Saturday, August 3, 2013

The Surrogate's Secret by Mimi Barbour Review

Title: The Surrogate's Secret
Author: Mimi Barbour
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 193
Price: $2.99 or FREE for Prime Members
Rating: 4 out 5 stars

Book Synopsis:

Surrogate mother, Sheri O'Connor, loves her adorable twins. Since the donor parents were killed before their birth, she's gladly taken on the responsibility to raise them herself. When their Chilean Uncle, Miguel Rivera, arrives with no warning, expecting to take them back to his country, she unravels and coldly informs him that isn't going to happen. After all, they were her eggs used in the In Vitro process. Consequently, her claim supersedes anyone else's. Never in a million years does she dream that the South American heartstopper wants her babies so much that he will force her to marry him by threatening to withhold the money she needs for an operation for her tiny son.

Miguel knows women aren't to be trusted. Didn't his devious fiancĂ© give him up for dead and marry someone else while he spent months being held hostage in the jungles of Columbia? If his mother hadn't brought a team to save him and end up getting shot during the rescue, he wouldn't be alive. Therefore, if the only thing that can help his Mamacita from succumbing to her wounds is to adopt his dead brother's surrogate children, then he will do anything to see that happen. Even marry the ditzy blonde whose saving grace, beside her gorgeous body and beautiful face, is her absolute devotion to her babies. 


The Surrogate's Secret by Mimi Barbour is the type of book that many women will fall in love with. Not only is there a mother that would do anything to protect her babies, but there is a devious man that wants those babies to grow up in their father's home country. The man will do anything, even force the woman to marry him. But, what happens when attraction builds between the two? Can the man learn to give relationships another chance and can the woman see past his devious nature and understand why he needs the babies so badly? As with other Mimi Barbour books, readers will experience a variety of emotions as they flip through the pages of this well-developed romance.

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