Baby Twins to Bind Them by Carol Marinelli

Posted November 26, 2015 by Shari in Afternoon Delight, Reviews / 3 Comments

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Baby Twins to Bind Them by Carol Marinelli
Baby Twins to Bind Them

One StarHalf a Star

Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Harlequin
Released on March 1, 2015
Pages: 134
Format: eARC
Source: NetGalley
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I don’t know how to explain just how badly written this ended up being. It was a Harlequin like I used to read in high school and I was feeling nostalgic. You know the theme of quicky romances that turn into being pregnant when the hero thinks he is infertile? Well, he really is infertile, damn it. Not an original theme, but thought I would give it a go. So wrong of a choice.

Candy Anastasi wants to forget her ex and spend six weeks with the hot new doctor, Guy Steele. Falling in love wasn’t the plan. Dr. Guy doesn’t do forever since he learned he was infertile. It’s a problem he wants to avoid. So when these two spend six week making memories, Candy ends up pregnant with twins, no daddy around and parents that are so over protective I felt like she was in a straight jacket.

In the end, I couldn’t buy into either character. Everything felt off and wrong. The two seemed only to be good for having sex and not with dealing with reality. I can’t recommend you even try this one as it was something I won’t remember after I hit publish on this review.


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Shari is the Delighted Reader. Married to her Prince Charming and mother to two Princesses and one Prince. When she is not slaving away as Cinderella she loves to get lost in the pages of a good book. Never without a reading device and a few good paperback books, because she never knows when she might get 5 minutes to read!

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I used to love them back then too

Sophia Rose

I missed this phenomenon, but I could see why the premise would grab you.

Sophia Rose

I missed this phenomenon, but I could see why the premise would grab you.