Baby Be Mine by Vivian Arend

Baby Be Mine by Vivian Arend
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (157 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Since the moment Katy Thompson transformed from annoying tagalong to desirable woman, Gage Jenick has awaited his chance. When she kicks her boyfriend to the curb, he doesn’t hold back—in spite of the next-day work assignment that will take him completely off the grid for two long months.

After a head injury sustained on a storm-swept road, Katy can’t remember her own email password, much less how the little pink “positive” on the pregnancy stick got there. Barring an influx of midi-chlorians, she’s at a loss to explain what happened, or when…or with whom.

Suddenly Gage is back in her life as if he has a right to be there. While she vividly remembers the crush she had on him, she’s no one’s charity case. But another thing she’d forgotten was just how stubborn Gage can be—especially when her domineering ex tries to stake a claim…

Baby Be Mine kicks off a brand new series from the very talented Vivian Arend. It was a wonderful book. I enjoyed it from start to finish and cannot wait for more of the Thompson family. It was an interesting story that has me hooked on this new series already.

A lingering crush that suddenly turns into something more for Katy and Gage. It began as a flickering spark and quickly turns into a blazing flame. One night of passion that brings serious consequences. A twist of fate and memories are washed away. A love forever lost ? Well, that’s what this story is about. It’s dramatic to say the least. Two men staking their claim, and Katy doesn’t know which one is telling the truth. A jealous ex is out to make trouble, while Gage is determined to claim what is his.

As usual, Vivian Arend did an absolutely fantastic job on this book. It had a great plot, and wonderful characters that I liked reading about. I loved Gage ! He was all alpaha male, but different in his own way. He was possessive without being a jerk. I liked Katy. She made a strong heroine, just the way I like. She was a bit confused about things, but she never let anybody run over her. Arend did good by showing her frustrations at the gaps in her memory and the way things changed for her. So the story was well developed in that. For a short novel, the story had quite a bit of dramatic tension that kept things interesting. Gage had a past that no one knew about. It brings an intensity to the story without dominating the story line. I felt that the romantic relationship was the driving force in this story. It was sweet how Gage stood by Katy. They had good chemistry and the love scenes were scorching hot. Near the end there was some angsty drama in store for them before they could have their happy ending. This part made me enjoy the book even more than I already had.

Another thing that I liked about the book was how Arend explored the dynamics of this family we are going to be reading about. I gathered some interesting clues about some of the stories that might be right around the corner. It is very promising and I can’t wait for more.

So I enjoyed this book a lot. Vivian Arend fans are bound to love it as well. I would recommend it to everyone as a light, sexy read that you won’t want to put down. So happy reading !

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