(Book Review) “A Baby for the Doctor” by Stephanie Dees

A Baby for the DoctorA Baby for the Doctor by Stephanie Dees

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A love story of all time! Pulls at your heartstrings every step of the way.
We meet Jordan, Claire’s twin sister, from “The Dad Next Door” (I recommend reading that book first so you understand what’s going on and how Jordan came to be living the life she’s living.
When we meet Jordan’s new foster son Levi, he’s in dire straits and in need of constant medical care and such supportive love. At the same time Jordan is raising Levi she finds herself attracted to Ash, Joe’s brother (again from “The Dad Next Door”). Ash is the town doctor and the self declared “ladies man, forever bachelor”. Jordan swears there’s nothing between them and never will be, she’s boots, flannel, and jeans, where he’s khakis, bow ties, and loafers. This is a match that is sure not to work out!
Jordan tries to bury her feelings aside and devote herself to her charge, Levi, but is this truly what her heart wants? Is this truly what God has planned for her?
Ash finds himself struggling with feelings of his own for this woman he never thought he’d care for in such a way, especially after some difficult times in his past. He tries his hardest like Jordan to hide his feelings and deny that this is what his heart wants.
Will Jordan and Ash finally get together? Will they be happy as a family of three? Will Levi finally have two true loving parents?
You’ll have to read “A Baby for the Doctor” to find out all the answers to these burning questions and more!

(I was given this book in exchange for an honest review, I was not obligated in anyway to give a five star rating)

~Steph

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