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Rule #1: Always wear a condom.
Rule #2: Always leave them wanting more.
Rule #3: Always man up.
Erica Roberts was the maid of honor in my brother’s wedding and my next conquest. She was toned, tan, and sweet as pie. I should’ve known I’d end up breaking her heart.
Still, against my better judgment, I took her, giving us both the best night of our lives. When I woke up the next morning, she was gone, not a trace of what had happened between us, and I realized then I’d broken my number-one rule.
Two months later, I get a text telling me I’m going to be a father. I feel a number of emotions — elation, fear, excitement, anger — but then she drops the biggest bomb on me. She says she doesn’t need me or want me. Now I’ve got to do whatever I can to keep us from falling apart. She doesn’t think I want the baby or can be a good father, but she’s about to find out just the kind of man I am.
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- Tami 📚
It was just okay...
I liked the premise, but it wasn’t earth shattering or interesting enough – I kept taking breaks and struggled to finish. This book was more about a team than a couple. The main characters had a one-night stand that resulted in a pregnancy. Not too many swoony parts or a deep connection in my opinion. Just them trying to figure out pregnancy together.
They went through things separately - like he had issues with his boss and was up for a promotion in an hour away - he didn't talk it over with her. In fact, he got advice from everyone except her. Even a random woman in a bar, the nurse from the parenting class he took alone before admitting to her he was going and later asked her to come. He went to check out apartments without her (which didn't come across as protective or alpha-ish), it was more like he was uncertain most of the time.
It had the potential to be more in my eyes, but it didn’t follow through.
As with all books like this – it started strong and finished strong, but the middle left much to be desired.
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- Mr David John Newton
I really enjoyed it took a while to get there.
I enjoyed it worth the wait, took a while to get to the Happy Ever After.