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Those Baby Blues
     

Those Baby Blues

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by Sheridon Smythe
 

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Hadleigh Charmaine felt as though she had been cast in a made-for-TV movie. The infant she had taken home from the hospital was not her biological child, and the man who had been raising her real daughter was Treet Miller, a film star with sizzling baby blues. But when those famous peepers settled on her, the hardworking, single mother refused to be hoodwinked--even

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Hadleigh Charmaine felt as though she had been cast in a made-for-TV movie. The infant she had taken home from the hospital was not her biological child, and the man who had been raising her real daughter was Treet Miller, a film star with sizzling baby blues. But when those famous peepers settled on her, the hardworking, single mother refused to be hoodwinked--even if his once-over made her shiver with desire. Treet knew he'd found the role of a lifetime: father to two beautiful daughters and husband to one gorgeous wife. Now he just had to convince Hadleigh that he wasn't feeding her a line, that in each other's arms they had the best shot at happiness. He planned to woo her with old-fashioned charm and a lot of pillow talk, until she understood that their straight-from-the-headlines story could have a Hollywood ending.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000164877
Publisher:
The Wild Rose Press
Publication date:
12/13/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
594 KB

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Those Baby Blues 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Her former husband Jim Leigh demanded DNA testing of their child though Hadleigh Charmaine has never had any other lover. The test result shocks them when Dr. Manubay informs them that neither one are the biological parents of Samantha. Jim wants to sue the hospital for giving them the wrong baby while Hadleigh wants the nightmare to go away as she loves the child that she has raised by herself. Dr. Manubay tells them that he must report the mistake to County central Hospital.

Hollywood star Treet Miller loves his daughter whom he has raised by himself. Her ¿mother¿ Cheyenne Windsor wanted nothing to do with the baby, vowing that Treet would not get her either. When he learns the news Treet, like Hadleigh, refuses to give up the child he raised alone, but has a need to meet his biological offspring. As the adults struggle with the switch, they fall in love, but Hadleigh remembers the portrait Cheyenne painted of Treet. Adding to the confusion is that Cheyenne has returned stirring up further misconceptions.

The writing team of Sheridon Smythe avoids clichés while relating a tale of love on several levels within a story line that grips the reader as soon as Dr. Manubay announces the DNA results though why Jim insisted on the test is beyond the comprehension of this reviewer. The lead couple and their children are delightful cast members, but neither one of their former partners contains a redeeming characteristic. Still THOSE BABY BLUES provides the audience with a deeply ardent tale of love.

Harriet Klausner

Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the story of babies being switched at birth and the resulting confusion for all when the switch is discovered. Sheridan Smythe takes us through this experience, which is made even greater by the fact that the father in this story is a drop dead handsome actor, with her characteristic humor. I would definitely consider this book a must buy.