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by Judy Baer

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

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This novel is a classic, lighthearted Baer romance. Although the love story is nothing new, somehow the author makes it fresh and entertaining. But the argument for and against the use of doulas (birth coaches) gets quite old, and it takes an excruciatingly long time before the issue is resolved. The characters are likable, and Molly's job is not one that you generally read about in romance novels.

Molly Cassidy is a doula
with heart. Her efforts to help mothers through labor have long been looked upon as a blessing by everyone who comes in contact with her -- until Dr. Clay Reynolds moves to town. An
obstetrician with a great deal of pull
at the hospital, Clay is adamantly against using doulas. Although sparks
of romance fly between Molly and Clay, their professional differences threaten to pull them apart -- permanently. (STEEPLE HILL CAFE, Jun., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Melissa Parcel

Publisher: Steeple Hill Cafe

Published: June 2008

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