books, researched parenting classes, consulted our schedules, and it’s time.
obsession with competition.
my grandchild-crazed mother, who will go nuts shopping for a billionaire’s
a hoo-haw cam, a childbirth class led by a drill sergeant and a father-in-law
determined to sign the kid up for prep school before Declan even pulls out, my
pregnancy has turned out to be one ordeal after the other.
bestselling romantic comedy series and is a 400+ page full-length novel.
“Just because other people can’t get their act together as parents doesn’t mean we
can’t,” I explain. “There is no process that can’t be project managed into a well-oiled machine, babies included.”
months to a year away. That leaves us plenty of time to update our practices
and diversify into new areas. Find the best people, incentivize them, and keep
them in their swim lanes.”
what we need, and that’s it–we build a life based on optimal outcomes.”
Oh how I’ve missed Declan and Shannon! While sometimes I think they are the world’s unluckiest couple, they aren’t because they have each other. I love Declan so much. Even though he is a strong, ruthless business man, he is also the sweetest, most attentive husband. Declan cherishes Shannon period, but absolutely worships her while she is pregnant. So, this is the story of the pregnancy and birth of their child. It covers a lot of time but does it seamlessly. It was so enjoyable and even though it was long, I wished that it would never end. I am so happy that there will be even more books in this series. I never want their story to end. I definitely recommend reading the first one, Shopping for the Billionaire, and the ones after as it gives you the basis for this wacky, charming couple!
writes romantic comedy with an edge. From billionaires to BBWs to new adult
rock stars, Julia finds a sensual, goofy joy in every contemporary romance she
writes. Unlike Shannon from Shopping for
a Billionaire, she did not meet her husband after dropping her phone in a
men’s room toilet (and he isn’t a billionaire). She lives in New England with
her husband and three sons in a household where the toilet seat is never, ever,