Billionaire’s Club, Book 4
Synopsis: In The Billionaire Single Dad by Mandy Baxter, Carter Christensen takes a much-needed break after a less-than-stellar season as a Dallas Cowboy. He’s ready to go to his cabin with his twin daughters and get a little peace and quiet. But what he doesn’t count on is meeting a woman who will rile him up completely.
Tess Adams is still loving her decision to escape bustling New York-and her cheating boyfriend-behind, and live in a sleepy Texas town. But when a single dad with twins moves in to the cabin across the way, Tess feels anything but peaceful. The more she gets to know the oh-so-sexy Carter Christensen, the more Tess starts to think that she should give up her quiet, safe life, and give into passion.
Review: I enjoyed all the short volumes of this series and I was curious to discover the history of the last brother. Unlike the others, Carter is a widower raising two little girls. This is a very difficult job for a man who is not accustomed to this and who expected to raise his children with the woman of his life before fate took her. This is why, he still lives with her mind at his side. His life will change completely when, during some holidays, he meets with Tess, his pretty neighbor who also seems very attracted to him.
It was interesting to see a father here and it’s true that this is what immediately drew me in the summary. We do not often have the opportunity to have parents and I found it intriguing to see what the author had in store for us. I loved seeing the relationship existing between parents and children, as well as the difficulty to want to reform something with another person. By cons, it is true that ultimately the intimate relationship took too much precedence over the story and I was expecting maybe a little more than that. Then, it’s true that these are short stories so it’s always a bit tricky to add a lot in them. In all cases, I had a good time with our two characters.