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The Baby Gift

The Baby Gift

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by Bethany Campbell

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A good mother will do anything to save her child. Briana Morris is definitely a good mother.

Josh Morris travels the world in search of its stories. Briana Morris's whole world is a single small farm. They met and married and divorced in little more than the wink of an eye. But together they managed to create one perfect thing—their

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Josh Morris traveles to the world¿s most remote locales in search of stories for magazines. On the other hand, his former wife Briana prefers the confines of her small Missouri farm as the extent of her globetrotting. Their relationship, albeit rather short, produced one precocious little girl, Nealie.

Now in Moscow after a dangerous stint among the Pitcairn penguins, Josh finds messages from his agent to urgently call his ex-wife. When he reaches her by phone, not that easy to connect from Moscow to Missouri, he learns that his beloved Nealie is extremely ill with the deadly Yates anemia disease. Only the blood contained in the umbilical cord of a sibling can save the little girl¿s life. As Josh immediately returns home, Briana wonders whom will save her life when she becomes intimate with the only man she loves before he deserts her for his next deadly assignment?

THE BABY GIFT is a heart-wrenching contemporary romance that uses modern medical science to perform miracles on Nealie and on the relationship between the lead characters. The entire cast is a delight though if they talked with one other instead of hiding their feelings inside secrets, they would have had less trouble (and we readers no romance). Still Bethany Campbell provides a gift of a tearjerker that will enthrall the audience with its angst-laden story line.

Harriet Klausner