Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Review of Baby Fever Secrets by Nicole Snow

I received this book with the understanding that I could leave a voluntary and honest review. 

In this book we get Grant Shaw's story and we are introduced to Rebekah (Bekah) Corbin. When Grant and Bekah first meet neither knows who the other really is. Grant for once uses his real first name to a woman and isn't sure why he does that. He however finds himself having real feelings for a woman that he never thought he would. The problem is not only is Bekah the one woman he can't seem to follow his rules of one and done. She is his new business partners daughter and his new intern. What's a guy to do when the woman he is still obsessed with? Grant will find out because he knows there is a very good chance he could loose it all for this one woman. He needs to decided is she worth it all?

Bekah is sick of being used like a pawn. She knows her father isn't telling her things and she wonders if this new job at Neolithic is just another way for him to use her. Though he assures her he isn't sending her in as a spy she isn't sure. The new problem she is having though is the one man she thought she could sleep with, give her v-card to would be just someone to remember as her past. Though he really hasn't been a part of her past yet because she can't seem to forget him. So when she finds out he is her new boss she isn't sure how to react. Can she fully let go and be with this man or will the fact that she has trouble trusting destroy them before they can get started?

This is a great conclusion to the Shaw brother's books. They each can be read as stand alone's but secrets are revealed if read out of order. This book will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. There are so many twists and turns that I want to tell you all about but don't want to ruin it for any other readers. I will say this book is amazing and will have you on the edge of your seat the whole book through. I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone.

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