Phoebe Gilbert and her friend's brother, businessman Max Saunders, have never seen eye-to-eye. But Max has just learned he's the father of twins, and Phoebe is the only qualified caregiver who can cope with them. Working on their past conflict sparks a potent attraction, but Phoebe won't agree to their becoming Parents of Convenience (3), to Max's dismay. New author Jennie Adams has a very accessible style, and Phoebe's an unpredictable, multidimensional character. Max isn't quite as effectively handled, and there are several plot clichés, but this is a decent read for those who enjoy baby stories.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer