When Angel O'Malley is left penniless by her deceased father's gambling debts, she is forced to sue pro football player Billy Burner for child support. Blindsided with a five-year-old daughter, he tackles fatherhood with the same commitment he gives to the game, but he has his eye on a bigger prize: Angel's heart.
She agrees to Billy's plan to play house to ensure the new father makes no rookie mistakes. Though their passions burn hotter than ever they must overcome old betrayals, past hurts, and new insecurities if they are to prevent history from repeating itself.
Can a long ago summer love turn into an everlasting one?
|Publisher:||Little Hondo Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.29(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Huddle up for a five star read Huddle Up is the third in the series but the first that I have read and at the first chance I get I'm off to read the first two as the characters do appear but you can easily read this book as a standalone, but for me the characters drew me in so much that I want to find out more, and I can't wait for the next book in the series either. Angel is the sort of heroine I like strong, sassy and able to take care of herself but soft enough for the right guy at the right time, Billy at the start comes across as a bit of a player but as the story progresses you can't help but fall for him, who wouldn't fall for a man who let's his daughter braid his hair and put a purple hair tie in it. Which brings us to Gabby who really is the star of the story just loved the way she was so natural and just like a five year old, and she will steal your heart. I love second chance stories and this is a wonderfully written example of one, the situation is real and all the characters are believable and lovable. I received a free copy for an honest review