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His Best Mistake by Kristi Gold (2010-03-16)

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  • By Lisa Rumsey on October 1, 2014

    Loved it! A must read!

  • By K. Burns on March 24, 2010

    His Best Mistake is the fifth and final book in the O'Brien Family series and a spectacular finale from author Kristi Gold. She does the entire family justice with Kevin's story. He's a hotshot sportswriter at the top of his game and has been dating the lovely and sensuous pediatric resident, Dr. Leah Cordero, for several months. Yet, with a diagnosis of aplastic anemia, his world turns backwards and forwards without finding its footing. He brutally breaks up with Leah by phone then goes through the cancer treatment with only his family at his side.Imagine his surprise months later when Leah appears on his doorstep with a baby--his baby. Once his shock subsides, Kevin insists on being a part of his daughter's life. The best way to do that? Move her and Leah into his house. It doesn't take long for him to fall head over heels for his little girl and remember everything he loves about her mother. Now he has to show Leah they can become a forever family. Through misunderstandings and memories of the love they once shared, Kevin and Leah find each other again and create a real family with their baby girl.

  • By L. Smith on March 20, 2011

    I just finished reading His big mistake what a great book. I'm now searching my next Kristi Gold book to read.

  • By Chelsea Higgins on April 26, 2010

    I loved the the lead guy. He's so cute with the baby. The lead girl was awesome and the story in all was very good. I loved this book if you are on this get it. a definite a must buy.

  • By JenJen on October 3, 2010

    I really enjoyed this book. I was hooked from the very first page. Great quick read!

  • By Guest on March 20, 2010

    In Houston, magazine sportswriter Kevin O'Brien learns he has aplastic anemia, a disease that can prove fatal. He also learns chemo treatments leave half of the patients sterile. Panicking, he decides to do what he believes is the right thing by his girlfriend of eight months Dr. Leah Cordero. He dumps her so she does not have to grieve his death.One year later, Leah visits Kevin to tell him he sired a daughter Carly with her. However, before getting to the point, she tells him she is going home to Mississippi to practice medicine there and is seeing another man. He is stunned and pleads with Leah to move into his new house at least until she completes her residency and goes back with Carly to Mississippi. Although in love, she remains distrustful and irate that he hid his health issue from herThis is an entertaining family drama starring a likable lead couple and a supporting cast who enhance the understanding of Kevin and Leah. Leah is great as her ire seems genuine; on the other hand Kevin's concealment appears false as he has no reason except perhaps fear to do so. Still fans will enjoy his efforts to win the trust of the mother of his baby as he already has her love.Harriet Klausner

  • By The book lady on June 21, 2010

    Life was looking pretty good for Kevin, he was happy in his relationship with Leah and just got home from a long weekend in Mexico when he finds out he has aplastic anemia. He doesn't want Leah, who is dealing with her residency to become a pediatrician, to worry about him so he dumps her by phone, telling her he doesn't want a commitment and doesn't want to be in a relationship any longer. Leah isn't having a picnic either. Soon after he dumps her she discovers that that on that wonderful weekend in Mexico she unintentionally got a souvenir in the form of a baby girl.One year later and Leah is two months away from the end of her residency and planning on moving from Huston Texas back home to Mississippi where he parents want to help raise the now three month old baby Carly while Leah works on her medical practice, and Leah finally gets up the nerve to tell a now healthy Kevin about the baby, and shockingly Kevin actually wants to be a part of the baby's life so much so that he asks Leah to move in with him, just until she moves back to Mississippi.The set up for the book isn't bad, but it was bogged down in the utterly ridiculous. Kevin breaks up with Leah because she wants a big family and he has a fifty-fifty chance of being sterile after he has to go through chemo to treat his illness. Did no one mention to him that he could harvest his sperm in case that might happen? He brother/cousin (?) is a doctor and didn't bother to mention that chemo doesn't mean he can never be a father, just that it might not be by conventional means.What really got me to throw up my hands in the air and put down the book was the issue with Leah moving in with Kevin. Leah obviously doesn't want to move in with the man who broke her heart, but she does because Carly doesn't sleep for three nights in a row. What? When she talked to Kevin they had already decided she would be the one to look after Carly at night so why in the world would moving in with him help her sleep better? Also, she has no furniture? What again? She was living in Huston at least 18 months given the story's timeline and she doesn't even own a bed? Also she is willing to move to his place and take all her worldly possessions to only live there for 4-6 weeks (the exact time isn't clear in the story). No one in their right mind would move for such a short amount of time unless they were literally homeless or the cheapest person on the face of the earth.The conflict between them is based on the fact that Kevin doesn't know what it means to be in an adult relationship and can't open up to her and doesn't care enough for her (despite his professed love) to even ask her what she wants and doesn't respect her enough to let her make her own decisions regarding their relationship. Leah's problem with Kevin is that she doesn't trust him because he cut line the moment things got tough in their relationship and dumped her in a way that was only a tiny step above a text, after eight months together. Both problems could have been solved with honesty. I'm sorry but deceit and miscommunication are a big pet peeve of mine, it's an easy out to give a story conflict.The whole thing is just missing common sense, even basic common sense seen in romance novels.As you can see I strongly disliked this book, to the point I stopped a third of the way in and skimmed to the end. I would give this one star but I can't in good conscious do that to a book I didn't totally read, so this gets two stars.

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