For Raine Featherstone, being trapped in a line shack with Lucien Kincaid, the man she once loved, is not easy. Being in close proximity makes her realize how much she wants him. To her benefit, it also shows Lucien how much he has lost. With the possibility of a baby resulting from that night, Lucien picks up the pace and starts courting Raine. And yet the past, which involves land and her grandfather's death, still lays between them. While the conflict is weak, readers will enjoy dynamic characters and Day LeClaire's talent for intense writing in THE BABY BOMBSHELL (3).

Reviewed by: 
Shannon Short