Baby Yours by Kennedy Fox

I love that I am able to receive ARCs from authors. It’s an honor to read books that you love and then review them. Which brings me to my review for Baby Yours by Kennedy Fox. Every chance I get to read an ARC by Kennedy Fox, I rush to the opportunity.

I started reading Kennedy Fox for the past six to eight months and I can’t get enough… (clearly I am trying to catch up)!  After Kennedy Fox left us all with the cliffhanger in Baby Mine, I couldn’t wait to start reading the second book in the duet- Baby Yours. It is a true definition of a strong, beautiful love story. There are hardships, heart ache, and pain. However, if you can conquer the pain then you can conquer finding true love. That is how I feel when I read Hunter and Lennon’s story. They had to go through so many ups and downs. Hunter had to be a best friend to Lennon. And Lennon had to let him be that friend.. even when Hunter was a major pain in the ass. They both had to overcome the pain to move on to the future even when there are many surprises!

I LOVED everything about this book. It was such a fun read even when at times I wanted to cry!

If you are looking for a laugh out loud, sitting on the edge of your seat, and add some tears then read Baby Yours by Kennedy Fox! It is LIVE NOW!!

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Synopsis: 

The worst day of my life happened when Brandon died. 
We had our entire future mapped out. 
Careers, marriage, kids—in that order. 
Then the universe threw a curveball and ended it all. 

As I come to terms with everything, I learn I’m carrying his baby. Now I’m living with his roommate, the guy who’s made my life a living hell the past two years. Hunter’s now the one to hold me up when all I want to do is fall. 

Knowing my religious parents will never accept the pregnancy out of wedlock, Hunter offers to be my fake husband. While I think he’s gone crazy, it’s the only plan that’ll keep them in my life. So I do whatever it takes to make our relationship believable—kissing, touching, even letting him hold me when we sleep. The lines are so blurred neither of us want to admit we’re no longer pretending. 

The guilt of what we’re doing eats me alive as I struggle to deal with my emotions. I push him away, but he pulls me closer, showing me how he’s always felt. 

Just as I begin to follow my heart, I learn Hunter’s been keeping secrets.
And I’m left to make the hardest decision of my life…

As many of you know, I receive book boxes once a month. One of my favorite book boxes is The BookWorm Box. This months box, I received two books- Love Online by Penelope Ward and Best Laid Plan by LK Farlow. Also, a Penelope Ward PinMate.

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I have read books by Penelope Ward but I have not read any by LK Farlow. So my Love Story Weekend recommendation is…

Best Laid Plan by LK Farlow

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Synopsis: 

The summer before my senior year of high school I had only one goal: to make Alden Warner see me as more than his best friend’s annoying little sister.

Finally, my wish came true and he noticed me. In a big way. Too bad that the next morning he had no memory of our night together, leaving me heartbroken, and as I later discovered…pregnant.

For the last four years, I’ve been rocking the single mom thing, making sure my daughter comes first. In fact, everything is going fine—until Alden storms back into my life, as my new boss.

His reappearance wasn’t something I planned for. Add my nosy, meddlesome three-year-old and an overprotective brother, and I’m obviously in way over my head.

My only hope now is that I can sway Alden to see things my way…but you know what they say about the best laid plans…

I hope everyone has an amazing, safe Memorial Day weekend! How is it the start of summer already?

Always,

Kait

1 thought on “Baby Yours by Kennedy Fox

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