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Lovestruck in London (Lovestruck #1) by Rachel Schurig
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The Magic Baby Epilogue makes me vomitous. SF: Max Seventeen has a heroine who violently does not want children: mybook.
Heroine had fertility issues that meant kids were unlikely. I really appreciated the baby free epilogue. Oh great rec league idea! Like after 4 weeks. And they have orgasmic, all-day sex with zero pain and no thoughts of the baby at all.
Duke marries governess requires less suspension of disbelief. Most of my recs have already been mentioned. Kaylea Cross — her second book in the Titanium series. Hero had a vasectomy and heroine had decided by the end she was ok not having children. The whole series 3 books is great, btw. At 4 weeks, 6 weeks, whatever, sexy times was the LAST thing on mind.
And um, ouch. Which is set during WWII and the heroine is a pilot, so go read it. The h has had multiple miscarriages and is petrified of becoming pregnant again. Her enemy-to-love-interest wants a big family and how that issue is resolved is really satisfying. So silly, and might actually be quite a downer for a reader struggling with infertiliy. JE — spot on!
So unreal. Child -free books are hard to come by in Romancelandia. Scifigirl Even the Kate Daniels series ended with a baby and I think Eve Dallas will end with a baby too, but that could be years away. Thank you for this awesome rec league!
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Also seconded on In Death series. Here are some historical romances where eventual children might be implied, since the hero will need an heir, but no yearning is discussed and there is no baby epilogue. The heroine is infertile due to childhood illness, she tells the hero, and they still get together. Glad this is a rec league. I would rather handle lemons with a paper cut than read a book with a magic baby in the epilogue.
- Lovestruck Books (Lovestruck) by Rachel Schurig!
- Doorways to Significance: Finding Peace, Power, Passion;
- Geek Abroad.
- Satin and Steel (Riding the Line Book 2)!
- Curby and Friends (Curby! Book 1).
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As an infertile woman who has had to come to terms with said infertility over the past few years, reading these books where you can have a happy life without children is extremely important. So my rec is … Eva Leigh! It made me fall in love with her as an author. Her current London Underground series also baby-free.
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On the other end of the scale, I am so disappointed in Julia Quinn and one key book of her Bridgerton series. I wish that this had ended with Francesca and Michael choosing to adopt and showing off that baby instead. It would have been truly groundbreaking for a series centered around insanely large families.