Her Best Friend's Baby

Friends to lovers to.nts Mallory Lombard and Drew Driscoll grew up next door to each other in a small cottage town of Port Carling, north of Toronto Despite their differences Mallory is a homebody, Drew an independent journalist addicted to travel they ve been best friends forever.Best friends, and only friends, until one snowbound weekend on a ski trip in the Roc Friends to lovers to.nts Mallory Lombard and Drew Driscoll grew up next door to each other in a small cottage town of Port Carling, north of Toronto Despite their differences Mallory is a homebody, Drew an independent journalist addicted to travel they ve been best friends forever.Best friends, and only friends, until one snowbound weekend on a ski trip in the Rockies when unexpected sparks fly and they end up in bed together Later, they both agree it was a mistake to risk their friendship by becoming lovers.Easy enough to say, but Mallory has never cared for any man than Drew and two months later she discovers she s pregnant with his child Keeping the baby is a given but what will Drew say She s about to tell him the news when his mother unexpectedly dies.Drew changes his plans and travels back to Port Carling Before long he is completely overwhelmed Funeral arrangements, a house to sell and who will run the family newspaper now that his mother is gone Then he finds out about the baby Perhaps the universe is telling him it s time to settle down But is he ready
Her Best Friend s Baby Friends to lovers to nts Mallory Lombard and Drew Driscoll grew up next door to each other in a small cottage town of Port Carling north of Toronto Despite their differences Mallory is a homebody Dr

  • Title: Her Best Friend's Baby
  • Author: C.J. Carmichael
  • ISBN: 9780373708918
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Her Best Friend's Baby”

    1. ***TWO STARS***I don't know why, but this story just didn't grab me like the other two in the trilogy did. I didn't feel the chemistry between Drew and Mallory. I actually liked the both of their characters better in The Fourth Child, which wasn't even their story. It wasn't a bad story, just wasn't awesome for me like the other two were.

    2. A hero who does not want commitment and only thinks about himself ends up getting her best friend pregnant and feeling trapped. Even his mother's death proves an inconvenience to him because he was on his way to making a great journalistic report. And he was with another woman and he did not even remember the heroine because he thought it was a mistake to have sex with her.I confess I did not remember my first reading that he was so selfish and self centered.He sells the newspaper and the house [...]

    3. This is the second book in the series. The book was incredible! I loved the very well developed characters, the pace the writer kept from the beginning to the end, and the little twist at the final line was surprising and at the same time delicious. So sweet!It was a pleasure to read this book! I'll go for the following one in the series. No doubt about it!

    4. Her Best Friend's BabyThe story about best friends through our childhood and beyond. And how one night changes that. Can they make the move to lovers or did that one night together end the friendship? And what happens when you add a pregnancy?

    5. Mallory and Drew grew up together as next door neighbors and had been best friends all their lives. When they find themselves crossing the line one weekend, they part, agreeing that it can't happen again, their friendship is too important. When Mallory finds out she is pregnant, she is ecstatic. At 36, she had almost given up on a family. Raised by her aunt after her parents' deaths and watching Drew grow up next door with his single mother, Angie, she feels she can do it. Drew has always been a [...]

    6. This was a lovely story, although predictable. The characters were nice and there wasn't much angst, although it was emotional at times. However, I was appalled at the amount of grammatical errors, even worse than book one in this series. There were words missing, wrong words written, dreadful punctuation with a distinct lack of full stops, commas in wrong places and words written in italics where they shouldn't have been. Another major error was where Drew (who in the book is 35 yrs old) was do [...]

    7. I didn't knowbut,I figured it outThis book was Ok. Drew and Mallory were best friends who became lovers, who went back to being best friends, who happened to end up with Mallory being pregnant.As I'm writing this, I am starting to realize what was bothering me. I felt NO romantic chemistry between Drew and Mallory. I felt friendship. I could believe they loved each other. I understand that not every relationship is a grand passion. But, the uncertainty Drew and Mallory felt about the other perso [...]

    8. It Just Goes to Show YouThe first line of this story sets it up perfectly, life is unpredictable, that's what this story is about. Best friends finding love, but first dealing with many of life's unpredictable happenings. This really was a wonderful story that took you through not only Mallory and Drew's discovery of what's important but through some of their friends own turmoil too. I recommend this to everyone.

    9. Started out REALLY good, then went cold.I don't know what happened but about chapter eight I started struggling with the story AND the charactersending was of course HEA, but it was QUICK, like rabbit quick.

    10. I wish more had been done with Grady and Bess. Maybe their story will continue in the next book in the series? Unfortunately, I don't think I care enough about the two main characters of that one to read it.

    11. Grammar in the book was awful.Story was good but just predictable. Wasn't as enjoyable as the first book - A daughters place.

    12. Not as good as book one in this series but damn I went and bought book three now. Enjoying the family dramas immensely.

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