Daddy, M.D.

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Five-year-old Spike wants a daddy, and he’s picked fun-loving pediatrician Chad Markham, who moves in next door. But Spike’s Aunt Jill, who’s adopting her orphaned nephew, sees heartbreak ahead. Unable to bear children and fragile after a painful divorce, she isn’t ready to fall in love with a doctor who’s not the settling-down type. By the best-selling author of the Safe Harbor Medical series. More

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About Jacqueline Diamond

For her 101st novel, USA Today bestselling author Jacqueline Diamond launched the Safe Harbor Medical® mystery series with The Case of the Questionable Quadruplet, followed in 2017 by The Case of the Surly Surrogate. A former Associated Press reporter and TV columnist, Jackie has sold mysteries, medical romances, Regency romances and romantic comedies to a range of publishers, including St. Martin's Press, William Morrow and Harlequin. The mother of two grown sons, Jackie lives in Southern California with her husband of 38 years. She networks with other authors and belongs to writers' organizations including The Author's Guild, Romance Writers of America, Sisters in Crime and Novelists Inc. Jackie has twice been a finalist for the Rita Award and received a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award.

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Review by: JAB44 on March 27, 2016 :
I loved this book! It starts out with little 5 year old Spike walking into a doctor's office saying his tonsils fell out. Yes, FELL out. He knew he could get ice cream if he lost his tonsils so having then fall out seemed like a good idea to him. The doctor was Pediatrician Chad Markham who didn't fall for the boy's plan and took him home. There he met the boy's Aunt Jill who was in the process of adopting Spike. Sparks flew between this pair but not good sparks at first.

This is a well written fun story with some sad parts in it too. It was sad that Spike lost his parents but there were so many funny parts that made it easy to enjoy. Like the Mall Santas, fun animal scenes and Spike himself was so funny and cute as most 5 year olds are.

I was so glad I won this book in a Harlequin Junkie giveaway because I've always loved Jacqueline Diamond's books.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)

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