One moment, computer consultant Parker Hamilton was quietly programming in his house along the rugged Pacific coast. And the next, his life was thrown into a tailspin. He discovered he was a father. What would he do? What would he say to his daughter? Did she know the truth - that he hadn't known about her? And why was her beautiful aunt, Erin Ridgway, suddenly giving him the chance to be a full-time father?
Despite everything, Erin promised herself she'd give Parker a chance to know his daughter. But what could a lonely millionaire know about raising a little girl? Well, Erin was going to have to find out...for the sake of Christie, who so desperately wanted a family.
©2006 Susan Mallery; (P)2009 Audible, Inc.
This is the first Susan Mallery novel I didn't like; and the narrator made it even worse. The story line was week and the narrator's voice gave all the characters an air of unbelievability. Not worth the credit or cost.
Okay I really enjoy Susan Mallery and listen/read most all of her books but this was not one of her best. I don't know which was worse the story or the narrator. The narrator has such a squeeky voice so when she was Kristy, the 4 year old girl, she was perfect. It made it hard to feel any emotional connection between the two main characters with that squeeky voice trying to pretend she was a man. Mix that with the so-so story and it was a disaster for me. A few times I thought I would just stop listening because the story got so boaring. Save your credits (and I'll be avoiding anything else by this narrator.)
I am a big Susan Mallery Fan, but this just couldn't hold my interest. You can gain as much from the synopsis as the book. That's it in a nutshell.
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