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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.

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Disappointment

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.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • L.D.
  • Lebanon, TN, USA
  • 01-30-10

Love Susan Mallery

Fluffy love story. Narrator was terrible. I always enjoy SM's books.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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No so good...and this from a Susan Mallery fan.

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.)

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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I HEAR YA

THIS IS A GOOD BOOK, BUT THE NARRATOR WHO READS THIS BOOK SOUNDS LIKE A CHILD. ANY SEXUAL CONTENT SOUNDS MORE LIKE CHILD PORN.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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  • Kim
  • il, usa
  • 04-24-15

This is her worst!

Start off the story was boring! The audio girl sound like she is 8 years old! As much as I love her books this one wasn't good at all!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Just couldn't hold my interest

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.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Not my favorite

This was a little more repetitive than I can handle. Not my favorite from this author.