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review 2018-02-22 20:33
Entertaining Quick Read
The Orphan Next Door: A Single Daddy Nex... The Orphan Next Door: A Single Daddy Next Door Romance - Alisha Star

The Orphan Next Door by Alisha Star is a fairly quick read, perfect for those with limited reading time.  Ms. Star has delivered a well-written book.  The characters are engaging and fun to read.  Emily aged out of the foster system and is living on the streets when she wins the lottery.  Grant is Emily's new neighbor.  Their story is full of drama, suspense, action and sizzle.  I enjoyed reading The Orphan Next Door and would happily read more from Alisha Star in the future.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

 

I voluntarily read a complimentary copy of this book that I received from Bookfunnel.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

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review 2018-02-20 22:05
Baby Daddy by Kendall Ryan
Baby Daddy - Kendall Ryan

 

Who's fooling who? Are they fooling each other or themselves? Of course fate is pulling all the strings, but are these two control freaks ready to relinquish control. Kendall Ryan has a unique voice. One idea sets the bench mark for seduction and encompasses an endearing tale of sensuality and self-discovery, while tickling you funny bone at the same time. Emmett and Jenna bring the tension, arrogance, frustration and sexuality, but the two factors that made the craziness worthwhile is Ms. Ryan's attention to two equally important details. She let the sunshine in with her humorous delivery and her heartwarming characters. Baby Daddy is a must read.

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review 2018-02-12 22:00
Bitter Baby Daddy: When a Lose Can't Let Go
Bitter Baby Daddy: When A Loser Can't Let Go (Volume 1) - Niki Jilvontae Title: Bitter Baby Daddy: When a Loser Can't Let Go Author: Niki Jilvontae Publisher: True Glory Publications Reviewed By: Arlena Dean Rating: Five Review: "Bitter Baby Daddy: When a Loser Can't Let Go" by Niki Jilvontae My Thoughts.... I found this novel a very interesting storyline that will keep your attention all the way to the end. The characters were for the most part off the chart [well done] giving the reader a good read. It was definitely good in seeing some of these characters get there karma in the end. By this being a urban fiction read be ready for some [revenge] as this author ties all of the stories with the various characters together to each other. By the end it was quite a read seeing just how these Bitter Baby Daddy's were taken care of.
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review 2018-02-10 00:38
Daddy By Choice (Maternity Row) - Paula Detmer Riggs

First off, if sex during pregnancy isn't your bag, you don't wanna read this one as the h is around 6 months along at the beginning. Second off, being a parent myself, I was variously skeptical and/or incredulous about some of the lengths gone to in order to arrange the H and the h's interaction.

 

A long long time ago, in a galaxy far away<sarcasm>, our h found herself exceedingly attracted to a young bronc buster who rented a hotel room and made sure the sheets were clean (what a guy...). They used protection but it had a leak apparently. They promised to write, then he stopped. He showed up on the doorstep 2 weeks after her parents and the Dr had pressed her to give the baby up for adoption. She more or less told him to go to hell.

 

We find out as the story goes along, 5 or 6 years later he went back, armed with a bs and a ring, only to discover he'd put it off a day too late because he almost blundered into her wedding reception.

 

:ahem...

 

The h had difficulties with her first, which lead to her being subfertile. The guy she married did not want kids. She got preggers at around the age of 39, upon which he told her it was either him or the baby. Since she's still preggers, obviously she preferred the baby. The Dr tells her she's high risk and recommends the H as the best in the country (incredulous moment no. 1 - only one OB in the country? Seriously?!)

 

So she goes, and over the course of the book, she gets under his skin (among other things), has to deal with the douchebag ex (who unsatisfyingly enough, is never really dealt with), has the long lost daughter show up, and confusingly enough for me, doesn't really give her the real answer as to why she adopted her out (really, why would you make excuses instead of just saying your parents made you?). Shortly after the daughter showed up, she called the H and told him. He came over and while she was talking, she had a sudden bad complication which resulted in a race to the hospital and him having to do an emergency section. I'd look it up but my recollection is that even if you're in the hospital when it happens, that one doesn't always lead to a good outcome. She's at 8 months and the baby isn't even 5 pounds

 

Now granted, I always had rather hefty kids but that's close enough to almost not be a premmie so the weight seems a bit...low. No info given how long he was in the neonatal unit either. The impression I was given was they went home at the same time so maybe a couple of days if that?

 

To be honest, I was mostly ok with the H/h. Mostly. It's just that the surroundings got in the way.

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review 2018-02-02 00:00
Ice Daddy: A Secret Baby Hockey Romance
Ice Daddy: A Secret Baby Hockey Romance - June Winters One chance encounter changes the rest of their lives for the better. Ms. Winters took a little bit of fairytale and created her own brand of magic. Ice Daddy is my introduction to an author that has a talent for heartwarming tales with some sexy edges. Lance and Paige are strangers in the night until they meet again two years later with the revelation of surprising results.
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