Title Bachelor Dad
Author Roxann Delaney
Publication Date September 1st 2011
Genre Romance/ Women’s fiction
I recived an eArc of Bachelor Dad from the publisher’s through netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
She kissed him, deeply and slowly, taking his breath away and causing his heart to pound.
In one smooth movement, he turned them over and gazed down into her surprised eyes, before capturing her lips again.
He hadn’t planned this.
He didn’t know how far it would go.
But he wasn’t going to stop now.
City attorney Garrett Miles is a man who is happy with his life.
He’s effective, well liked and enjoys his moments with the gorgeous waitress Libby at the local tavern.
Suddenly finding out he’s a father, and that the little girl is coming to live with him throws a bit of a spanner in the works.
Turning to Libby Carter for guidance could be the ideal solution.
But there are some things the single mother isn’t sharing.
Libby fled with her son to escape her abusive ex.
She’s hoping the close-knit Oklahoma small town will be the place where she can finally stop running.
Especially now that Garrett’s in her life.
But Garrett is a lawyer, and if he discovers she violated her custody agreement and crossed state lines, he’ll have to turn her in.
After one man nearly destroyed her, can she trust another with her son’s life?
I loved this book this was the first book that I have read by Roxann and I will be reading more of her work in the future. I read this book in one sitting as I was hooked from the very first page and I couldn’t put my kindle down while reading this book.
I loved the chemistry and connection between Garret and Libby and when I was not reading this book I was thinking about what was going to happen next with them. I loved Garret and I loved how he stepped up straight away for Libby’s daughter Sophie and I enjoyed his relationship with Noah.
I also enjoyed reading about Libby she was a relatable character with having trust issues and I loved how she was a great mum and her love for sophie. This was a sweet romance and a quick read and I totally recommend it.