I LOVE single dads. THIS BOOK GAVE ME ALL THAT I WANTED and more! Kim took a character we learned a little about and then gave me a story that melted my heart. This man deserved peace and I loved that we got to watch him find his happy end.
Jace and Hannah’s story was one full of secrets untold and truths that lay buried.
Bit by bit as things unfolded in this book I fell more in love. If it wants Jace being an AWESOME dad, then is was Jace trying, and something succeeding in moving on with his life.
All the hot and bothered chapters mixed with a full dose of emotional love.
Perfection. I loved getting to read Jace’s story.
To believe one person can change your destiny sounds absurd. But it happened to me… twice.
Ten years ago I had no idea what I wanted out of life, until I met Hannah Michaels. She was a computer-engineering student ready to conquer the social media world, and I was smitten. Even though I knew she was taken, I had to have her.
Being the big shot that I was, I didn’t let her status stand in my way. It wasn’t long before my hands were on her thighs and my name a whisper on her lips. This smart, sexy girl inspired me to greatness, helped me grow into the kind of man I never knew I wanted to be. The man I am today.
Too bad I hadn’t grown fast enough to keep her.
Moving on wasn’t easy, but I knew I had to let her go. Eventually, I found someone to share my days and nights with, and together we had a daughter. My life was nearly perfect until my world turned upside down.
A single father has challenges, and one of those is learning how to calmly deal with your child coming home in tears. I had no idea the day I pounded on my daughter’s classmate’s door, Hannah would be the one standing on the other side.
The wild, burning desire that roared through my veins was unwanted, and yet impossible to ignore. Letting her in meant so much more this time around. Guilt hit me like a hammer. I hated myself. I hated her. The problem was I really didn’t hate her—I wanted her more than ever.
But this time around, I can’t have her.
This time it’s my status that stands in our way—and going up against myself just might be the hardest thing I’ve ever done.