Monday, December 7, 2015

ARC Review: Life, Love, and Babies collection by Samantha Chase

Title: Life, Love, and Babies collection 

Author: Samantha Chase


Just in time for Valentine’s Day, an exciting reissue of all three novellas in the beloved Life, Love, and Babies series from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Samantha Chase
For anyone who’s ever lost their heart to a man, or a baby…or both

The Baby Arrangement
Derek Sloan is more than shocked when someone mysteriously delivers a baby to his office. Kayleigh Mitchell naturally steps up to help her boss, and soon hopes he’ll see her as more than just a temporary solution.

Baby, I’m Yours
When Nicole Taylor rediscovers the father of her child three years after their one wild night of passion, Josh Masterson is determined to prove there’s still a chance for their own happily-ever-after.

Baby, Be Mine
Jake Knight came home one night to find trouble on his doorstep—times two. With infant twins to care for, Jake desperately calls on a heartbroken ex for help…and the more time he spends with Olivia, the more he wants this makeshift family to be permanent.


I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

4 out of 5 stars

I was originally going to write separate reviews for the three novellas included in this collection but since my thoughts for all the three are similar I think this one review will suffice. All three of the novellas included in this collection were incredibly adorable and sweet romances. The three main couples were all couples that I could really root for and I really loved how all their relationships progressed because despite how cute these stories were it wasn't all sunshine and rainbows at the beginning. These three couples really had to work for their HEAs all the while dealing with the life changing aspects of having and raising children and that made the romances in this collection all the more worthwhile.

Overall, these novellas were really enjoyable, They were the perfect light and sweet romances and while this is the first work that I have read by this author, if these are the type of stories I can expect from this her I really need to get started on the rest of her backlist.

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