Fired from her research job, facing eviction, widow Callie Stevens has few options -- so when her ex-boss, widower Grant Carver, proposes that she marry him and have his child, she agrees. The wedding's a blur, the honeymoon's a dream, but Callie soon realizes Grant has never dealt with his loss. That's a problem, because Callie's about to become the guardian of a dying friend's child -- and Grant can't accept the girl because she reminds him too much of his own daughter. Raye Morgan's The Boss's Pregnancy Proposal (2) fails to engage because Grant's motivations seem inconsistent, and the "convenient marriage" scenario comes across as cold-blooded and silly here.
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Catherine Witmer