His Daddy's Eyes

His Daddy's Eyes

by Debra Salonen

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ISBN-13: 9781460351314
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 05/15/2014
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 310,852
File size: 1 MB

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His Daddy's Eyes 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago

Lawrence ¿Ren¿ Bishop is a third generation judge, but unlike his now deceased father who seemingly loved the bench, Ren finds it tedious, especially the performing lawyers. He loves the law and would relish returning to environmental law. However, his mother has political ambitions for him and he hates disappointing her. Ren knows oneindiscretion two years ago when he had the only one night-stand in his life with Jewel could end his political career. Now his best friend private investigator Bo Lester informs him that Jewel was the married Julia Carsten Hovant, dead in a speedboat accident. That shocker is topped by the fact that Julia gave birth to a boy that mathematically could mean Ren is a father. Julia¿s sister Sara raises the child.

Though the book seems closed, Ren¿s conscience bothers him. He needs closure about the child and is not sure what he will do if the lad is his. However, when he meets Sara, Ren feels his world has turned upside down due to the immense attraction. She feels it too, but Ren is engaged to a news reporter and has ambitions that mean he can¿t have Sara even if he loves her.

HIS DADDY¿S EYES is an entertaining contemporary romance that stars two wonderful lead charcaters. Ren is going through an adult crisis wondering if it is time to take his own path. Sara is a fabulous female lead player though a bit too perfect as she raises her nephew and always provides a helping hand. Together, they are a wonderful team struggling with life¿s uncertainties. Bo and his friend Claudie provide energy and a deserved sequel. Debra Salonen provides the audience with a strong tale of love.

Harriet Klausner