AND BABY MADE THREE
When Kate Sinclair impulsively agreed to become a surrogate mother for a divorced socialite, she hadn't counted on the other woman reneging on the contract midway through the pregnancy--and telling Kate she'd changed her mind and no longer wanted the baby.
That left Kate with no choice but to approach the socialite's ex-husband, South Carolina real-estate tycoon Morgan Rhett. Morgan was too busy to stop and smell the roses. Would he take time out for fatherhood?
Morgan made it hard to remember that he and Kate had nothing in common except Morgan's baby. Especially when he proposed an outrageous solution to the real roadblock confronting them.
It was in the fine print of Kate's contract . . . .