Baby Under the Mistletoe

My latest book, a Harlequin SuperRomance titled Baby Under the Mistletoe, arrived in stores last week!

Here’s the back cover copy:

Having a baby isn’t exactly in Soleil Freeman’s plans. Being single and pregnant? Even further off her to-do list. Still, she can make this work…if she can figure out how to handle the father.

West Morgan is absolutely perfect summer distraction material. But building a life with a guy who’s all about picket fences and tradition is not her deal. Funny thing happens when she drops the “Merry Christmas, you’re gonna be a dad” news, though. That delicious attraction that fueled their affair is alive and well. And when West embarks on a campaign to be a family, she’s more open to the idea than she thought!

And if you’d like to order a copy online or read an excerpt, you can do so at EHarlequin, among other places.

2 comments

  1. Donna

    reading Baby under the mistletoe right now…..I think Soloil is experencing the world’s longest human pregnancy. on page 13 she is 5 1/2 months pregnant. on page 22, West confirms the 5 1/2 month pregnancy as he has been trying to forget her for that long. page 25 – the last time they slept together was in June – add 5 months and your looking at November. Later, on page 31, Soloil notices the porch is decked out in Holiday wreaths and garlands….sounds Christmas to me. Of course by now time has passed in the story, we coud be in early December. The final kicker is on page 163 when Soloil and West go for the sonogram. The Doctor states May 1 as her due date…… June to May???? way tooo long to be pregnant ! ! !! Other than that, I am enjoying the story.

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