Katie wonders if her sudden attraction to the silent stranger at her diner has anything to do with her doctor's ominous warning that if she wants children, she'd better start having them soon. Jeremiah Gunn is handsome, but he's not very friendly. Jeremiah had hoped coming to Piney Knobb would help him accept his new and unwelcome civilian status. The last thing he wants is romance, but he's attracted to Katie. Kathie DeNosky weaves her magic yet again, and the results are spellbinding. Baby at His Convenience (4.5) is a witty and entertaining story of love between characters who do not fit the standard cookie-cutter mold.
Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck