Baby Twins to Bind Them

By: Carol Marinelli

The ultimate baby bombshell!

For delicious Dr. Guy Steele, life is all about flirting and never about forever! It’s the only way to avoid discussing the painful issue of his infertility. So a fling with Candy Anastasi, the sexiest nurse in the hospital, is the perfect solution…right?

Candy’s desperate to take her mind off her good-for-nothing ex—and six weeks of the best sex of her life is the ideal distraction! Until she realizes that she’s fallen for Guy…and that she’s pregnant–with twins! Could her double baby bombshell ultimately bind her to Guy forever?





It was a very new thing to her—to be somewhere simply because she wanted to be. It should be wrong, except it felt completely right.

He was older, wiser and sexier than any man she had ever dealt with, and she was more turned on than she had ever been in her life—and he hadn’t even kissed her.

That was about to be corrected, though.

Her heart was galloping even more than it had the first day they’d met. Right now it was almost leaping out of her throat in anticipation. An anticipation she had never known before.

When their lips met it seemed to set off a chain reaction. This is what a mouth should feel like, Candy thought, and This is what a tongue was surely designed for, she decided as his tongue stroked hers.

His mouth, the pressure of his lips, the constant beckoning of his tongue made her move in closer and she felt breathless. Each of them rested their forehead on the other’s for a moment.

Trust time to make things complicated—because if it had been nearly two a.m. they would be racing home right about now. But it was daylight, people were talking, and a lazy Sunday afternoon was going on all around them as they pulled back and met each other’s eyes.

Tonight was the unspoken word between them.

Candy had never really looked forward to a night in that way before.

“I’m going to be late for my meeting,” Steele said as she moved back to his mouth.

“You can be two minutes late,” she said.

She just needed one more taste.



Dear Reader,

Sigh…

I completely loved writing this book. The only downside to loving my hero, Dr. Guy Steele, so much is that he has spoiled any future relationships—because I will forever be thinking, Steele wouldn’t have said that… or Steele wouldn’t have done that… Yes, he’s really that delicious—just so assured and sexy, yet nice.

I’m actually jealous of my own heroine!

Happy reading!








CHAPTER ONE





Before

‘YOU PAGED ME to see a patient.’

‘No, I didn’t.’ Candy, holding an armful of sheets, smiled when it would have been far easier to stand there and gape. He was stunning—tall, slender, wearing a suit and a tie. His dark brown hair was cut short and his voice was so deep and commanding that it stopped Candy in her tracks. She met his chocolate-brown eyes fully and it took a moment to respond normally. ‘Who are you here to see?’

‘A Mr Thomas Heath.’

Candy walked over to the board. Emergency at the London Royal Hospital was quiet this afternoon but as she was in Resuscitation Candy didn’t know which patients were in the cubicles. After a quick scan of the board, she located Mr Heath. ‘He’s in cubicle seven. Trevor’s the nurse looking after him. He must be the one who paged you.’

‘Thanks for that. By the way I’m Steele.’

‘Steele?’

He watched as her very blue eyes moved to his name badge. ‘Well, Dr Guy Steele, if you’d prefer to be formal,’ he said.

‘Steele will do.’ She must look like a dental commercial, Candy thought, for she simply couldn’t stop smiling at him. He must be thirty or mid-thirties, which was a lot more than her twenty-four years, and he was also way older than anyone she had ever fancied, yet he had this impact, this presence, that had Candy’s heart galloping in her chest.

‘And you are?’ he asked.

‘Candy. Candy Anastasi.’ She watched a smile twitch on his lips as she said her name. ‘I know, I know, I should be tall, leggy and blonde to carry off a name like that!’ Instead, she was short and a bit round with long black ringlets and piercing blue eyes. ‘There’s a story there.’

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