The Bachelor's Baby Promise by Barbara McMahon

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Injured oil worker Jared Montgomery lost his best friend in a horrific accident. Now he returns to New Orleans to recuperate, bringing his friend's orphaned baby home with him. Since Jared spends most of his time traveling the world, he plans to put the little girl up for adoption, but the temporary nanny he hires, Jenny Stratford, has other plans.

Jenny is a elementary school teacher on summer vacation, escaping an awkward situation in her home town after a recent breakup with her fiance. A short-term summer job is perfect.

Soon Jared finds himself falling not only for an adorable baby but also her beautiful and outspoken nanny. But this footloose and fancy free bachelor has never been one to choose home over adventure. And Jenny is definitely not looking for any ties by summer's end.

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Winning characters, sweet loving and a relaxed writing style blend charmingly. 4 Stars Romantic Times Magazine

A rich, multi-layered love story with vibrant characters which touch the hearts of readers. Rendezvous

Enchanting tale of passionate romance in the historic French Quarter. Times Record News, Wichita Falls, TX

Delightful Reading–highly recommended. Word Wraps
 

About Barbara McMahon

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Barbara McMahon worked as an international flight attendant when younger, keeping a journal of her trips. Today she delights in being able to use descriptions she jotted down to add authenticity to settings for her books. Over sixteen million copies of her books have sold in fifty-two different countries. She still finds time to pursue her hobby of genealogy, to volunteer at the local animal shelter, and, of course, to read voraciously.
 
Published December 25, 2011 by Barbara McMahon. 234 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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