Friends with Benefits [NOOK Book]

Overview

A Cinderella story about a pregnant waitress who marries her boring next-door neighbor for his health benefits... only to realize he's the guy she should have been with all along.

What Kaylee Carter needs, is a friend with benefits.

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Friends with Benefits

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Overview

A Cinderella story about a pregnant waitress who marries her boring next-door neighbor for his health benefits... only to realize he's the guy she should have been with all along.

What Kaylee Carter needs, is a friend with benefits.

Health benefits, that is.

An accidental pregnancy has left her jobless and broke, with no money to cover her car payment or rent, let alone prenatal care and childbirth.

When next door neighbor Owen Taylor offers a marriage of convenience – room, board, and medical insurance – it’s an answer to prayer. But as they settle in together, Kaylee can’t help but wonder what Owen gets out of the deal.

What Owen Taylor wants, is Kaylee Carter.

Nice guy Owen has been quietly pursuing Kaylee for months, but she’s never given him the time of day. Now that he’s gotten her into his life and his bed, he’s not about to give her up.

But when Kaylee’s baby daddy comes knocking, what will Kaylee do? Does she choose her husband, or her baby’s father? The man who knocked her up... or the one who put the pieces together afterwards?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149639373
  • Publisher: Magpie Ink
  • Publication date: 7/31/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 77,653
  • File size: 164 KB

Meet the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jenna Bennett (Jennie Bentley) writes the Do It Yourself home renovation mysteries for Berkley Prime Crime and the Savannah Martin real estate mysteries for her own gratification. She also writes a variety of romance for a change of pace.
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  • Posted August 3, 2014

    I love feel good stories and Jeanna Bennet's Friends with Benefi

    I love feel good stories and Jeanna Bennet's Friends with Benefits has character, tension, and adorable people that you can't loving.

    I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about the main character in the first chapter, but once I came to know her and understood her background, I fell in love with her and rooted for her the rest of the way.  Her neighbor Owen was a winner from the beginning, although he presented me with a few surprises too.

    Kaylee was so excited and impressed by the attention of a player with a well big-shot name she took him home with her even though she wasn't typically a one-night stand kind of girl. She wasn't so impressed by the next morning and even less so a few weeks later when she realized that she was pregnant, especially after she figured out that while his name was well known, it wasn't his!  Lost and jobless she accepted the knight-in-shining-armor proposal from her neighbor whom she had pretty much ignore because he seemed too nice a guy for her. It may not have been a romantic proposal but it did include those three beautiful words, "paid medical coverage"!  Her pride long gone, the need to provide for and protect her baby pushed Kaylee into accepting the proposal. While all was not easy throughout the land, the development of the relationship and the problems the couple encountered created a beautiful R rated fairy tale. (or is that PG 13 now days?)

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