Hadleigh Charmaine is trying very hard
not to panic. The daughter that she gave birth to four
years ago is not her biological child. Evidently the
hospital where she had her baby mixed her daughter up with
another newborn. Hadleigh is grief stricken at the thought
of having to give up the little girl she has been raising.
When she finds out who has the daughter she gave birth to,
she is astounded by the man’s stubbornness but at the same
time thankful that he loves the little girl she had. The
fact that the man is movie star Treet Miller means nothing
to Hadleigh other than he has more money than her – material
things don’t matter. She is worried about his feelings for
her as well as the daughter that is biologically his.
Baby swapping at the hospital is a new
mother’s nightmare. The fact that the switch in Hadleigh’s
case is a result of something Treet did made her crazy. She
loves the daughter she has been raising and Treet adores the
daughter he has been raising. It is a catch 22 situation
that they have no hope of getting out of. The only good
thing that can happen is if Treet and Hadleigh fall in love
– lucky for us readers that that very thing happened –
despite everyone’s trepidation.
Sheridon Smythe has taken a tough
situation and plot and made it into a worthy read. I would
have loved a bit more spice to Hadleigh and Treet’s love
scenes but the emotional ties between both characters was
more than evident in Those Baby Blues. Readers
who like contemporary romance with realistic plotlines and
great banter between characters will adore this book.