Sunday, March 7, 2010

The Bride's Baby

Sylvie Smith has a one-night stand with Tom Fielding and gets pregnant. She tells him in a letter, which of course he doesn't receive until the end of the story. He thinks the father is her childhood sweetheart, whom he believes she is marrying.

This was my first book by Liz Fielding, and I quite liked it. The characters were mature, believable and likeable, which is a very rare combination in romance novels. Nothing spectacular or particularly memorable about the story, but it was a very enjoyable and relaxing read. No angst or annoying hang-ups, just a pleasant romance.

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