Baby Blues and Wedding Bells (Marry Me contemporary romance series, Book 4) - Patricia McLinn

Baby Blues and Wedding Bells (Marry Me contemporary romance series, Book 4)

By Patricia McLinn

  • Release Date: 2017-01-12
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 93 Ratings


Bad boy Zach may be a stranger in his own town, to his own daughter, but Fran sees the changed man in him. Can Fran convince him she’s more than the girl next door?

When the black sheep of Tobias, Wisconsin, returns to his small-town home, the repercussions reach far and deep. 
Handsome and charming Zach Corbett left Tobias eight years ago to make his own way... and never looked back.
Not at the pregnant ex-girlfriend he left behind. Or at what his departure might mean for his brother Steve, whose wedding was put on hold to raise a baby.  
Tensions are high, and there’s only one person who might be able to redeem the Corbetts’ troubled family reunion, a woman who has truly seen Zach since they were kids.
Fran Dalton has always seen beyond the bravado to the pain in those beautiful baby blues of Zach’s. Now, she can see he’s different. And, unlike when they were kids, now she’s grabbed his attention.
If only she can draw Zach into a loving relationship, and prove how much he’s changed, his fractured family might just find it in their hearts to forgive. And heal.

Can Zach and Fran escape the past’s hold to make a future? Find out in this heartfelt romantic comedy!

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Baby Blues and Wedding Bells, Book 4 of USA Today bestselling author Patricia McLinn's Marry Me series, is a moving, passionate, feel-good contemporary romance that will captivate fans of Bella Andre, Roxanne St. Clair and Jill Shalvis.

Praise for Baby Blues and Wedding Bells:
“The characters are complex, their hurts seem genuine and the strong, credible conflicts aren't miraculously solved." -- Romantic Times

“Zach and Fran are marvelously drawn characters. … A 'must read' along with the other three books in the series." -- Romance Junkies

“Zach and Fran seem like total opposites, but the chemistry between them is spectacular.” -- Fresh Fiction

Praise for the Marry Me series:
“With her two latest books set in a perfectly realized and perfectly charming small town, McLinn has created two beautifully written, richly emotional love stories that are a joy to read.” – John Charles, American Library Association

“Gifted Patricia McLinn has written another wonderful series filled with emotion and romance.” -- CataRomance Reviews

“McLinn has done a marvelous job creating the stories in this series.” -- Fresh Fiction

Get all the books in Patricia McLinn’s Marry Me series today!
Wedding of the Century
The Unexpected Wedding Guest
A Most Unlikely Wedding 
Baby Blues and Wedding Bells

If you like Patricia McLinn’s small-town romance stories, try her Seasons in a Small Town series!
What Are Friends For? (Spring)
The Right Brother (Summer)
Falling for Her (Autumn)
Warm Front (Winter)

About the Author
USA Today bestselling author Patricia McLinn spent more than 20 years as an editor at the Washington Post after stints as a sports writer (Rockford, Ill.) and assistant sports editor (Charlotte, N.C.). She received BA and MSJ degrees from Northwestern University.
McLinn is the author of more than 50 published novels, which are cited by readers and reviewers for wit and vivid characterization. Her books include mysteries, contemporary romance, romantic suspense, historical romance, and women’s fiction. They have topped bestseller lists and won numerous awards. 
She has spoken about writing from Melbourne, Australia, to Washington, D.C., including being a guest-speaker at the Smithsonian Institution.


  • Wedding of the Century

    By albino vevo
    Well written in terms of word smithing. The storyline was smooth. No unnecessary descriptions of meals and clothing. The characters were believable.
  • Perfect

    By Montanafilly73
    A perfect book about a prodigal son and a steadfast woman. I loved every page of this book. Fran and Zach were a perfect pairing and the perfect compliment to each other. I couldn’t put it down. Author needs to write one more book to “check in” with all the characters and see how they’re all doing.