Cal Bonner, the Chicago Stars’ legendary quarterback, seems like the perfect choice. But his champion good looks and down-home ways are deceiving. Dr. Jane is about to learn a little too late that this good ol’ boy is a lot smarter than he lets on—and he’s not about to be used and abandoned by a brainy, baby-mad schemer.
Nobody's Baby But Mine by Susan Elizabeth PhllipsPublished February 1st 1997 by Avon Books
Reviewed on December 16, 2015
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If you think the picture above has no relations to the story, you're wrong. Dr. Jane Darlington was out to get Calvin Bonner's Lucky Charms and I mean, both his sperm and the cereal.
The "Cereal Killer" bit was funny, I'll give it that. I'm laughing right now just thinking about it.
However, Nobody's Baby But Mine just really bugs me. The supposedly-intelligent "Dumbington" was too stupid and her logic made no sense. "Boner" was too emotionally immature. And I lost my fucks to give by the end of the book. It was too long and could have been cut down by a considerable amount.
Granted, I'll be generous and offer 2 "It was okay" stars. I didn't like the book. I didn't hate it either.