[KINDLE] ❁ A Natural Father Author Sarah Mayberry – Dolove.info

A Natural Father 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 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 BabyBut 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

10 thoughts on “A Natural Father

  1. says:

    My least favorite from Sarah Mayberry to date, but that still makes it a fun read Most of this story is forecast from the beginning you can see the twists coming from miles ahead and none of them fail to turn up on time and in costume Still, I was never tempted to put it down or move on.Most of tha

  2. says:

    4 Stars Dominic wants than anything to be a father and after years of trying for a family, he discovers that he s sterile When he suggests a sperm donor or adoption, his wife refuses and asks for a divorce With his marriage destroyed and feeling totally rejected, Dom decides to take a break from th

  3. says:

    A Natural Father was a pretty nice read Lucy Basso s life is a mess, she has been dumped by her boyfriend of 8 years, is pregnant and has to break the news to her Italian mother, who single handedly raised both her kids and wanted better for them On top of the Lucy s self business can t seem to get a

  4. says:

    Another sweet CR from Sarah Mayberry I found Sarah Mayberry by accident a few years ago, but she s really one of the authors I like to go to when I want to read a sweet, contemporary romance The author certainly didn t disappoint when it came to A NATURAL FATHER This was so sweet I fell in love with b

  5. says:

    I m gonna give it a 5 stars because of one heart breaking scene that got stuck in my head at the end of the book.This is Sarah s 4th romantic novel about single parenting that i ve read and i believe is one of the best It s charged with many emotions like all her novels actually but the scene with Domi

  6. says:

    Overall, a good romance The issue of a secondary character not wanting children is thankfully handled better than I originally thought, although there is an underlying notion of if you don t want kids, there may be something wrong you with you off to the therapist to find out , which is a tad patronisin

  7. says:

    Would have been 4 stars, but there was a bit too much stupid, bullheaded secret keeping going on for my taste Rosie needed to talk to her damn husband about her doubts and fears And Dom needed to talk to Lucy about his sterility, instead of just pushing her away Once again it was that stupid I don t want

  8. says:

    Not bad for a first Super Romance, but not great either I dislike quick forgiveness when the man has been an absolute jerk to the woman You made me suffer for eight weeks Oh, well It s the last chapter of the story so I guess I have to forgive you Blech.

  9. says:

    On A Natural Father I loved this book Seriously I ve had Sarah Mayberry books sitting on my Kindle and on my to read shelf and now I am going to read them Okay so it will probably be months before I get back to them but still Lucy Basso finds herself single, pregnant, and a relatively new business owner Ji

  10. says:

    What I ve enjoyed most about books written by Sarah Mayberry has been the quality of the writing and the realism of her stories Every time I pick up a series romance, I m expecting, at best, an entertaining but shallow story 180 to 250 pages doesn t leave much room for character and plot development Mayberr

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