by Jillian Dodd
on August 10, 2015
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First comes love, then comes marriage . . . and then comes That Baby.
That Baby is the final book in the That Boy trilogy by USA Today bestselling author, Jillian Dodd.
It’s amazing how a few little words can change your life.
It starts with a simple I love you.
It’s made official with I do.
And becomes incredible with I’m pregnant.
Jadyn is the girl I love. The girl I’ve always loved.
Our lives are like single threads meticulously woven together—the result an exquisite tapestry of past, present, and future.
Then there are the words that will unravel me.
A few little words that will change my life.
I received this book from the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
I’m just going to come out and say it, That Baby was without a doubt, absolutely, 100% worth a three year wait. It was EVERYTHING I had hoped for and then some. I’m so glad Jillian released it when she felt it was ready and didn’t just slap a story together to release it earlier to appease us. JJ, Phillip, and Danny are at their best here and, with every swipe of my reader, I was reminded why I love these characters so much. Getting to see JJ and Phillip navigate married life and impending parenthood was the icing on this series. What I loved most of all is seeing how much JJ and Phillip truly were meant to be. There really is no other person that complements the other like they do. Despite their differences, no one, and I mean no one loves Phillip more than JJ and vice versa. Even though they hit some snags during their newlywed bliss, their love is always there. Now, some of you are worried with #SaveJJ. Just read. Yes, you will need tissues, but READ THROUGH. Through some of the hardest parts I felt like I got some of the most beautiful and heartfelt moments. Kind of like that saying, “You need rainy days to appreciate the sunny ones”. Jillian ended this series on a complete high note and I’m glad knowing
will never be further than an arms length away.