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How steamy is it? Simmering

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Fans of the Hartwell Women Trilogy asked for more. I listened. Baby Talk is Book 4 of The Hartwell Women Series.

When Marissa Crawford and her husband Brad decide to start a family, Marissa has serious doubts about her ability to be a good mother - she was raised by one of the worst.

Torn between telling Brad the truth and hoping she doesn't get pregnant, Marissa's life is completely upended when a baby girl is left in a basket on the front porch of her large home in Maine. In caring for the baby given specifically to Brad and her, Marissa must decide what her role in life is all about.

Attempting to overcome her past, she's faced with agonizing decisions. As she opens her heart to those who need her, she is challenged in unexpected ways and discovers a joy greater than she's ever known.

©2015 Judith Keim (P)2017 Judith Keim

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Great book

I love all of Judith Keim’s books. The only criticism about this series is that there is no president of the paper company. It appears that the chairman of the board is the one controlling everything, despite the fact he runs other businesses. All large companies have a president who runs the day to day operations. I realize this is a minor point but it bothered me. I did love how this book really tied everything together for this family.