Whoever wrote the blurb for this book is a genius. As soon as I read it, I had to get my hands on this book. It sounded funny and unique, and I went into it with this idea of how I thought it was going to play out and from the first chapter it kept me guessing. Because I was wrong and yet I was right. It was funny, yet serious and it treated the whole thing maturely but with some laugh out loud moments.

 

Rosalind was a little crabby and standoffish, but she had a lot going on and throw in some pregnancy hormones and I understood her crankiness. Especially having experience with a whoops baby, it’s a weird mix of emotions. And I was lucky enough not to have the added stress of an undefined relationship with my baby daddy.

 

Joey made the whole book for me. He was so sweet, he reminded me of a big over excited puppy. He was just so lovable and everything he did was done with such pure motivation. He even took Rosalind’s crabby attitude in stride and just tried harder to make things easier for her. I adored him. From the first moment he was everything you could ask for in this situation. He made me laugh at his antics and he had such a positive sunny attitude it was hard not to love him.

 

Thankfully, Rosalind agreed with me and couldn’t resist his charms and all the effort he put into making it all work for them all. Rosalind’s family was funny and added a lot of depth to the story. I really enjoyed this and I kind of wish I had read the other books in the series, not because this wasn’t an awesome standalone but because I got a few little snippets about the earlier couples and they sounded fun. And I have a new author to stalk. YAY

 

 

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