[Epub] ↠ Baby Twins: Parents Needed Author Teresa Carpenter – Snackgo.co.uk

Baby Twins: Parents Needed She S Left To Cope With TwinsRachel Adams S Independent Life Is Turned Upside Downwhen She S Named Guardian To Two Orphaned Twins It Shard To Suddenly Be A Mom To Two Demanding Babies, But In No Time They Steal Her Heart And Their Stand In Dad When Gorgeous Co Guardian Ford Sullivan Turns Up, He Starts To Take Charge Rachel Realizes It S Best For Thebabies If She And Ford Work Together But Being Thisclose To Ford Makes Rachel Wonder Whether Stand Inmom And Dad Could Become Forever Bride And Groom.

10 thoughts on “Baby Twins: Parents Needed

  1. says:

    Adorable and warm hearted romance

  2. says:

    3.5 Nice read with quick turn of events

  3. says:

    Sweet story.

  4. says:

    It s very inspirational and romantic story of twins Thanks for sharing it.

  5. says:

    cute just about sums it up though in terms of parenting 10 months old twins noting book is published less than 10 years ago, I wonder about the food they re feeding the babies french fries pancakes dusted in sugar With all the healthy eating fad these days especially in regards to babies, it doesn t compute Even if they re not experienced parents common sense Or maybe that s just me I ve fed my 10 months old bub pancakes cooked from scratch but there s no sprinkling of anything on top

  6. says:

    More like 2.5 stars because this book cried out for some major proofreading and editing, but the story itself was okay, if a bit rushed Then again, it s a Harlequin, so it wasn t like I was expecting Shakespeare I wouldn t normally pick one of these up, but I m a sucker for orphaned babies plots This one came complete with a Navy SEAL hero, which didn t hurt

  7. says:

    Heartwarming, short and nice No wicked witches involve Only a selfish bitch Rachel s mom Thank god the author killed her off in the book Other than that, it s fun to read books involve babies Especially twins

  8. says:

    Short and sweet.

  9. says:

    This was the first Teresa Carpenter book I read It is a good book to pass the time with It would just be a book I would read only once.

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