Blame It on the Baby by Jennifer Archer
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (95 pgs)
Heat Level: sensual
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum
When an act of fate results in the world’s first pregnant man, swollen feet are the least of his problems!
Tory Beecham-Todd is fed up with being taken for granted. When will she have time to accomplish her goals and live her dreams? Her husband Dillon has it easy. He has only one job, while she’s a college student, part-time law clerk, and full-time mother to their daughter with another child on the way.
Now Dillon’s ambition to buy into the restaurant business consumes all of his time and threatens her plans to enter law school. Doesn’t he realize she needs his help? Tory wishes Dillon could experience her life firsthand. Maybe then he’d understand…
When her offhand wish is granted, Tory and Dillon struggle to regain their lives. Only a mutual understanding will change them back, but will they reach it before it’s too late?
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