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  • Posted July 29, 2012

    Hard to put down

    Once started, had a hard time taking breaks! Enjoyable! Cute!

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  • Posted March 24, 2010

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    Kristi Gold is Golden

    His Best Mistake is the fifth and final book in the O'Brien Family series and a spectacular finale from author Kristi Gold. She does the entire family justice with Kevin's story. He's a hotshot sportswriter at the top of his game and has been dating the lovely and sensuous pediatric resident, Dr. Leah Cordero, for several months. Yet, with a diagnosis of aplastic anemia, his world turns backwards and forwards without finding its footing. He brutally breaks up with Leah by phone then goes through the cancer treatment with only his family at his side.

    Imagine his surprise months later when Leah appears on his doorstep with a baby-his baby. Once his shock subsides, Kevin insists on being a part of his daughter's life. The best way to do that? Move her and Leah into his house. It doesn't take long for him to fall head over heels for his little girl and remember everything he loves about her mother. Now he has to show Leah they can become a forever family. Through misunderstandings and memories of the love they once shared, Kevin and Leah find each other again and create a real family with their baby girl.

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  • Posted February 25, 2010

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    This is an entertaining family drama

    In Houston, magazine sportswriter Kevin O'Brien learns he has aplastic anemia, a disease that can prove fatal. He also learns chemo treatments leave half of the patients sterile. Panicking, he decides to do what he believes is the right thing by his girlfriend of eight months Dr. Leah Cordero. He dumps her so she does not have to grieve his death.

    One year later, Leah visits Kevin to tell him he sired a daughter Carly with her. However, before getting to the point, she tells him she is going home to Mississippi to practice medicine there and is seeing another man. He is stunned and pleads with Leah to move into his new house at least until she completes her residency and goes back with Carly to Mississippi. Although in love, she remains distrustful and irate that he hid his health issue from her

    This is an entertaining family drama starring a likable lead couple and a supporting cast who enhance the understanding of Kevin and Leah. Leah is great as her ire seems genuine; on the other hand Kevin's concealment appears false as he has no reason except perhaps fear to do so. Still fans will enjoy his efforts to win the trust of the mother of his baby as he already has her love.

    Harriet Klausner

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