"I found you, Cinderella! I won't let you get away this time." At work at the hospital, Brooke sees someone she never expected to meet again... Six years ago, she spent a single passionate night with him without even telling him her name. And now, talented doctor Jed Matthews is head of his department. Brooke pretends that she's never met him before, but he sees right through her, demanding answers about on what happened that night. She can't believe that he remembersed her—and the feelings she hasn't gotten over well up inside her. But Brooke has a secret...her five-year-old son.
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The Midwife's child is truly adorable. We think that at first, it's going to be the usual love child story but it actually has a nice plot to it. The hero finds out about his son and has the heroine explain why she didn't tell him. It's better, than going off into a fit.
The heroine also has her reason for not telling the hero, which in my opinion makes sense because a person's own experience can at times judge their future choices. The hero then has her introduced to the family. He doesn't hide anything from his parents about the situation.
I loved the hero's parents. They were so nice and understanding to the heroine. The hero tries to woo the heroin into his arms and there is a problem but that's normal because there is a happy ending. Why? Because it's one of the rare cases where the heroine confesses that she's in love with the hero.
It was a good book.
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