A Daddy School book!
When Levi Holt’s unmarried sister dies unexpectedly, she leaves him with a lot of grief—and custody of her six-month-old son, D.J. An architect with a demanding career, Levi knows nothing about child care—but he’s got to learn fast. He also has to keep D.J. from derailing his career.
Corinne Lanier doesn’t want to derail Levi’s career, but she wants him to come up with a new design for her boss’s vacation home in the hills of western Connecticut. Having grown up in a series of broken homes, Corinne doesn’t have much faith in love or family stability, and she doesn’t have much patience for an architect with a cranky, teething baby on his shoulder. Yet Levi and D.J. somehow erode Corinne’s certainty about what she believes in—and what she wants.
With love, lullabies and a few desperately needed classes at the Daddy School, Levi might figure out how to put the fragmented pieces of his life back together. But will there be room in it for Corinne? And can he be certain Corinne loves him for himself and not for his precious little baby?
About the Author
Judith Arnold is the award-winning, bestselling author of more than 85 novels, published by Harlequin, Silhouette, Mira, and Berkley. Married and the mother of two sons, she lives in New England.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Judith Arnold's father series books re a very enjoyable read. Most books are about single mothers and how they meet the world of being a single parent. In this book the world of a busy, goal oriented man is turned upside down when he has to raise his sisters child. I like this series and would recommend.
Architect Levi Holt is stunned by the sudden death of his seemingly healthy twenty-six year old sister Ruth from an aneurysm. His shock multiplies when he learns that Ruth wants Levi to raise her child, who is not even a half-year-old. Not familiar with an infant, Levi reluctantly agrees to abide by his beloved sibling¿s wishes and raise Darren as his own. At the direction of her boss, a client of Levi, Corrine Lanier visits the highly regarded architect in his Arlington, Connecticut office. However, business is placed on hold as Levi deals with Darren¿s need, as he has learned from attending the daddy School. As Levi and Corrine begin to fall in love, the baby¿s father surfaces demanding Darren be given to him. Corrine who wants to believe that Levi is her soul mate becomes irate with him when he seems ready to hand over guardianship of Darren to the father. If as it seems likely he loses custody of Darren, will Levi also lose his beloved Corrine too? HUSH, LITTLE BABY is an amusing novel starring a newborn as a matchmaker. The story line is fun just as all the books in this series have been. The lead couple is a warm duet googling over Darren. Fans of humorous contemporary romances will want to read the story of Judith Arnold¿s latest Daddy School graduate and some of the alumni membership (see `TIS THE SEASON). Harriet Klausner