I was checking out the Harlequin website to see if any books appealed to me and I noticed this months Super Romance line.
Each and every one of March's releases are about being preggers! I don't read this line but is this normal??
And I can't help but wonder what kind of message this is sending out that all these women are pregnant and single. I know it happens and call me old fashioned but some of them just sound skivvy to me.
With a sizzling career in commercial real estate and an even hotter love life, Delia Carlisle can't believe she's pregnant at forty-three. Dealing in potty training instead of properties…this is not how Delia envisioned her future. Her whole world is about to change, for better or for worse.
Alexander DiRossi can feel Delia's insecurities—about the health of the baby, about the changes to her career—but most of all, about him being a younger man. But he couldn't be more thrilled with impending parenthood, or more in love with Delia. The only difficulty will be getting her to accept his marriage proposal, for better or for worse!
Discovering she is pregnant is one of the happiest moments of Diana Shelton's life. Sure, that discovery leads to a divorce, but that's a small price to have a child of her own. With a thriving business as a playground architect, she thinks life couldn't be better for her.
Or could it?
Because Jason Benton—the principal in charge of her latest commission—is making her think something might be missing. Such as a good-looking man to come home to. But is this single dad who takes life so seriously ready for a romance with a fun-loving woman like Diana? Or can she teach him that love can be as simple as child's play?
Sophie Curtis lives a big secret. She's been having an affair with Duane Koch. Their days—and nights— together are their own oasis away from the world. It's unconventional but, given the difference in their ages and her troubled past, it works for them.
Then Duane is asked to step into the political ring—an opportunity he's been waiting for. Too bad about the timing, though. Because Sophie's just found out she's pregnant, and an instant family—with her—could ruin his chances. The right thing would be for her to bow out of his life. But when he surprises her with a proposal, will she have the strength to walk away from the man she loves?
They had one night. That's all Shelby Brookes would allow herself to indulge in with Luke Tulane. Yes, he's gorgeous. And yes, he's the greatest guy she knows, but he's her best friend's brother, for crying out loud! She's pretty sure there are rules against sleeping with friends' brothers.
Then Shelby discovers she's pregnant. And Luke's determined to do the right thing—down to the bended-knee proposal and the meeting at the altar. As tempting as his offer is, Shelby's convinced she's not the marrying kind. She's bound to hurt him, and that's definitely against the rules of friendship. Still, she doesn't count on how persuasive Luke can be when he really wants something…her.
What is she thinking? Being pregnant, single and expanding her business? No doubt about it, Lucy Basso's hands are full. As if that's not enough, hottie Dominic Bianco is showing more than a little interest in her. Even her impending motherhood doesn't seem to faze him. In fact, he's acting as tender and protective as if she were carrying his baby.
But something seems to be keeping Dom from fully committing to her. If Lucy could only know what it is, she might understand. Or maybe she'd tell him it doesn't matter. Because she knows he's a good man and he'd make an ideal father.
He was—still is—the love of her life. Now, more than a year after Andrew's death, Emily Martin discovers eleven letters he'd left for her. Letters that relive the joy they found together. Letters that recall the early days of their marriage, the births of their babies, their happiness as parents.
Andrew's final wish is that Emily cherish their past but move beyond it. She's not sure she can. But the birth of her daughter's baby brings Emily a new sense of purpose and hope. And her neighbor Sam—also widowed, also ready to move on with his life—shows her that new love is possible.
And a video 'cause this song just came on the radio and I like it and it's after 2:00 am and I'm still playing with the new blog template