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- Listening Length: 6 hours and 56 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC
- Audible.com Release Date: April 6, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00VQRMPFY
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Rue is a wonderful hero. He works hard and loves his baby. He is fun and loving. This is book is a compelling look at single parenthood particularly with an infant.
I like romance novels that balance family life and friendship with the love story. One Small Thing does this well.
Erik is a great hero too who blooms as he falls in love and friendship.
I love the nerd aspect and the becoming friends and then lovers as well as the acceptance of each hero exactly how he is.
I wanted more time after they got together and after the first major couple crisis I honestly wanted more sexy times as well but what I got was very good and I know I will see more of this family in the next book in the series.
But being a dad, going to cosmetology school and paying the bills as a bartender made juggling his daddy duties very difficult. Dusty helped, but Rue needed someone to keep Alice a couple of days when Dusty wasn’t available. He posted signs around his apartment complex until a neighbor, Erik Van Nuys, answered the ad. Erik is a struggling sci-fi writer and lately, all his book proposals were being shot down by publishers. He needed the extra money, so he took on the job of being a many to Alice.
Alice becomes a bridge for Erik entering into Rue and Dusty’s lives and a sort of family bond is established where they take care of each other. Then Erik and Rue start developing feelings for each other and decide to try a relationship. This happiness is threatened when Rue gets offered his dream job in California, which means he would have to leave Delaware and Erik behind. What’s more important.
I really enjoyed this one. I chuckled a lot because the nicknames “underoo”, “dustpan” etc were just funny. There was such a camaraderie that I couldn’t help but fall in love with the characters. Rue’s flamboyance was a start contrast to Erik’s shyness. It was nice to see them work through that part of their personalities. Dusty was a great BFF and I hope he gets an HEA too.
I had issues with parts of the plot, I'm not sure how Rue is supporting himself working part time at a bar, managing to pay for school, rent, expenses, and pay Erik $600 a month to care for his infant. I also had a hard time accepting that he would take the baby in the first place, and then would leave her with Erik, who he knows nothing about. But I just let those bits go, and enjoyed the story! I loved Rue, and Erik turned in to such a strong man.
These characters are just so adorable and the way they manage to make a home together is wonderful.
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