.
If you are looking for a typical romance story with love, hate, tension and of course a happy ever after than read this book, hopefully its still free.