Baby, Oh Baby!

Baby, Oh Baby!

by Robin Wells

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BN ID: 2940015939965
Publisher: Robin Wells
Publication date: 11/05/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 560,585
File size: 472 KB

About the Author

Robin Wells is the author of sixteen critically-acclaimed novels which have been translated into eighteen languages. The winner of the National Golden Heart Award, two National Readers’ Choice Awards, the Holt Medallion, and numerous other awards, Robin lives just outside New Orleans.

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Baby, Oh Baby! 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
AuthorKellyMoran More than 1 year ago
Baby, Oh, Baby by Robin Wells Two years ago, Jake Chastaine had it all. A brilliant law career, wealth, and a beautiful wife. Then it all came crashing down when his parents and wife were killed in a car crash. Just as he's starting to move on, he discovers the fertility clinic he and his wife attended used his sample to get another woman pregnant. Anne Hollister enjoys her peaceful life on an Oklahoma ranch with her daughter. Until a stranger shows up claiming to be Madeline's father and wanting to be a part of her life. Can these two work things out for the better of a little girl? And can both move on from their past to love again? This was first published in 2001. Wells got her rights back and republished this story with a few modern corrections and additions. If, like me, you enjoy Wells, this is a must read, even if you read the previous addition. Wells writes with humor and wit, and with such an underlying sadness and reality you just get sucked right in. These two characters were smart and relatable. There was no misunderstanding and they resolved issues like adults. There wasn't a second that went by where I didn't root for them. These two deserved a happy ending. The daughter was adorable, and the secondary characters, Tom and Susannah, added to the story. The setting was detailed and researched. Most notable was this was a very dialog-driven plot that never lagged. Not to be missed.