We met in a trapped elevator. Emmett was on his way to work, sophisticated and handsome in his tailored suit and tie. I was on my way to the sperm bank. Awkward, right?
At 35, my life hadn't taken the path I thought it would and I was tired of waiting - I wanted a baby. And I was ready to take matters into my own hands to make it happen.
After our ill-fated elevator encounter, Emmett insisted on taking me to dinner - he also insisted on something else - that I ditch my plan involving a turkey baster and let him do the job. He would be my baby daddy. He was a wealthy and powerful CEO with little interest in diapers or playdates. And since he didn't want kids, I'd be on my own once his bun was in my oven, free to go my own way.
But once his baby was inside me, it was like a switch had been flipped, and I got a whole lot more than I ever bargained for.
This full-length standalone contains a hot, swoon-worthy hero, lots of playful banter and some hot baby-making! Enjoy.
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By Barbra Lazzarini on 12-04-2018
Omg must read❤️❤️❤️
These two characters are definitely challenging...both gorgeous and both head strong ... and chance meeting in a broken down lift.... and there it all begins ... just love how these two fights their feelings...they are so ment for each other ...definitely worth a read ... loved it... 💕💕💕
By Nina M on 10-04-2018
There isn't a Lauren Blakely book i've ever listened to and no laughed so loud, made aww noises here and there, loved where one chara5was about to be blindsided but had no way out in future chapters and this didn't disappoint. In todays world, women going parenthood alone is a norm *not that its a good thing whenn it comes to kids and their growth but somwtimes its bleak*
And then sometimes things change, your plans go out the window because love wants in and you let it.
I loved this story so much.
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By Jen Valencia on 23-03-2018
A pregnancy romance with a You've Got Mail feel
Kendall Ryan's taken the arranged pregnancy romance story line and given it a touch of You've Got Mail, the Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan hit film. Emmett Smith is a bit of a playboy, but there are reasons why he doesn't do committed relationships, misplaced as those reasons may be. Same goes for Jenna Porter, but she's got pregnancy on the brain, especially with her being in her thirties. She isn't looking for the hassle of dating and meeting "the one". She doesn't need to settle down with a man in order to have a child together with him. She may have decided to go to a fertility clinic, but getting stuck in a stalled elevator with Emmett has her taking a whole different direction.
Jenna's need for independence had her wanting to be more clinical about their approach, but Emmett brought out the more "fun" side of things by insisiting they do things the old-fashioned way. We've got the usual not-falling-for-each-other-but-then-they-do is present in the story, but then they're supposed to fall in love! That's why it's a romance. We want the happy ending. I do wish, though, that the author had done things a little differently. Maybe added a twist or two to allow it to stand out. That doesn't mean, though, that I Ryan didn't satisfy with this standalone. She did. As far as the narration goes, Sebastian York did sound as if he was dialing it in at times, but kudos to Virginia Rose for her work. Baby Daddy is a four-star listen. ♥
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
By Brandie @Bookwhore_am_I on 15-03-2018
oh holy hotness...
This book was sexy to the max! Kendall's writing draws you in with ease. I don't know how to describe it... It is written in a relatable way- not showy with fancy wording- but using slang or funny sayings I would use. She can put a witty enjoyable spin on anything.
I adore these characters! I don't like giving away plot so all I will say is that I was yelling at them the whole way. I thought the plot was awesome- definitely something lots of women can relate to. Absolutely loved it!
Narration was fabulous! It passed all my criteria for what i like in a narrator. Voices were clear- pleasing to listen to- read with feeling and soul- I have ZERO complaints!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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By Ioana on 24-07-2018
Not worth the credit
I don't like leaving bad reviews but I really don't understand how this book got 4.5 stars... Whilst the theme sounded interesting enough there was very little character development, immature dialog, and so much sex that I felt I was listening to soft porno instead of a romance book. Now I'm no prude but still, it becomes really tiresome when it's all about the sex and nothing else. Both lead characters are supposed to be adults well in their thirties, running their own businesses...so whilst maybe not the best at relationships they should at least have some modicum of intelligence. Instead, what I got was a moron agreeing to impregnate a random female after exchanging 5 sentences in a lift, said female behaving like a brainless teenager and agreeing to let that amazing example of the male species father her child ....all that while neither of them has any idea of whom the other really is, what he/she does for a job etc. Really? I know this is only a book but still, the sheer stupidity of both characters made it unbearable. In fact it was so frustrating I simply gave up two thirds in.
By LilleyLoohLah on 24-05-2018
Fun and Flirty
Predictable yet enjoyable read following CEO Emmett, who in his way to the office gets stuck in an elevator with Jenna, Jenna is on her way to the sperm bank. During their small talk in the elevator (they are the only two in it after all), it is more or less decided that Emmett will become said sperm donor, the story then follows them as they boink like rabbits and try their best not to get attached to each other, or god forbid, fall in love. Obviously there is a lot more to it than that, there’s even a little twist in the storyline. Fun flirty read, lovely characters, although Jenna did annoy me a little in the earlier chapters. The narration by Sebastian York was faultless, CEO definitely works for him.