There's one test that a single woman doesn't want to come out positive
For Pam Carver, trouble comes in the form of a home pregnancy kit. She wants her baby, but with the father completely out of the picture, she's all on her own. Then her friend and colleague Grant Gilbert makes her an incredible offer. Marriage for one year.
Pam needs a father for her baby. Grant needs help with his estranged son. Marriage in name only is a good idea. But it isn't easy trying to fool your family and friends into thinking you're in love. It's even harder trying to convince your spouse that you're not in loveespecially when you actually are.
|Series:||9 Months Later , #1059|
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About the Author
Laura Abbot , a career educator, and her husband built their retirement home in Arkansas in 1992. After selling to Harlequin Superromance in 1994, she committed to creating stories with happy endings and now writes for Love Inspired Historical. Mother of five and grandmother of eleven, Laura enjoys traveling with her husband. Her ideal day, though, is curling up with a good book on her lakeview porch.
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Thirty something Pam Carver teaches senior English at Fort Worth¿s Keystone high school where the faculty and students respect her and most of the male pupils are half in love with her though she is behaves like a classic spinster in the classroom. However, two weeks before the school term starts, Pam learns that condoms are not one hundred percent fool proof as she is pregnant. His ex-wife Shelly gives Keystone¿s boys basketball coach Grant Gilbert an ultimatum. He finds a housekeeper if he wants their teenage son to live with him or Andy goes to boarding school while Shelly goes abroad with her latest man. When Grant learns of Pam¿s plight he offers her the security of marriage for one year, which she accepts. As they fool everyone into believing they love each other both tries desperately to persuade the other that they¿re not in love. YOU¿RE MY BABY is an engaging contemporary marriage of convenience drama. The lead couple appears no different than most protagonists starring in novels with this theme. However, Andy¿s jealousy of his unborn ¿brother¿ freshens the tale while providing an enticing side dilemma that many families face. In her sequel to CLASS ACT, Laura Abbot furbishes fans with a warm relationship romance. Harriet Klausner