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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2012

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  • Posted January 27, 2011

    This is an emotional, loving story.

    Officer Daddy -- Harlequin American Romance # 1344 -- February 2011 -- Jacqueline Diamond -- The 4th book of "Safe Harbor Medical" series. -- Dr. Nora Kendall was attending Tony Franco and Kate Evans wedding, when she saw a man holding Tony and Kate's infant daughter. Nora thought that this man had to be an actor instead of Tony's brother, Officer Leo Franco. Nora, who was divorced, was drawn to the younger man. After everyone had left, Nora asked Leo if he could call her a cab, because she didn't think she should be driving. Leo offers to take her home. The attraction between them became a flaming fire. The next morning Nora tells Leo that it was a onetime thing; he would get tired of her soon and looked for someone new, like her ex-husband had done. They both would go their own way. -- Leo and his partner Patty were up for a promotion to detective. They were two of the final three officers being offered the job. Over the next weeks they would be evaluated to see who would be the best for the job? Leo was having trouble forgetting the night he had spent with Nora. When he accidently runs into Nora, he finds out that they would have a reminder of that night for years to come. -- Jacqueline Diamond next addition of "Safe Harbor Medical" series bring an emotional, loving story. Nora had been handed a raw deal with her ex-husband and was not in the market to have it happen to her again. Leo had met a woman who had left a lasting impression on him and one he didn't want to forget. Officer Daddy is a story you don't want to miss.

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  • Posted December 29, 2010

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    This is an engaging Safe Harbor Medical contemporary romance

    In Safe Harbor, divorced Dr. Nora Kendall and police officer Leo Franco meet at his brother's wedding. He assumes she is high maintenance, which he loathes in a woman, and she has doubts about any man even the best man after her ratty ex Reese dumped her for a younger model. Still they share a great night after the ceremony.

    However, she concludes he would be a keeper except he is not ready for a long term relationship. Nora files Leo away as a wonderful one night. However, the obstetrician is pregnant carrying Leo's child. He admits he is attracted to her, but not ready to commit to a family. Besides, he spends all his energy on obtaining a promotion at work. Nora goes back to her first assessment of Leo that he rejects commitment; yet he wants to be a responsible daddy.

    This is an engaging Safe Harbor Medical contemporary romance (His Hired Baby and The Holiday Triplets) starring a wonderful doctor and a respectable ambitious cop. Although the story line contains too many subplots with some not needed, the prime theme is a charmer as he goes from commitment phobia to desperate to get his beloved to commit. Even with a too quick sudden wrap up, fans will enjoy this fun tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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