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Sweet and Sassy Baby Love
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Nine NY Times and USA Today bestselling authors offer stories of men and women who go to great lengths for the children they love.
A scent of innocence, that touch of softness, an angelic nap, and deep belly laughs. Babies and toddlers bring great joy, love, humor, and even conflict into our lives. But first, we need a passionate encounter, a romance that transcends time.
Marriage-of-convenience, a woman and child in danger, a platonic marriage (but not for long), an adoption in the nick of time, finding out there’s more to life than work, holding on to love at any cost, and a brother’s love for the mother of his nephew—these are the themes that make the boxed set
Sweet and Sassy Baby Love a very special delivery!

Encore Lovers – Alicia Street – USA Today bestselling author: No one knows her secret, not even him. But that is about to change.

Forever Love – Natalie Ann –USA Today bestselling author: Can their pretend marriage lead to the forever love and family they always wanted?
He’s My Baby – Mimi Barbour – NY Times and USA Today bestselling author: Emma signs the final adoption papers for the orphan minutes before his handsome uncle arrives to claim the baby as his. Sparks fly… but they both agree that it’s the boy who matters.
Special Delivery – Suzanne Jenkins –USA Today bestselling author: When the unexpected happened, Tony and Bridget’s love would carry them through any trial.
Christmas Babies – Mona Risk –NY Times and USA Today bestselling author: The serious doc never had time for fun or love until twin newbies teach her there’s more to life than work and career.
To Protect His Own – Jen Talty – USA Today bestselling author: If Kenzie wants to hold onto the only man she’s ever loved, she’s going to have to dig up the darkest betrayal of all. A lie so damming it holds the power to destroy the very thing she’s trying to save…
Bedded by the Billionaire – Leanne Banks –NY Times and USA Today bestselling author: She’s the mother of his dead brother’s child, and he’ll do anything to protect her and her baby.
Accidental Family – Donna Fasano – USA Today bestselling author: A temporary—strictly platonic—marriage… yeah, right.
Tidal Falls – Jacquie Biggar – USA Today bestselling author: A woman and child in danger teach Nick life is worth living.
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Enjoy a good book by the fire or under a palm tree.

A short Teaser from my upcoming #WomensFic #WIPWednesday


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I’ve had heroes on my mind lately.

From Dictionairy.com:

noun, plural he·roes; for 5 also he·ros.

a person noted for courageous acts or nobility of character: He became a local hero when he saved the drowning child.

a person who, in the opinion of others, has special achievements, abilities, or personal qualities and is regarded as a role model or ideal: My older sister is my hero. Entrepreneurs are our modern heroes.

the principal male character in a story, play, film, etc.

Classical Mythology.

  1. a being of godlike prowess and beneficence who often came to be honored as a divinity.
  2. (in the Homeric period) a warrior-chieftain of special strength, courage, or ability.
  3. (in later antiquity) an immortal being; demigod.
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In my novels I try to create men/women who have many of the qualities above, along with vulnerabilities that create empathy in my readers.

It’s a fine balance to tread.

To me strength comes as much from inside a person as physicality. You have to be courageous to do the jobs they do. But more than that, is their Achilles’ heel, for want of a better name. What is their weakness? The thing that makes these strong warriors weak in the knees?

I like to think it’s compassion. Love of fellow man. Gentleness and mercy.

This week’s teaser comes from a women’s fiction novel I’m working on about two estranged sisters and the path to forgiveness and understanding.


Many evenings she and Susan would sit at his feet and listen enthralled, as he regaled them with tales of pirates and princesses, mischievous elves and buried treasure. As with every good fairytale, a dashing hero would arrive just in time to save the day. It was probably then, listening to stories at her father’s knee, that Holly began to dream of her own hero. He’d need to be strong enough to slay dragons. Charming and kind, yet able to make her laugh. Handsome and gentle; a father as perfect as her own. A good kisser; that’s as far as her nine-year-old mind would go at the time. And above all else, someone she could talk to, share ideas with.
Even then, she’d known the value of a true friend.
The rattle of a key in the front door lock jerked her back to the moment. Self-conscious, she dropped her hand from where it had been resting and turned to greet her parents.
Except it wasn’t her mother and father.
Susan hesitated on the threshold, their gazes fusing across the distance. A cold draft knifed its way between them filled with ugly words and betrayals.

© Jacquie Biggar 2019

What does a hero mean to you? Let’s talk about it!