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The Pregnant Virgin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2012

    Very cute

    A very sweet romance! A must buy! Adorable characters!

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  • Posted February 27, 2012

    Nice quick Read!

    I liked the ideal of this story and I liked that when you read the title you think "right like that would happen" but once you actually get into the story, you understand why it would be titled that so it was very nice. A bit short if you ask me but all in all, a very cute and nice story with a very nice ending.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2000

    Anne Eames delivers a delightful romance!

    Best-selling author Anne Eames delivers another of her patented delightful romances with her latest literary offspring, 'The Pregnant Virgin.' Eames introduces her readers to a charming new couple in the form of prospective parents, the headstrong Ali Celeste and her handsome doctor-beau, Brad Darling. Already a doting aunt, Ali knew she was ready to have a little one of her own, and in her work at Detroit's Midtown Hospital's Fertility Clinic she knew how easy it would be to accomplish her goal of becoming pregnant, even though there was no one special in her life. No one, that is, until Brad Darling enters the picture. Brad Darling is struggling to get by during his tenure of medical residency and has no plans or time for love or a family. Financially strapped, he visits the sperm bank at the hospital where he works to become a donor. Little did he know he would meet the angel of his dreams in the celestial Ali Celeste. Sparks flew. But when, after only a few dates and one sensuous encounter, the virginal Ali announces she is pregnant with his child, love definetly takes a u-turn for Dr. Darling. Will he come to his senses in time to make a life and future with Ali and their soon-to-be-born son? This first book in Silhouette's new 'The Baby Bank' series, Eames' charming story sets the tone for what promises to be a funfilled, love-enhanced series. Filled with romance and humor, Eames' 'The Pregnant Virgin' is a wonderful read. Bring on the Babies!

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    Posted May 15, 2012

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