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Baby, I'm Back! (Return to Redemption, Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Two things kept me from giving this 5 stars:
First, I kept thinking that it wasn't right for Samantha to be going out with Adam. I liked him, mostly, and he provided great competition for Nick in his quest to get Samantha back, but...I kept thinking it was unethical for him to be dating Samantha. Granted, Samantha was not his patient but her daughter was and he had been treating her for something that was life-threatening. She was still under her care, even though she was in remission. In my mind, that was unethical and it bothered me. I was surprised that this didn't occur to any of the chracters.
Second, I loved Nick but only liked Samantha. She was just a little too mean to him in the beginning but what really bugged me was that she went along with Adam's 'trick' or 'fake situation' (I don't want to give too much away here) later on in the book. I understand she wanted to annoy Nick with this fiasco, but she didn't even seriously think about how it would affect their daughter. Children have a tough enough time with one or both parents moving on and wouldn't need a parent to provide a fake situation such as this one.
Other than these points this was a great read and I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.
Samantha Rivera divorced her ex Nicolas "Nick" for one reason: he won't try with her for another child. But his charming Latin honor demanded that he stay in her life, much to her chagrin, from the other side of the country. But Nick is going to spend a long summer with Sam to reconnect with his daughter, and Sam... because he missed his family, and he wanted his family back, even if he had to blackmail his way back into his ex-wife's home... and back into her heart.
I found the book quite delightful to read, as the two characters know they are not done with each other, yet neither can get past the reason they stayed apart, because neither fully realize why they did what they did, and both used coping techniques to HIDE those true feelings. But this is town of Redemption and things are going to get redeemed. In short, you will find out WHY Nick refused to make another child with Sam, and why Sam saw that refusal as a reason to walk away, despite Nick otherwise full attention to her. And yes, there is a happy ending, in more sense than one.
If you are only looking for sex, then these characters will seem shallow and crude (there are jokes about the male body part getting a nick name) with Nick being almost the stereotypical alpha macho Latino male, and Sam was almost unreasonably hostile toward her ex, with the kid Dani caught in between. On the other hand, if you look past their surface but try to connect with their psyche and their fears, you'll find that this book rewards you to be patient, and their facade hides the hurt that they must resolve for true happiness.
Sexual situations (HOT) may offend some readers
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