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Maybe Baby Lite (Baby Series Lite #1) by Andrea Smith

Baby Series Lite is the anniversary edition of last summer’s Baby Series. These Lite editions have been condensed from the originals to accommodate those readers who prefer a shorter read. The essence of the story is the same, but its length has been edited and bonus chapters added on Book 2 and 3! 

This anniversary edition of 'Maybe Baby’ has been condensed from the original book to accommodate those readers who prefer a shorter read. Since the original book was released without fanfare, many readers weren't aware of this wonderful story and the continuation of it in the rest of the Baby Series Lite!

When college student Tylar Preston goes to work for the wealthy Sinclair family stables the summer of her senior year, she quickly meets with unexpected events and the disturbing unraveling of her past. Is her past destined to taint her future?

Pulling Tylar from unspeakable danger, Trey Sinclair, an arrogant high-powered attorney makes it his mission to protect the innocent and unworldly young woman from the dreams that haunt her. Spirited and independent, Tylar proves to be a challenge to the stubborn and unyielding young lawyer. Together their often bumpy journey weaves itself mysteriously, comically, passionately and erotically down a path that promises to engage and move the reader in this emotionally stirring story.

For anyone who has ever been in love or in lust, 'Maybe Baby Lite' will stir those forgotten feelings of passion and emotion within you; making you ageless as you travel the romantic and erotic journey with Tylar and Trey unraveling the secrets of their past.

This book is intended for mature audiences.

Three Strong Stars

I’m fucked up, that’s why! I smother her, I fucking smother her. I can’t help it…I love her. 

I came across this book a lot, but was never in the right mood for it. Plus, I was a bit leery considering the original book was six hundred plus pages. Whoa, right? But after my friend, SueBee, told me that the story was being cut down (practically half in length), it definitely moved up on my TBR. However, when I received the opportunity to read an ARC of the ‘shortened’ version, I couldn’t resist. 

This story is about Tylar & Trey. Tylar is a twenty-year-old equine studies student. She starts her summer by working for Sinclair Stables. There she meets Trey Sinclair. He’s older than Tylar and the sparks fly when they first meet. Even throughout their initial banter, it was apparent that these two had massive chemistry. Though I really wouldn’t categorize this as insta-love, I can totally see it being perceived that way.

Anyway, as we get to know Tylar, we find out that her past is pretty traumatizing. Her mother? OMG! I can’t even call her that. She is a vile and selfish character. I couldn’t believe half the things she did to Tylar. She was not a mother; she was cruel, selfish and her behavior was just deplorable; she seriously disgusts me. No wonder Tylar’s memories are a bit hazy. I would be having nightmares too. Needless to say, Tylar is slightly damaged, but just slightly. 

Tylar is a likeable character for the most part, but what I didn’t get was why Trey was so into her. I couldn’t see what was so special about her; I couldn’t feel their connection, like at all. Like I said, Tylar is likeable, but there were a lot of times where she rubbed me the wrong way. I was all like, “Geezus, Trey, what do you see in this girl? She is not worth all this trouble.” True story. 

As for Trey, well what I can say? I really liked him. I LOVED the fact that he was all Alpha and super possessive (yea, I know I have issues lol). But I just couldn’t understand his attraction to Tylar. I think that is why I couldn’t really give the story more than three stars. I liked the fact that it had a bit of suspense, and the scenes with Trey and Tylar: H-O-T., but I just couldn’t connect with Tylar and Trey’s relationship. 

But please do not let my lack of connection deter you from reading this. It has gotten a lot of wonderful reviews, and I can understand why. It has a lot of things readers of romance love in their stories: Alpha Hero, young innocent heroine, a little bit of mystery, lots of bantering and flirting between the H/h, which ultimately leads to some very smexy scenes :)

Thank you Andrea Smith for providing this ARC for an honest review 

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