Author: Catherine Mann
Publisher: Harlequin
Promotional synopsis: "Major Hank Renshaw knows almost everything there is to know about Gabrielle Ballard. Except for what it's like to touch her. Because Gabrielle is his best friend's fiancée. Or she was. Until his buddy died in battle—right after making Hank promise to find her.... So now Hank's in New Orleans. In Gabrielle's apartment. Watching her nurse her infant son. It's not honor that draws him to her. It's not duty that makes him stay. It's need he's feeling, plain and simple—the desire to take the woman he's always wanted and finally make her his own."

During our "research," we were amazed at how many romance novels feature babies. We feel like if there were male romance novels, they would be written in a world where condoms never break and conception is almost impossible. We guess that's why they say "Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus" or whatever. Judging by the distant, contemplative look on this dude's face, we are pretty sure that he agrees with us.