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Navy Baby

It was a night she’d never forget...two strangers coming together in a moment of intense desire. But now, sheltered Hannah Raymond is expecting the child of a rugged naval seaman she thought she’d never see again. Riley Murdock has been searching for Hannah for months - ever since that soul-shaking night of passion. Now, fate has reunited them. Determined to give his child the chance he never had, Riley marries Hannah. They’ve created the miracle of life together, but is that enough to spark love?

Navy Husband

Shana Berrie is her sister’s official navy "parenting plan", so despite being unprepared, she’s in charge of adorable nine-year-old Jazmine for the next six months. Shana isn’t all that close to her niece, but she’s trying her best. The little girl has lots of opinions - including ones on Shana’s love life (or lack thereof). Shana also doesn’t appreciate Jazmine’s godfather, Lieutenant Commander Adam Kennedy, constantly checking up on her. She is definitely not looking for a navy husband, no matter what her meddling niece thinks. So why does infuriating Adam seem so appealing?

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Good story

Being from a military family I was disappointed that more of the facts that exist didn’t appear in the story. It didn’t seem to be very well put together for me. It is a good story but not a good representation of a military family’s trials.

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Not Like the Old Ones

I was very disappoints that there was swearing and immorality in this D. Newcomer book. I look to her books for a clean, sweet story.