➦Who needs a man to make a baby, anyways? If your time is running out to have one and you have 0 hope of having a fulfilling love relationship, you should definitely just have one on your own! You just need to find a suitable donor.
➦And by the way, that dude who’s trying to cut out the middleman will totally show up in a form of a sexy and wealthy doctor colleague. And offer tons of money for you to carry his baby.
➦But then another guy will show up too in a form of a scratching post. You know, for scratching a particular itch. He will offer pleasure as well as a relentless desire to date you and give you a baby. So what if he’s not great with money and might or might not engage in naked snowboarding once in a while?
➦That’s just you’re luck. You decide to be a single mom and then TWO men show up practically shoving that sperm in your face. Well, not literally. Although…
➦Never mind. Well, you guess it, the heroine of this book has a hard choice to make. So, who is she gonna pick? Will love be enough? By the way, no love triangle here what so ever, in case you were concerned.
➦I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Eve Dangerfield always manages to suck me into her stories with her unique characters and unpredictable storylines. The hero of this novel resembles most men in real life lol. You know, those who don’t quite have their shit together but are “working on it”.
➦He’s also a submissive in bed (most times), which, I notice, is a type of hero this author writes really well. I just have to say that when he does show his alpha side… well, it’s scorching hot. All in all, a great read full of fun banter, hot sexy times and angst. I don’t even think I have a name for this trope, but I suppose I will call it “baby making.” Definitely recommended if you’re looking for something different than your typical contemporary romance.
About the Author:
Eve Dangerfield has loved romance novels since she first started swiping her grandmother’s paperbacks. Now she writes her own tales about complex women and gorgeous-but-slightly-tortured men. Her work has been described as ‘the defibrillator contemporary romance needs right now,’ and not by herself, if you can believe that.
Eve currently lives in Melbourne with her boy, a bunch of semi-dead plants and a rabbit named Billy. When she’s not writing she can usually be found making a mess.