Reader Review: Iâm a Susan Mallery fan and have to say I never heard of this book before. When I saw it on Diesel I just had to buy it. What a wonderful hidden gem. If you are a Mallery fan you will not want to miss this book. Full-Time Father is a heart warming tale of love lost and found. Donât let this book pass you by. You wonât be disappointed.
He had a secret daughter?
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 truththat he hadn't known about her? And why was her beautiful aunt, Erin Ridgeway, 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 .
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|Title of eBook: Full-Time Father||Series: Hometown Heartbreakers, , #5|
|Release Date: 06-15-2012|
|Publisher: Silhouette Single Title|
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"There's a woman here to see you," Kiki said, sticking her head into her boss's office.
Parker Hamilton wasn't really working, but he didn't raise his gaze from the computer screen. The program wasn't coming together. He couldn't concentrate. Everyone had been telling him to slow down or he would burn out. He shifted in his chair and wondered if he could feel the heat of that even now. He would hate like hell if everyone had been right.
"I'm not interested, Kiki," he said, still not looking at her. "Tell your friend she's wasting her time."
He didn't hear his housekeeper move into the room, but he felt her presence. Sure enough his screen soon filled with her reflection. She was standing behind him, with her hands on her hips. The image wasn't clear enough to see her face, but he knew her expression would be impatient. She'd been impatient with him a lot lately. "You've got to stop staring at that little screen," she said.
"You're going to go blind. Or worse. Your eyes will change shape until they're square, like your monitor."
He punched in the Save command, then spun in his chair until he was facing her. His housekeeper was probably in her early fifties, although she was very coy about her age. As usual, she was dressed in a jogging suit. She must own dozens. Parker had seen a rainbow of colors, all with matching athletic shoes. Today she was dressed in fuchsia. He didn't know they made shoes in that color.
"How is having my eyes change shape worse than going blind?" he asked. Kiki had the most interesting, if illogical, mind.
"Don't try to change the subject. You have a visitor."
"You're the one who brought up my eyes," he reminded he...
Title: Full-Time Father
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Mallery's Hidden Gem
July 22, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Kansas City, KS US
Iâm a Susan Mallery fan and have to say I never heard of this book before. When I saw it on Diesel I just had to buy it. What a wonderful hidden gem. If you are a Mallery fan you will not want to miss this book. Full-Time Father is a heart warming tale of love lost and found. Donât let this book pass you by. You wonât be disappointed.
Interesting, heartwarming, funny
July 23, 2012
As another reviewer mentioned, I had not heard of this book earlier. Most of the time when Susan Mallery is mentioned, it's about her Fool's Gold series. So when I saw this book at Diesel, I had to buy it too.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I like that it did not just focus on the hero and heroine of this book. As the title aptly names, this book focuses a lot on the emotions of Parker finding out that he has a daughter Christie. From a recluse who had lost his wife five years ago and was still grieving, he found a reason to live on. The daughter, four year old Christie was an absolute delight. My favorite part of the book was when Eden (Christie's mum) asked Christie if she was afraid of the storm and she replied "It's just the clouds. They're talking to each other. They can't help it if their voices are really loud." Eden then asked her what about the lightning. And she replied "they're just passing notes." I really couldn't help laughing out. She was really so delightful!!
#5 Hometown Heartbreakers
March 24, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from DELAVAN, IL USA
This book was cute and sweet with a darling little girl. The quirkey housekeeper is really great.
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