Her Two Dads
Publish date: June 21st 2010
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
Pages no: 210
Edition language: English
Okay, I don't do babies or children in my books but I was so curious about Ariel Tachna's Her Two Dads I gave it a try. I mean I already know there are going to be kids in it so ... go!The beginning was well written and sucked me in right away. We meet Srikkanth a kind of cold, Indian wed designer w...
I can't think of anything I didn't love about this book. Daddy tropes get me right in the heart so I was always going to enjoy it, but it was beautifully written and paced. The thing that struck me the most was the slow progression of the boys' sexual and emotional relationship. No 'I love you' afte...
I love Ariel Tachna, but this one just didn't do it for me. Weird things, like what happened to all the stuff the mother must have bought for the baby? And if she was supposed to be his best friend, I'd expect more mention of her, especially of his grief at losing her.
I was so disappointed by this story. I plugged along faithfully because the premise was so appealing to me I was determined to ignore its faults and let my imagination fill in the rest. But I couldn't finish it.The dialogue was stilted and the relationships between the characters, including the baby...