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by Janice Kay Johnson

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ISBN:
037383361X
Author:
Janice Kay Johnson
Category:
Historical
Language:
English
Publisher:
Harlequin (February 1, 1998)
Pages:
304 pages
EPUB book:
1849 kb
FB2 book:
1560 kb
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1850 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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349


She had wanted a baby, but never at anybody else's expense. Janice Kay Johnson, HER SISTER'S BABY. Thank you for reading books on Archive.

She had wanted a baby, but never at anybody else's expense. Her hand had held Colleen's through every hurt in both their lives, never slackening until the day she died.

Her sisters baby, . 6. You know what, kiddo? I haven't had a baby in nine years. Just like I have to read your math book sometimes before I can help you, I figured it wouldn't hurt to brush up on the breathing techniques. Michael stood, too, and smiled at Colleen over Kim's head. The rare smile transformed his lean face and reminded her of the simple joy and wonder there the day she'd announced her pregnancy.

Janice Kay Johnson is the author of more than ninety books for children and adults, including the Cape Trouble novels of romantic suspense

Janice Kay Johnson is the author of more than ninety books for children and adults, including the Cape Trouble novels of romantic suspense. Her first four published romance novels were coauthored with her mother Norma Tadlock Johnson, also a writer who has since published mysteries and children's books on her own. These were "sweet" romance novels, the author hastens to add; she isn't sure they'd have felt comfortable coauthoring passionate love scenes! Janice graduated from Whitman College with a .

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Colleen loves her sister Sheila with all her heart, but her sister is unable to carry a child to term. The ending is very heart warming. This was the first and will not be the last. Colleen offers her the greatest gift of all-to carry a child for her. Sheila and her husband Michael are delighted when Colleen announces that she is pregnant. Sadly, not long after Sheila is killed in a car wreck. Colleen stuggles with the loss of her sister and realizes that the baby inside her is still half hers and wants to keep it. Besides the gift was for her sister not her brother-in-law. Colleen does not realize that Michael intends to fight for his baby.

by Janice Kay Johnson. series 9 Months Later. She'll do anything for her sister, Sheila. Books related to HER SISTER'S BABY. And if her gift takes up nine months of her life and entails morning sickness and stretch marks, well, what are sisters for? Because what Sheila wants-more than anything in this world-is a baby. And it will be Sheila's baby; Colleen has assured her sister of that. She's doing this for Sheila. Handsome and reserved, he's Colleen's brother-in-law, Sheila's husband. He, too, wants a baby-with all his heart. When Colleen offers to be a surrogate for his wife, he's stunned.

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Carrying her sister's child, surrogate mom Colleen is devastated when her sister dies in a tragic accident, and soon she and her brother-in-law become rivals in a fight over a baby who they both want to keep. Reissue.
  • Dalallador
Let me start by saying that I have read almost all of Janice Kay Johnson's books, and have enjoyed them all. But I absolutely hated this one. Colleen was probably the most selfish, self-absorbed, thoughtless character ever. And after having a very far from happy marriage to Colleen's sister he gets stuck with Colleen, who was nothing but a witch. The idea that he could fall in love with her is ludicrous. It was just so, so bad that I couldn't even finish it. Now I am trying to figure out how to remove it from my Kindle permanently.
  • Winail
At first the book was a little slow for me. I even put the book down to read another. When I came back, the book picked up and became a good one.

Be patient with this one but it is worth it.
  • Tamesya
The plot premise was handled very well. I honestly could not figure out how the situation could have been handled in a better way. Both characters ended up acting in the best interest of the children and were both likable in their own way. Lots of angst!!!!
  • ACOS
Absolutely loved it
  • Delirium
Interesting ploy, the characters were believeble, enjoyed the book
  • lacki
Good read. A little slow to start
  • Redfury
Finally, a book that explores the in-depth feelings of its characters. Colleen is a divorced mom with two children. Colleen loves her sister Sheila with all her heart, but her sister is unable to carry a child to term. Colleen offers her the greatest gift of all-to carry a child for her. Sheila and her husband Michael are delighted when Colleen announces that she is pregnant. Sadly, not long after Sheila is killed in a car wreck. Colleen stuggles with the loss of her sister and realizes that the baby inside her is still half hers and wants to keep it. Besides the gift was for her sister not her brother-in-law. Colleen does not realize that Michael intends to fight for his baby. The story that unfolds from there will make you smile and cry. Everyone's feelings are explored - Michael, Colleen, and Colleen's two other children. The ending is very heart warming. I can not wait to read more books by Janice Kay Johnson. This was the first and will not be the last.
I had never heard of Janice Kay Johnson and discovered "Her Sister's Baby" because it was at the back of a book by LaVyrle Spencer. Wow! It blew me away! Although the outcome of the plot was predictable, the characters were well developed, the plot moved slowly enough to be believable but not so slowly that I was bored. The build up of sexual tension was exciting and the dialogue between the characters (especially Colleen and her children) was believable. I stayed up till 5 AM to finish the book because I couldn't bear to put it down! I would gladly read a sequel to this story.