Fear, Hope, and Bread Pudding

Fear, Hope, and Bread Pudding - Marie Sexton, Paul Morey This book was waaay to focused on babies/children/parenting etc. for my liking. I am sure that is fine for most people who are into those things.
But for people like me who are devoid of even the slightest hint of maternal instinct (no idea where that was supposed to come from anyway - maybe a few genes went missing when I was put together!) it was completely uninteresting.
I want romance, guys in love, and some hot scenes. I really don't care much for spending several pages of a book in the maternity ward of a hospital.
I do love Jon and Cole together and it was very nice to see how Cole has learned let go and let Jon be there for him when he needs it. But their together time was simply almost invisible in this book. Drowning in the issues between Cole and his mother dating back to his childhood and in their focus on becoming parents themselves.