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Two tiny heartbeats…

…will change their lives forever!

Top neurosurgeons Samantha Gordon and Yanis Baptiste spend one unforgettable night together in Paris. Their reunion in London proves even more explosive when they discover Sam is pregnant with twins! Neither Sam nor Yanis is prepared for parenthood, but those two tiny heartbeats could help them find the family neither of them believed they would ever have…

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I received a copy of this book from Mills and Boon via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

My Thoughts…

For Sam and Yanis working together in Paris leads to an intense attraction. After a traumatic surgery, they enjoy an intimate encounter on Sam’s last night in the city. Sam doesn’t like letting down her guard and doesn’t expect to see Yanis again. When he takes a neurosurgeon’s role at Sam’s hospital, she is surprised, and that’s not her only shock that day.

Sam and Yanis are dedicated professionals who have to learn to adapt to a new lifestyle. Yanis is supportive, and understanding although he has doubts and worries. Sam has many issues, but as they learn to work as a personal team, they find the love they deserve.

An authentic medical setting and a heartwarming romance make this an engaging read.

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