Review: Baby Steps (Yeah, Baby #2) by Fiona Davenport

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Review: Baby Steps (Yeah, Baby #2) by Fiona Davenport one-half-stars
Baby Steps by Fiona Davenport
Series: Yeah, Baby #2
Published by Fiona Davenport on March 11th 2016
Genres: Baby Romance, Contemporary, Erotic, Romance
Pages: 112
Format: eBook
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Guy Rule #2: No sleeping with your step-sister

Lucas St. James is accustomed to women wanting something from him. They tend to see his good looks and fat bank account but never the man underneath. After a passionate weekend with Jade Jones, he assumes she’s no different and cuts her loose. But he’s in for the shock of his life when he sees her again at his dad’s lawyer’s office.

Jade swore she’d never follow her mom’s advice about it being as easy to love a rich man as a poor one. Although she has the blonde bombshell looks to attract a sugar daddy, she’s not the gold digger Lucas accused her of being. Her mom might have lured his dad into marriage before their untimely death, but Jade is focused on making it on her own.

Now they’re permanently connected by their parent’s marriage, the terms of his dad’s will—and the fact that Jade is carrying her step-brother's baby.

This one I did not enjoy.

Baby Steps stars a couple who meet and have sex BEFORE learning they are step-siblings. The only catch is that their parents died before they were introduced but after the [parents] married. The hero thinks the heroine is a gold digger and says and does some nasty stuff to her. Most of this happening in the prologue and blurb, of course. Which annoyed the shit out of me since the story starts with a terrible info dump and a terrible person (

Anyway, after the hero finds out the heroine is preggers, he’s all on board. No remorse for his actions, no groveling. I felt like I missed a chapter somewhere or something. So I did not enjoy this one nor did I believe in the romance.

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