Tuesday, October 21, 2014

A Weaver Christmas Gift by Allison Leigh

Help Wanted: Husband

Jane Cohen is in a quandary: she needs a man for her baby plan. Love and marriage are nonnegotiable—it's the traditional route or bust. So it's time to cut Casey Clay loose—her friend with benefits doesn't do commitment. But this impossible, irresistible man sets the bar awfully high for her husband hunt!

No matter how deep Casey's feelings run for the sexy bar owner, when it comes to kids, he can't give her what she wants. And his secrets don't stop there. But as the mistletoe goes up around Weaver, 'tis the season for their moment of truth…and their shot at true love.
Series: Harlequin Special Edition\Return to the Double C (Book 2365)

Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Harlequin (October 21, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0373658478
ISBN-13: 978-0373658473

My review: A Weaver Christmas Gift by Allison Leigh


A Weaver Christmas Gift is a nice romance. It is also steamy a couple of love scenes I skipped over. I like the Weaver family but I have only read a few of them.

Jane Cohen has been sleeping with Casey for a year now. Jane decides she wants a baby while she is in bed with Casey. Shocks him. Jane decides that she can't be sleeping with him because she also wants a husband too.

Jane owns the local bar in Weaver. She even thinks of giving dates away like she does the lunch each month with business cards. Jane thinks her sleeping with Casey is a big secret.

Casey Clay is keeping a lot of secrets. He does not want to get married and have a family. Casey can not keep thinking about Jane. Some things go wrong at work for him too.

Casey and Jane can't stay away from each other but they can't be what each other wants or needs.
Lots of drama, family and mourning. Their are some lines of the story that carry over into other books and I want to know how they are solved. Also I think I might have missed something by not reading all the other Weaver books.

I was given this ebook by Net Galley and Harlequin to read for the purpose of honestly reviewing it.

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