I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Mandy Baxter
Released: November 3rd 2015
Series: The Billionaire's Club #5
Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks
“[THE BILLIONAIRE SINGLE DAD] is my favorite in the series so far.”
~ Under the Covers
Out of all the cute novellas in this series, THE BILLIONAIRE SINGLE DAD was the one I was most excited about. I just adore single dad heroes and knew that Carter Christensen was going to be great.
Taking care of two rowdy girls had been difficult for Carter ever since his wife died of cancer. It’s been two years and in that time, Carter feels as if he has been regressing instead of making some progress in his life. His children are unhappy about his constant grumpiness and when they say they want to run away, their neighbor Tess Adams comes in and convinces them to stay.
I quite liked the romance in this one because both characters were very interesting. Since it’s a novellas, everything happens very fast, which means that Carter gets over his grief in what feels like a blink. For the sake of word count, I could understand why it needed to happen that quickly to make some progress in terms of the romance but it also made it a little unbelievable given how hung up Carter was before meeting Tess.
I will say though that there is cuteness in spades in this book and that’s mainly due to the two little girls. They definitely added more to this story and as a result, I think this is my favorite in the series so far.
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