One Baby Daddy (Dating by Numbers Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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One Baby Daddy by Meghan Quinn was everything I was hoping for and more.
I loved the storyline, it was well paced, well written and I enjoyed watching Hayden and Adalyn fall in love.
From the first few pages I was in love, Hayden is such a sweet, caring, passionate and loving man. He had me swooning all throughout the book and I just loved how thoughtful, patient and loving he was with Adalyn.
Seriously Meghan Quinn writes some of the best book boyfriends, with every book I read of her's I find myself adding the hero to my "Book Boyfriend wish list" lol
If you're looking for a sweet, heartwarming, funny and entertaining read then you must read the Dating by Numbers series. Each book has been a joy to read and I highly recommend them all!
“Damn the d*ck. Damn all the d*cks.”
One Baby Daddy is my favourite of this series and Meghan Quinn really delivered on the heart and emotion of this book. I had quite a few tears as I gobbled this story up as my heart was so invested in this couple and the hope that despite their differences they could make a go of it. Meghan Quinn did not disappoint, Hayden Holmes was perfect in Three Blind Dates, but she blew him out the water in this book. I am sure he will be the top of many a book boyfriend list and many hearts will be swooning as his story is finally told.
“If I never get to win back your heart again, at least I’ll have a piece of it in the child we share.”
Hayden Holmes was our ice hockey player that went on a date with Noely but was still wrapped up in the woman that had left him behind. Hayden was pure, absolute perfection, there was nothing I didn’t love about him. He was kind, compassionate, considerate, generous and he took love seriously. He treasured his heart and didn’t give it away freely. He wanted to make sure he was making the right decisions, he wanted a relationship based on similarities, personality and connection, not what connected between the sheets. I adored this about him and he certainly goes against the grain of traditional hockey romances that grace our kindles.
Adalyn was a little harder to love by the end of the book, but I did understand her misguided reasons and for those that hate “miscommunication” she may end up being a character you will begin to hate. However, I understood why and gave her the benefit of the doubt, knowing that the considerate person that she is would come to the top eventually. While some of her choices annoyed me, I knew that Meghan wouldn’t let me down in turning her character around, and she didn’t.
“Don’t say anything, I don’t need an answer. I need a chance.”
But what this book does bring to the table is a lot of love, a few tears and a lot of emotion. Meghan Quinn tugged at every heart string with this book in parts and had me laughing out loud in others. That is what I adore about this author, she constantly delivers a well-balanced book and places little comedic moments with perfect timing. I loved the banter, I loved the dialogue, I loved the secondary characters whom most we have all met before. The camaraderie and the friendships play a huge part in this book and the message that it represented was incredibly well received.
“You’re the man I want but can’t have. The man I need to stay as far away from as possible, because there is no doubt in my mind, you’re the man who can break me, and with a baby on the way, I can’t be broken. I need to be strong.”
One again, Meghan Quinn has written a winner in my book and despite our shaky heroine it represented real feelings, real knee jerk reactions and real fears. I loved this book and didn’t want to leave this couple and their friends behind. Loved it!!
I really got up in my feels with this one, tears and all, I seriously couldnt put it down I think I finished it in like 3 hours. And when I did I really didnt want it to end. Beautiful book Meghan!
Then what really took the book down even more was making this a love triangle between Adalyn and a nursing school friend Logan. Logan and Adalyn were great friends who have sex once then he tells her it was a mistake and that’s that. She’s broken hearted but they end up moving on as friends.
She then proceeds to get knocked up by Hayden when she skips several birth control pills because that’s normal for a woman whose a nurse. Hayden who is a hockey player gets traded and he asks her to come but instead she says no AND keeps the baby news to herself.
Hayden eventually finds out about the baby and starts fighting for her at this point because he loves her. Adalyn moves to LA so Hayden can be the dad he wants to be. We then get dear friend Logan who not only moves to LA to be with Adalyn and moves in with her but he decides to confess his love for her. Does she say “I’m sorry but I’m in love with my baby daddy.”? Nope! From this point it’s her inner dialogue of confusion between the guys and her lying to and playing each of them.
If you want sweet fun romance this isn’t for you. This was just a hot mess of a heroine who had no idea what she was doing or what she wanted.
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