Sunday, July 29, 2012

Review: Lakeside Family

About the Book:
In the space of a minute, Nick Brennan learns he has a nine-year-old daughter—and that she desperately needs his help. All this time, his high school sweetheart, single mother Josie Peretti, thought he knew about their child. And that he just didn't care. About the ill little girl—or Josie, the woman he's never forgotten. But Nick made a long-ago promise never to forsake his family the way his father did. A promise he vows to make good on now…if only Josie will bless him with a second chance.

My Comments:
This is a sweet, squeaky-clean somewhat religious romance.  While certainly no classic, it was a perfect book to read while watching the water go by from my chair on the deck of a cruise ship.  Nick and Josie are both highly likable characters and it was easy to root for them.  Books like this show you how HOT a loving kiss can be.  Grade B.

I'd like to thank the publisher for making a review copy available via NetGalley.  I was not obligated to write a positive review.  

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