Friday, 14 July 2017
REVIEW - Complicating (Preston's Mill #3) by Noelle Adams
Release Date: 19 July 2017
Forget all those other accidental pregnancy romances you might have read.
Daisy and Carter don't have a one-night stand...because it's thirty minutes in a back room at a wedding reception. And Carter isn't a bad boy baby-daddy...except for the motorcycle, tattoos, and attitude. Daisy doesn't have the typical issues with her pregnancy...if you don't count the morning sickness, food cravings, and occasional horniness. And Carter doesn't hang around all the time, wanting both her and the baby...until he falls in love.
But they definitely don't become a happy family...right away.
Daisy has always been a good girl. She's never done anything wild or spontaneous until she has a little too much to drink at a wedding and has a fling with a sexy stranger. She thought they were careful, but accidents happen. And now she's going to have the baby of a man she barely knows.
Carter is her opposite in every way and completely the wrong man for her. They can still work out a reasonable arrangement regarding the baby. But the more time she spends with him, the less reasonable she feels. And he's acting all possessive and protective, so it gets harder and harder to convince herself that he's just the father of her baby.
She wants him to be so much more.
My Review 4 STARS
**My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
This is a very well written book that gives you pretty much everything you need in a book like this.
Daisy is aa girl brought up right and has that good girl thing down well, Carter has the bad boy vibe, the motorcycle and the tattoos, but he is a sweetheart just like his all but adopted dog Teddy.
Sometimes though it takes only a moment to bring to people together that would not normally find their way to each other. A moment to find the man that completes you and your life, the man you were meant to find happy ever after wife, even if there are a few bumps along the way.
Certainly well worth a read.