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Nick' s Baby
She was Chairman of the Board of her own company. He worked for the New York
City sewer. She wanted a baby. He needed the money. It seemed simple but could Park Avenue and Hell's Kitchen find a common ground? Kelsey O'Sullivan knew absolutely nothing about being a mother. Nick Leonetti on the other hand knew everything about being a family. They both realized they had nothing in common, but Kelsey knew beyond a doubt she had to have...Nick's Baby
"Why don't you just get married like most women and have a kid?"
"I've tried marriage, it didn't work out. I'm not cut out to be a wife, I'm a workaholic."
"Then what makes you think you'll be such a great mother? Being Chairman of the Board, doesn't make you Mother of the Year!"
5 Star Review from Scribes World
Kelsey O'Sullivan had been burned once. She wasn't going to let it happen again.
Once marriage behind her, she realized her biological clock was ticking, so while she certainly didn't want a husband, she did want a child. She could afford it. Besides, it was only another business deal.
Nick Leonetti always put family first. His values were high. It had always been family before business, even at the expense of being fired. So when he heard about a job that would enable him to move his family out of Hell's Kitchen, he applied right away. He never expected to apply for a job to buy his love.
Hestand has once again grabbed the reader's attention and not let go until the last page is turned. An unusual tale, Nick's Baby tells of a woman wanting nothing desperately wanting a child mixed with a man needing everything who doesn't want anything but his family. As Nick realizes his folly, he goes out to set things right once again. Can he prove his love to Kelsey before his child his born? And more to the point, will Kelsey realize money can't buy everything? Reviewed by Brenda Ramsbacher
Cindy Penn from Word Weaving reviews Nick's Baby and highly recommends it!
Hot dogs and caviar can mix--High recommeded.
After a note mistakenly arrives at his table, Nick Leonetti applies for a job not knowing the unorthodox nature of the position. Kelsey O'Sullivan, the woman with a voice of a goddess needs a sperm donor. She does not intend to pursue motherhood through traditonal means, but to scientifically achieve her goal. Although her note went astray, she knows from the moment of introduction that NIck is just the man to fill her needs.
Nick had held a number of unorthodox jobs, but this offer is the most outrageous of all. With a zoning ordinance about to displace his mother and siblings, Nick needs to earn the money to move them quickly. He prefers to pursue fatherhood, however, through more traditional means. And although he has his doubts that hots dogs and caviar can coexist, Kelsey makes him want to find out. Too bad Kelsey wants a baby, not a man.
Rita Hestand pens a lively romance where oposites attract in Nick's Baby.
Kelsey's determination to have a baby without a father quickly derails Nick's appearance, yet she deliberately refuses to engage in a traitional relationship. Nicky cannot ignore the fact that the high society Miss does not belong in Hell's Kitchen. Indeed, her constant habit of correcting his language only underscores the tremendous differences and adds amusing notes to the narrative. While opposites attracting is a staple of romantic fiction, Hestand's amusing narrative provides a delightful read and comes highly recommended.
Kassidy Emerson from Ebook Palace
I'm a newcomer to the "Rita Hestand" style of romance writing, but after reading "Nick's Baby", I'm hooked, and I"m sure you will be too.
This ebook is an offbeat romance, starring Nick Leonetti, Kelsey O'Sulliven, and a grab bag full of supporting characters. Leonetti is a tough-skinned construction worker. With his muscular build, and scarred face he could easily be mistaken for a New York holligan. Insted he's a dedicated family man who's searching for a way out of Hell's Kitchen.
O'Sullivan owns a successful company, and thick glasses, and boring business suits that adds to her staunch, controlling manner. She has everything that money could buy-everything she could possibly want...except Nick's Baby!
Let Rita Hestand reel you into her passionate world of intrigue where Nick and Kelsey go head-to-head and maybe even heart-to-heart, as they follow their dreams.
Reviews for "Nick's Baby"
|Reviewed by Kathleen Janz-Anderson
|Sounds interesting. I'm clicking the book into my library so I cab check it out later.|
|Reviewed by Sandy Knauer
|I'm anxious to read this book.|
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