I have a secret …
A big one.
She’s five years old and has her daddy’s eyes.
And her father has no idea she exists.
Not by design. While I’ve had a string of crappy exes, he wasn’t actually one of them. Just a one night stand, a big oops, and no way to find him again when I discovered what happened six weeks later.
But now fate or luck has brought us together again. I’m headed to New York for fashion week to showcase my newest line and Noah ends up next to me in a bar, the former high school football star turned GM of New York’s football team.
He’s hot as ever, and so is our spark.
But I’ve been burned before. And what he doesn’t know can’t hurt anyone. Right?
RELEASE DATE: April 4, 2022
NEW to me author and books. I picked this up because it sounded interesting from the blurb. I wasn’t sure what I would walk into. I don’t like when kids are involved but the one parent doesn’t know and the H&H start having a thing and the heroine keeps it from the hero. I don’t know why but I have realized that that would hurt the kid more than anything and I just couldn’t get into the book like I wanted to. I get being lost in finding someone else again and getting that feeling but the longer the secret is kept the more I disconnected from this, then the words she never wanted to hear the hero says and to fall for him in such a short period of time with no mesmerizing amazing connection that I got from them two, just wasn’t working for me. p.s. I DID NOT LIKE Rooster *if he gets a book I will stay away from that far away!
The heroine lines in Paris now, she moved when she found out she was pregnant and the father never returned a call. She comes back to NY for the fashion show and runs into the hero and they have a great steamy night. A week later fates push him and her together again and that’s when the fling begins, but things turn south where the heroine finds out how the hero truly feels about kids and well she falls for him in that short week anyways. But everything must come to an end because she does live in Paris, as much as she misses her daughter she is heartbroken and this time she has no one to blame but herself. What worse in this the way the hero and heroine part, the hero acts like a 20 year old, and the heroine so many mistakes and it bugs me about her daughter, their daughter. Then her friend Michelle steps in and ruins the whole thing for me even worse. I wanted to DNF the book at 74% but figured I am the one wanting to give this a try and this is why I do not do NEW author’s often because this whole tone of the book was not for me. Best of luck to the author.
Triggers: Person Dislikes