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Monday, June 29, 2009
Review - The Baby Interview by Robbie Terman
Title: The Baby Interview
Author: Robbie Terman
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
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Rating: You Want to Read
Reviewed by: Mickey
Cole Donovan is handsome, successful, and a millionaire. He's a man who gets what he wants, and what he wants is a child--without the inconvenience of a wife. One failed marriage was more than enough to teach Cole that women can't be trusted. On the day he interviews potential surrogate mothers, Cole finds the perfect woman for the job. Too bad she turns out to be his florist. Florist Lucy Chaple is more than flattered when Cole invites her to dinner. After her parents' death, her life has been little more than responsibilities--running their flower shop and raising her brother. She finds it hard to believe someone like Cole could be interested in her--and it turns out she's right. He's only interested in convincing Lucy to carry his child. But Lucy isn't about to give up her first born. Cole will do whatever it takes to change her mind, even wooing her. Everyone can be bought. He just needs to find Lucy's price--before he falls in love with her.
What’s a girl to do when a good looking man mistakes her for his surrogate?! Well, after the initial embarrassment and anger, maybe get to know him? After all Lucy Chaple is not a fool, especially when her best friend is pushing her to do more adventurous things. This little mistake is the premise driving The Baby Interview and what ultimately makes the book one part comedy and two parts romance, with the parts interchanging at will. Somehow Ms. Terman has managed to write a very sweet yet, sensual romance designed to convince the most diehard cynic into believing in happily ever after by the end of the book. Cole is the ideal hero: tall, dark, handsome and longing to be a father, absolutely perfect on paper. The only problem is he doesn’t want a mommy to be part of his equation for the “perfect family.” Lucy is his foil: blond, petite, independent and a business woman in her own right however, after raising her younger brother since their parents’ death she is not ready for another family - Cole’s proposition naturally leaves her uninspired.
Ms. Terman does a more than entertaining job of bringing these two incompatible people together and showing them the error of their ways by putting them in situations designed to help them find common ground job. I love a book that makes you chuckle out loud on one page and brings you near tears a few pages down the line. The Baby Interview touches on the contemporary topic prevalent to so many couples today: that of having a baby before the biological clock runs out only she approaches it from the male prospective. The only way this could have been more humorous would have been to make Cole the one to get pregnant instead. I really enjoyed this book, it was sweet, funny, romantic and just plain wonderful to read, and I recommend it to anyone and everyone looking for a good book to pass the time.