Join us on a literary world trip!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Subscribe to read the full book or read the first pages for free!
All characters reduced
Baby Comes First - Highland Park Series - cover

We are sorry! The publisher (or author) gave us the instruction to take down this book from our catalog. But please don't worry, you still have more than 500,000 other books you can enjoy!

Baby Comes First - Highland Park Series

Beverly Farr

Publisher: Beverly Farr

  • 0
  • 5
  • 0

Summary

A secret baby!   
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes baby in the baby carriage -- but Hannah's doing it in the wrong order. 
Hannah has a secret. She's given up her dream of a traditional family and gone to a sperm bank. She's thrilled to be pregnant, but she doesn't want her handsome new boss Luke asking too many questions. 
 
Luke is a high-powered trial attorney. He doesn't have time for love, but he finds his new secretary Hannah increasingly attractive. And he senses that there's something she's not telling him. 
Baby Comes First is a sweet, clean romance in the Highland Park Series.  Each book of the series is standalone without cliffhangers and the books can be read in any order.
Available since: 05/05/2016.

Other books that might interest you

  • A Shooting Star - cover

    A Shooting Star

    Barbara Cartland

    • 0
    • 6
    • 0
    The beautiful Flavia Linwood had been living in the country until she was nearly nineteen.
    She should have been a debutante in London the previous year, but she was in deep mourning for her mother who had died suddenly.  Now at last she travels to London for her Season.
    Her father, Lord Linwood, and his friend Lord Carlsby are courtiers in attendance on Her Majesty Queen Victoria at Windsor Castle and they are very proud of their position at Court.
    Quite by chance Flavia secretly learns that they are increasingly concerned that the Queen is becoming too interested in the handsome Earl of Haugton and heeds his advice rather than theirs.
    They therefore concoct plan to get him out of their way by marrying Flavia off to him.
    She is completely horrified at the idea!  She has long ago made up her mind that she will only marry someone she loves and who loves her.
    How she tries to avoid the Earl, but finally meets him face to face and then finds that he feels exactly as she does and learns that, although he is nearly twenty-eight, he has no intention of marrying anyone, not even to have an heir to his title and fortune.
    How Flavia and the Earl plan to circumvent the ingenious scheme of Lord Linwood and Lord Carlsby.
    And, how by a strange and frightening drama at Windsor Castle, they finally find what they are both seeking is all told in this unusal romance by BARBARA CARTLAND.
    Show book
  • A Man to Marry - cover

    A Man to Marry

    Carole Mortimer

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    Cat wasn't interested in a brief fling! She'd been hurt in the past by a two-timing fiancé who'd been using her to find out a lucrative secret. She felt she would never trust a man again -- until she met her new neighbor, the dark, enigmatic Caleb Reynolds....The gorgeous bachelor was intriguing, his little son was adorable. Yet Cat couldn't help being suspicious of Caleb's motives. She longed to surrender to his passion, but that would also mean trusting him with her well-guarded secret....
    Show book
  • A Kiss From The Heart - cover

    A Kiss From The Heart

    Barbara Cartland

    • 0
    • 2
    • 0
    Lord Robert Templeton is adamant that the responsibilities of his newly inherited Earldom are not for him. Leaving his family home, Ledbury Hall, in the capable hands of his younger brother, Alec, he plunges headfirst into the heady delights of London nightlife. But his carousel of gambling, drinking and selfish pleasure is cut short and he is forced to return to home. Disenchanted by the society beauties that relentlessly pursue his handsome face and title, and willfully ignoring the attentions of an attractive but overbearing widow, the Earl swears that he will never marry. Feeling doomed to a life in the country, the Earl is delighted by his timely acquaintance with Miranda Whitby, a childhood friend who once saved his life.  Beautiful, capable and determined, Miranda inspires the Earl to plan for the future of his estate. As their friendship deepens and the Earl eagerly shoulders the responsibilities he once shirked, he is reminded of a promise he made Miranda many years earlier. But can a promise made as children withstand adult secrets? When the mysterious Lord Brookfield suddenly appears, danger hangs over Miranda threatening to destroy her dreams and the future happiness of everyone.
    Show book
  • Love and Apollo - cover

    Love and Apollo

    Barbara Cartland

    • 0
    • 7
    • 0
    The great statue of Apollo, which had fallen to the ground, was gradually broken up and pieces were carried away to England and France. Much of the statue, Valona knew, remained in Delos, but it lay too far for her to go and see it. Yet she was aware that it was still there and was, according to what she had read, filled with a tremendous power. One visitor to the statue had written, “It was splendid in its loneliness, its perfect beauty and its terrible power.” Valona was miles away, but as she stood looking towards the East, she could feel the magic of the young God, once thirty feet high. In her mind she could see his parted lips, his uplifted hands and his eyes gazing out to sea. More than two thousand years had passed since Apollo’s statue had been erected on the island, yet she knew in her heart that time had in no way weakened him. It was then that she began praying to Apollo with all her heart and soul. She asked him to bring her the true love she longed for. As the God of Light and Love, Apollo represented the fulfilment of dreams to all who worshipped him. ‘Help me, please help me!’ she begged. ‘The love I seek is the same love you give to the world and it is even more powerful than anything else mankind could possess.’
    Show book
  • Desperate Defiance - cover

    Desperate Defiance

    Barbara Cartland

    • 0
    • 2
    • 0
    Isolated monasteries nestling in the peaks, precipices and giddying gorges of the snow-capped Himalayas… The filth-encrusted and lice-infested hovels of the native people… It’s all a far cry from the genteel sophistication she’s left behind in Monte Carlo. But as always, Vivian Carrow’s as defiant as she’s beautiful – and, nursing a broken heart, she’s determined to accompany her father on a perilous mission to Tibet. Faced with a haughtily handsome and arrogant Captain whom she suspects is a murdering spy, a lecherous, drug-crazed Indian prince and gangs of murderous monks, that defiance is tested to its limits – indeed almost to the death. Will Vivian plunge to an icy death in a mountain crevasse? Or fall into love with the man she so hated.
    Show book
  • Solita and the Spies - cover

    Solita and the Spies

    Barbara Cartland

    • 0
    • 7
    • 0
    After her father’s heroic death through the treachery of a Russian femme fatale, young Solita found herself in the care of her ‘Aunt’ Mildred in Italy – the cousin of her father’s comrade in arms Hugo Leigh. 
    On Aunt Mildred’s death, a destitute, angry and hurt Solita travels to England to confront her errant Guardian, now Duke of Calverleigh, who had vowed to care for her but apparently neglected his duty for ten long years.
    It is true, he had forgotten her – largely thanks to his all-consuming infatuation with a beautiful Russian Princess. The chastened Duke determines to take Solita under his protective wing – and, as his charm and kindness dissolve her resentment, Solita’s acute intuition and talent for language soon expose the wicked Princess’s plot to overthrow the British Raj in India. 
    In this well woven tale of intrigue, Solita and her Guardian are both in mortal danger – and when she saves the Duke’s life, not once but twice, he sees this innocent young beauty in a Heavenly new light.
    Show book