Dealing with you isn’t easy, Blake Adams! You’re a pain in the ass! If it weren’t for the money, I would’ve never agreed to do this, especially not with you!
The only thing that mattered to me was having the baby that my late wife and I could never have. I shouldn’t have let the surrogate agency talk me into using Tasha Williams, but she was my only option – or so they said. But now, I’ve got a black baby that should have been born white. Tasha may have duped me, but I’m not letting her off the hook. The contract says the baby is mine and there’s nothing she can do about it.
When I found the surrogate ad, all I wanted to do was make some quick bank to move into a better neighborhood with my four-year-old daughter, Nikki. Now I’ve got a baby that I want, with a piece of paper that says I can’t have him. But I promise he will be part of our lives – contract or not. And be claimed by Blake Adams? He better not count on it.
The Baby is Mine is a complete, standalone BWWM romance novel with no cliffhanger. It contains some intense, steamy scenes and is not recommended for readers under 18. What about a happy ending? You’ll have to read to find out!
I received this audio book from the author for an honest review.
This book was something totally different. I haven’t read a book like this ever, so I was really intrigued to see what happened. I would almost call this a enemy to lovers story after listening to the backstory of the two main characters Blake and Tasha.
Blake is kinda a major douche bag. I mean I feel bad for the dude because his wife did die and he was paying big money to have her embryo implanted into a surrogate. He is hoping to have a little bit of her after she is gone.
Tasha is a single mom who is looking to get some money to help get her and her daughter out of a bad living situation. Tasha is a sweet but yet stubborn chick who is not thrilled with her surrogate father.
Blake and Tasha have to come to the terms of a child that shouldn’t be yet is. When White Blake’s child is born black, he is stunned. Tasha, who is his black surrogate, doesn’t understand what in the world happened. I mean she didn’t do anything wrong and yet the baby isn’t white.
The couple fight and argue but then Blake strong armed Tasha into moving in with him. The couple struggle with the new dynamic of THEM as a family plus adding in her daughter to the mix. They are dealing with is family and how they can make this work. They suddenly start to feel an attraction to one another, and both wonder if love is possible. Watching this interracial struggle to make it work was a good read.
Vivian Ward is a romance author from St. Louis, Missouri. She pens dark and dirty stories about alpha heroes and strong heroines with emotional HEAs. Vivian is happily married to her real-life Prince Charming who is also her best friend. One of her guilty pleasures is reading and writing smut while indulging in chocolate caramel candies.
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