Title: Unexpectantly Happily Ever After
Author: Holly Kerr
Cover: Holly gave me permission to use the book cover on my blog.
Casey finally got her Happily Ever After!
This novella is the sequel to Unexpecting (Baby! Baby? Baby?!)
Having a baby was all Casey ever wanted, even though her friends had been concerned with the lengths Casey had been willing to go to get pregnant. But all it took was a drunken night with friend/roommate J.B., along with an expired condom for Casey to get everything she ever dreamed about…and more.
Six years after giving birth to triplets, married life with J.B. has been a dream come true for Casey. She’s embraced being a soccer mom and family trips to the grocery store…now, if she could only keep the kids from eating the olives out of her martinis. J.B. manages to juggle being a father and restaurant owner, and even insists Casey agree to the girls’ weekend in Las Vegas with Brit and Morgan to celebrate Brit’s latest wedding – her BFF’s fourth trip down the aisle.
But just before Casey leaves for her trip, J.B. asks the question – does she want to have another baby? And Casey is shocked to find the answer isn’t as easy as she expected.
In the first book Casey wants nothing more than a baby and then her friend JB accidentally gets her pregnant with triplets. Now we’re back with them six years later. The triplets are lovely kids but hard to handle at times as one can imagine. Casey also helped Emma and Cooper to twins as their surrogate. Casey’s friend Morgan has a baby now too but she’s raising Carson as a single mother while Brit has been to three divorces already and getting ready for wedding number 4. Therefore she wants the girls to go to Vegas for another stagette. Before leaving Toronto, JB surprises Casey with a question she never expected. In Vegas Casey wins money, Morgan dates a stripper and two of them end up in jail after a fight. In jail Brit will finally come clean and back home Casey has made her decision. I really hope the end means we can look forward to another book? 🙂
I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.