Book Review

BEGINNING WITH THEIR BABY
by Tracy Wolff

Genre: Series, Harlequin Superromance, Current Series Imprints

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BEGINNING WITH THEIR BABY (4) by Tracy Wolff: After artist Camille Arraby left him heartbroken when she went to tour the world, architect Matt Jenkins is determined to guard his heart when she shows up on his doorstep pregnant with his child. The two move in together, and after several months, Matt realizes he still loves Camille and wants to commit. Unfortunately, Camille’s past growing up in an emotionally abusive family may never let her have a healthy adult relationship. This is a lovely story about the power of love to heal all wounds. Wolff’s depiction of Camille’s insecurity is quite well done, as is her eventual realization of Matt’s love.

Reviewed By: Alexandra Kay

Publisher: HARLEQUIN

Published: July 2010

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3 Stars

Average Rating: 3 Stars
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Beginning With Their Baby /9 Months Later/

Submitted by mlacroix on August 10, 2010 - 6:11pm.

To Camille Arraby life is simple. Never stay in one place for long and get while the getting is good. But this time Camille ignored her inner voice and stayed with Matt Jenkins for several months. Now she has to go.
Three months later Camille is back and Matt is just now getting over her. That was until she showed up on his doorstep and told him she was pregnant. Matt is no longer the temporary fling, but the father of her child and he want's to be a father to the baby. Now Camille has a decision to make... can she put down roots with a man she's falling in love with.

I really loved the personal dynamics of this couple. Matt was so OCD about everything and Camille was so scared of commitment. I would have given this book a better rating, but the last chapter or two screwed the book up. Attention editors read the book... There were several typos in here that ruined the whole feeling of the book. The hero's name was Matt not Reese. Reese was Matt's best friend and hero in the last book.