Unexpected Complication

Unexpected ComplicationI didn t actually choose this book, I got it in a bargain bag at the thirft store It started off well How could you not like an opening sentence of, There was nothing dignified about peeing on a stick But I quit after the heroine, who can barely pay her bills as it is, refuses any financial support from the baby s father because she s too proud to accept it I am utterly sick of this theme You don t want the humilation of asking for money which is due you as child support it s his kid too fine But you don t make your child suffer for your pride I would have been okay with it if the heroine had been financially secure, but she wasn t. For this book it was very predictable, but a likeable predictable. Rating 3.5 stars It was really a pretty good story I enjoyed reading it. Really loved this novel, especially the angst at the end, it was pretty great to read It definitely fed my pregnancy novel addiction. This Is Not How She Pictured Her LifePregnant, Single And No Prospect For Love How S A Globe Trotting Freelance Photographer Like Carey Langford Supposed To Cope Well, Love Will Just Have To Wait While She Focuses On Her Baby And Getting Through This Pregnancy AloneBut Not Completely Alone Thank God For Devin Colyer, Her Best Friend Since High SchoolAnd Devin S Really Trying To Be There For Carey In Fact, He Just Might Be Falling In Love With His Good Buddy If Only He Could Get Past The Fact That She S Gotten Herself Pregnant By The Man He Hates Most In The World

Amy Knupp is the author of contemporary romance, a freelance copy editor for Blue Otter Editing, a freelance technical writer, and a marketing consultant for a local start up company She loves words and grammar and meaty, engrossing stories with complex characters.Amy lives in Wisconsin with her husband, two teenage sons, four cats, and two box turtles She graduated from the University of Kansas

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 304 pages
  • Unexpected Complication
  • Amy Knupp
  • English
  • 05 June 2019

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