Love to Love you Baby
There are probably worse things in life than being single, filthy rich, and retired before your thirtieth birthday, but darned if Jack Trehan can think of any. With his major league career prematurely curtailed, his agent trying to convince him to do voice-overs for Japanese commericals, and nary a stick of furniture in his mansion, Jack figures he’s hit rock bottom. Then he finds the wicker basket on his porch – with a real live baby inside…
If Keely McBride had her way, she would be decorating lavish Manhatten penthouses. Instead, the die-hard Mets fan is stuck pinch-hitting at a suburban Pennsylvania interior designn firm, with a disgruntled former Yankees pitcher-turned-doorstep daddy as her first client. In no time, Keely’s been swept into a loony household complete with an abandoned infant, a dotty old aunt, and a couple of bumbling would-be mobsters… not to mention being swept off her feet by charming Jack, who quickly recruits her as a nanny. Somehow, when it comes to the tantalizing Mr. Trehan, Keely just can’t say no. But when he pitches her a curveball straight from the heart, it’s a whole new ballgame…
It seemed like a great idea at the time. Jetting off to Las Vegas to marry All-Star Philles catcher Tim Trehan, the high school crush she couldn’t forget, was hands-down the most spontaneous thing Suzanna Trent had ever done. Just three short months later, however, reality has set in… and the romance is kaput. Getting hitched on the fly to a guy who’s barely in town long enough to unpack his suitcase was a big mistake. Yet what should have been a clean break with a quickie divorce soon gets messier. Kittens – the illegitimate offspring of their two cats, and babies – the legitimate one Suzanna’s carrying – have complicated things. Before long, Suzanna’s entered a whole new world of cravings and expanding waistlines – even as Tim realizes he’s never found her more attractive. But for her baby’s sake, Suzanna doesn’t intend to strike out in love again. If Tim’s serious about recapturing her heart, he’d better be prepared to bat a thousand…
REVIEW: I linked these two books because they go together. Jack and Tim are identical twins and for those that know me and my kids you know that I have a soft spot for twin boys as I have a set of my own. I loved this series the first time that I read it years ago. I have to say that I laughed just as hard this time around as I did the last time I read it. These two reminded me so much of my own boys that I fell in love with them with the fist page. You can definitely tell that Kasey has sons. If you have sons than you will love these two books.