Some Kind of Wonderful
#1 New York Times Bestselling Author Barbara Freethy is known for her unforgettable stories, where ordinary people find extraordinary love — and where unexpected soulmates are sometimes found right next door…
“ABANDONED BABY FOUND”
It’s the kind of story investigative reporter Matt Winters writes about — not the kind he wants to be living. When he discovers a newborn baby girl on his doorstep, he panics … then he desperately turns to his temptingly pretty neighbor Caitlyn Devereaux for help. After all, women are supposed to know everything about babies!
Caitlyn’s natural sensuality intrigues Matt … and her aching vulnerability as she holds the precious bundle piques his curiosity. The wedding gowns she creates are famous for fulfilling every bride’s fantasies, yet she firmly says that marriage — and motherhood — are not for her. But her kisses suddenly have Matt dreaming of something wonderful — and soon he’s determined to get this reluctant woman to change her mind.
“An emotional roller-coaster, it’s also tender and charming.” — Heartstrings Reviews
“A heartwarming and sometimes heartwrenching story. Strong characters, believable storyline and true romance makes Some Kind of Wonderful, well, wonderful!” — Romance Readers Connection
The title says it all: SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL is exactly that. Ms. Freethy delivers another powerful and moving story that includes a touch of the paranormal for a very poignant and satisfying ending. But start this book early — it’s an all-nighter!” — AOL Fiction Forum
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wndy2011 - LibraryThing
Caitlyn longed for a baby, in ways no one would ever understand. Then out of the blue, a baby landed on her doorstep and her entire life changed. Along with the baby came a very handsome uncle, one ... Read full review
Some kind of wonderfulUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
A baby is the last thing hard-driving journalist Matt Winters needs. But when he finds one outside his San Francisco apartment door late one night and it turns out to belong to the sister he hasn't ... Read full review