Release Date: February 25, 2019
Just like that.
That’s all it takes for me to know I wanted Ava for more than one night. She takes a single look at me and only sees a player.
The young, single mom doesn’t give her trust easily. Convincing her I want more than a one night stand is the best thing I’ve ever done until it all crashes down around me.
As I’m framed for crimes I didn’t commit, I fight to prove my innocence and battle to convince Ava and her daughter to stay.
When the stakes rise, will I be able to prove my vow of devotion?
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I enjoyed this one. It was basically a no angst easy peasy read. No OW or OM drama. Hero was charming and likable. Pretty much a player in the past, but there isn’t too much emphasis placed on that. Once he sees the heroine, he was 100% in. The heroine was a single mom of an almost six-year-old girl. I wasn’t particularly fond of the fact she hadn’t had sex since the one night stand that knocked her up. The year is 2019 and women can go to school and be single Moms and still have relationships and sex…sigh. Apart from that little niggle, I liked the heroine.
This was a pretty slow burn romance when it came to sex. With no sex scenes until 65% into the book. These were a great cast of secondary characters. A lot of them from previous books and Lily (Ava’s daughter) was adorable. There was also a thread of mystery woven throughout the story. It was pretty obvious who was behind everything from the start, but that didn’t bother me too much. Last, it was all wrapped up in a super sweet ending.