Midwives On-Call by Sue McKay and Susan Carlisle

Midwives On-Call by Sue McKay and Susan Carlisle
Publisher: Harlequin
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (380 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Nymphaea

Midwives On-Call: Midwives, Mothers and Babies – Lives Changing For Ever… !

His Best Friend’s Baby by Susan Carlisle

Ex-army medic Ryan Matthews loves his work as a midwife – bringing life into the world helps him forget losing his best friend in Iraq. But when Ryan finds his friend’s pregnant wife Phoebe on his doorstep his whole world is turned upside-down… and he finds himself fighting against a love he’s never dared to believe exists!

Midwife…to Mum! by Sue McKay
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The family she’s always longed for…

Locum midwife Ally Parker never puts down roots and that suits her just fine. A former foster kid, she’s used to moving on. Her new job is meant to be just another temporary placement until she meets her boss, sexy single dad Dr Flynn Reynolds!

It might have started as a fling but soon Flynn and his adorable son have Ally longing to stick around. Can Flynn persuade Ally that she’s finally found her forever family?

There are babies all over the place!

Both of these stories are strong. The authors knew their subjects well and their characters even better. I felt like I was immersed in the characters’ worlds. I couldn’t put the book down.

In Midwife…to Mum! there is Ally and Dr Flynn. These two personify the feel-good story. Yes, there is a roller coaster of emotion going on here and I needed the tissues, but I recommend the read. The growth of these characters is great and not to be missed. The writing is tight and the romance fantastic.

In His Best Friend’s Baby, Ryan and Phoebe find out how hard the row can be to hoe, but how rewarding it is when the work is done properly. Ryan is a bit of a tough nut. He doesn’t believe in love, despite falling for Phoebe. Then there’s the little matter of her pregnancy. He can bring babies into the world, but when the kid is his best friend’s kid…things get sticky. I loved how these two found their happy ending and would gladly read this book again.

If you’re looking for a good read that’s guaranteed to bring a smile, then this might be the book for you.

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