A wedding would be nice, a husband might be fun but all Casey really wants is a baby. But she's still single and the clock is ticking loudly. Casey is giving up hope of getting her happily ever after.
She's ready to try anything to become a mother but it turns out all she needs is a night with her friend/roommate and an expired condom, and the first step in Casey's plan is in motion. She's going to have a baby!
Because J.B. has had his own relationship disasters and has no plans for commitment. And that means a baby. It was one night between friends - nothing more.
At least that's what Casey thinks. She has friends and family to help her prepare for motherhood and plans to raise her baby. But what if J.B. really wants to be a part of it? Is there a chance that Casey can get her happily ever after all?
What Readers are Saying:
5 Stars!! "I would definitely recommend Unexpected (Baby! Baby? Baby?!) It was delightful, funny and entertaining.
"Perfect for a bath and wine, or a read on the beach. Be warned, though, that I picked it up and finished it the next day. I was hooked."
"The first sentence made me laugh out loud."
Find out how Casey deals with the unexpected in Unexpecting
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About the Author
Her books include Coming Home, Unexpecting and Absinthe Doesn't Make the Heart Grow Fonder. The Secret Life of Charlotte Dodd is the first in her NIIA series; the prequel, The Missing Files of Charlotte Dodd is available now and a sequel to Charlotte, The Best Worst First Date, will be out in early 2017. Holly also has a MG novel, The Dragon Under the Mountain available and is working on a sequel, The Dragon Under the Dome.
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