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Baby Daddy Paperback – February 27, 2018
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- Item Weight : 12.2 ounces
- Paperback : 318 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1978132840
- ISBN-13 : 978-1978132849
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (February 27, 2018)
- Language: : English
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While the writing was good and the idea behind the plot was entertaining, some predictable and totally unrealistic aspects of the book let it down a bit. Firstly, it's completely random to meet someone in an elevator, swap sexual health history as well as a contract and then agree to sleep with them in order to produce a child purely because you're looking for a bit of a good time. This is especially true when the book, as well as the character himself, talks about how easy it is for him to get laid. Then why would you agree to this in order to help a stranger have a child you want nothing to do with??? And they both enter this relationship, but have no firm idea of what the other person does for a living, even after seeing each other for a couple of months and going on several dates getting to know each other.
A lot of the plot was repetitive, particularly the 'I think I have feelings for them but I'm too scared to do anything about it so I'll just enjoy the ride while I can while occasionally becoming moody or depressed about it'. This has been done to death and as a result of the drawn out story line, where the characters were headed was predictable. Also, you learn early on in the book that Emmett's business is trying to purchase a smaller, boutique book store that they really need to help his business survive. Why a mega chain bookstore would need a hole in the wall, failing business as a major plot element is confounding. A bit more of a concrete foundation around these bizarre elements would have made the book far more enjoyable for me.
It was an easy enough read and I didn't hate it, but I would have if I'd paid the advertised price (I got it for free). Wait for it to come on sale.
Baby Daddy is a stand-alone novel. It is written in dual first-person perspective, narrated by Jenna & Emmett.
Baby Daddy was amusing and light. I found myself smiling at the interactions between Jenna and Emmett frequently. They had such fun chemistry and the way they challenged each other was endearing. I enjoyed watching them fumble their way through their strict, no emotions arrangement and discover along the way there was so much more between them than either had ever experienced or expected.
This book didn’t cross any revolutionary literary boundaries, it was easy and formulaic, but sometimes that kind of story is exactly what I need. Something that is going to entertain me, make me laugh, and just allow me a few hours of getting out of my head.
The only wish I have about this book would have been that it delved more into Jenna and Emmett’s pasts, particularly their childhoods. The broad strokes were covered enough to explain their particular fears and desires, but I had so many more questions. I’m inquisitive by nature, though, so I always find myself wanting to delve into the inner workings of what makes people tick.
My favorite thing about Kendall Ryan is her ability to write across several subgenres of romance without hesitation. She can write a romcom just as easily as she writes emotional contemporary romance.
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Jenna, in her mid thirties has decided she wants a baby and is on her way to a fertility clinic. And when Emmett finds out the lengths she is prepared to go to get a baby he offers to help her in the 'old-fashioned way' instead. Jenny's agreement immediately leads to some intimate, erotic and sexy times with Emmett . But does she conceive? And what is the twist in the story, when they fall for each other? Read and find out. I enjoyed reading this book so much I read it twice.
I loved their unusual first meeting in the elevator, where he offered her his services of his ManHood. And I absolutely died from laughter on their first date at their agreement, where she asked him for his sample in a restaurant. Leading then to their passionate embraces and hot chemistry they discover that they have loads in common and that maybe a Purley physical relationship where they only agreed to come together to make a baby and then go their separate ways, is not what they both truly want and that maybe by giving themselves a chance Love can blossom.
Such a great read with a super sexy CEO and a Smart Independent Woman who knows what she wants and will do anything to achieve it even if it means going Solo.