A Father At Last by Julie Mac
(Escape Contemporary Romance)

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As a secret baby book, the story must do two things: 1) convince me that keeping the secret justified and 2) that the secret should be kept for an ongoing period of time. Unfortunately both failed for me...The low key nature of the storytelling along with the overly dramatic and forced emotional highs came off false.
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Sensibility is lawyer Kelly Atkinson’s second name. So how can she love bad boy Ben Carter? Ben is a no-go area, as far as she’s concerned. There can never be anything between them. Apart from their six-year-old son, Dylan.

But Dylan is all the more reason why there can never be anything between them. Kelly’s dad was in trouble with the law when she was a child and she lost him. Never in a million years would she want her darling son to suffer the same fate, no matter how powerful the chemistry between her and Ben.

And it’s there, strong and potent as ever.
 

About Julie Mac

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Julie Mac loved writing stories from the time she started school, so a career in journalism and PR writing was a natural progression. These days, she relishes the freedom of writing fiction: her characters can do and say anything she wants them to, and there’s no risk of misquoting anyone. Julie writes contemporary romance and likes nothing better than to have her characters surprise her. She and her husband live on a lifestyle block in pretty countryside just north of Auckland. She enjoys beautiful landscapes, the company of friends, and of course, good books. A Father at Last is her debut novel.
 
Published March 1, 2013 by Escape Publishing - Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Ltd. 141 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane on Mar 18 2013

As a secret baby book, the story must do two things: 1) convince me that keeping the secret justified and 2) that the secret should be kept for an ongoing period of time. Unfortunately both failed for me...The low key nature of the storytelling along with the overly dramatic and forced emotional highs came off false.

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