His Wonder Baby
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His Wonder Baby by B. B. Hamel

01/09/2020
I was too broken to have a baby. Until my best friend put me back together and got me pregnant. When I met Will Eaton, I was a mess. He listened to me. He held my hand. Slowly, I came out of my shell, and we were best friends ever since. At least until one night when we finally gave in to our desires and he got me pregnant. The doctors all told me that I’d never have a baby, but clearly they never met Will. He gave me a little miracle and one of the best nights of my life. But as soon as I find out, Will leaves for two years. He joins a professional hockey team in Europe, and it’s like I’m torn to shreds all over. I keep my daughter a secret and vow never to speak to him again. Two years pass, and now he’s back. I hate him, but I still dream about his athletic body pressing me down on the bed. I dare you to pretend like you don’t love this… I can’t let him near my daughter. He abandoned us, even if he didn’t know about her. I’m too afraid to let him in. But I can’t help the way I feel when he’s around. I want another taste of that night, and I know he’s going to give it to me. * * * His Wonder Baby is an over-the-top miracle romance with tons of steamy scenes and bad language. It’s only recommended for readers 18+. His Wonder Baby is a STANDALONE, full-length novel. No cliffhanger. Guaranteed HEA.
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