Image of The Pregnancy Promise


Image of The Pregnancy Promise
While she's dedicated to her job as an analyst for Traynor Elliott's security company, Lianne O'Mallory has always planned to marry and have a family. But she's single and facing a hysterectomy -- so time's run out. Then, suddenly aware of his own mortality, Tray offers to marry Lianne and try for a baby. She agrees, without considering the consequences -- such as falling in love with her boss. The first book of Barbara McMahon's Unexpectedly Expecting duet, The Pregnancy Promise (2), places sympathetic Lianne in a nasty predicament, but marriage to emotionally stunted Tray seems a poor solution. There's also little going on in terms of plot or real conflict.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer