It was only one night. One night, and I was sure I’d never see her again.
Fast forward six months and I’m staring into those same eyes. Only this time Delilah is my boss’s daughter. But the real kicker…she’s very much pregnant.
Now my only goal is to stand by her, protect her, and make sure my new family is taken care of.
But there’s a certain danger lurking in the shadows, threatening everything I hold dear.
I won’t rest until my family is safe. I won’t stop until I’ve annihilated every threat.
Delilah is mine. The child she’s carrying is mine…and I’ll be damned if anyone takes them away from me.
Delilah has a one night stand and ends up pregnant. Reece begins a new job for Delilah’s father. Little did they know, their chemistry would cement their connection. Loved it!55
Enjoyed the book very much. Reese was a perfect gentleman throughout the book. Delilah was pretty cool considering how much she put up with all her life from her narcissistic mother. The book had some good characters and a few that needed more development but I guess that’s for the rest of the series. All in all it held my interest for the entire book.45
This was a crazy treat. I love reading stories about babies and how they change the characters during the story. I enjoyed reading this book and highly recommend it.55
I was going to give this book a 4 stars until I got to the part were she goes to visit her Mother in jail. And the ending. The worst ending ever! Way to ruin a otherwise good book.15
I don’t want to discourage the author at all, but the book read a little like a wattpad fanfic or a soap opera. The characters were sweet, but as unrealistic as the plot. Which is fun when you’re reading a romance novel to escape, but any romance seemed to be b…or c story. Overall it felt predictable and drawn out, with too much backstory, unnecessary detail, and subplot. Spoiler alert (kinda) I think the whole stalker thing and drama with her mom kind of took over the book. I would have liked if it was toned down a little, and we were actually able to learn more about the characters and their ability to coparent. From the beginning it didn’t make sense why they both took so little convincing to try to make the relationship work and I never really learned why. If we’re supposed to believe it was due to a ton of passion it would have been nice to see more. It’s like the book is unrealistic with the characters’ commitment to each other and drama, but painfully realistic with how slow real world relationships move, complicated family relationships are, and the monotony of day to day life. I think the story could be edited to be a coming of age novel with romance b story, a mystery novel with romance b story, or a romance novel with a mystery b story. But all three at once was too much. Even if there were cliches, the author did a great job turning them a story. I look forward to reading more from them!45