A knock at my door reveals a very pregnant woman.
Good news: I’m not the father of her baby.
Bad news: I am the father of the baby her sister is carrying.
I’m the bad boy, rock star, playboy ice hockey star.
I collect paychecks and shell out broken hearts.
Now I’m collecting the storm of pregnancy hormones and shelling out foot rubs.
How am I supposed to go from the hottest bachelor in the world… to being called ‘Dad’?
Thanks to fate – and a potential bear attack – I end up pregnant by an ice hockey player.
But what am I supposed to do?
Just show up and knock on the rich star athlete’s luxury apartment door, then caress my pregnant belly?
Well, that’s exactly what I should do.
Only my sister decides to get involved.
Next thing I know I’m spending more time with Abel than I ever dreamed of.
There’s no way a guy like him would really want me. Something has to go wrong here.
Then one day I see a text message not meant for me and it all suddenly makes sense.
But at least I know what Abel’s end game is now.
I enjoyed this story more than I realized until I started to write this review. Abel and Wren were fun and cute, and Abel was the right kind of cocky. He knew who he was and what his strengths were–good and bad–which made him easy to like.
Wren was just as likable except when her pregnancy hormones kicked in and she became a little bit…whoa. The one character I didn’t really like at all was Wren’s sister, Wendy. She just seemed mean and bitter but covered it as just caring or whatever. Could have done without her.
My favorite part of this story was the hockey team. The guys were funny and silly and had each other’s backs. They made this story for me more than the romance aspect. Not that the romance aspect was bad but it felt more like lust than love to me. But I loved Remi too much not to give the next book a shot…
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