Here’s the blurb for Christmas With Daddy by C.J. Carmichael:
Detective Nick Gray loves his baby daughter, Mandy. But he's used to solving crimes--not changing diapers! So when he has sudden custody of Mandy, Nick is totally out of his element. Luckily his neighbor, Bridget Humphrey, is there to lend a hand.
Bridget has had feelings for Nick forever, but she's nothing like the glamorous women he dates. Then a funny thing happens. As they care for Mandy together, and as Bridget uses her skills to help him solve a case, it turns out she and Nick have a lot in common. In fact, their relationship could get serious. But is this fun-loving bachelor a candidate for happy ever after?
In the season of miracles, anything can happen!
Maybe it was just me, but I thought this book was all over the place. I was expecting one thing and got another.
I don't know much about numerology, but I thought it was pretty far fetched that it was taken to help the case. I can understand the severity of the case but I just couldn't see it being used.
I read Harlequin SuperRomance as a treat, they're my not so guilty pleasure. But I found this book far from a treat.
I'm such a moody reader! I think I'll keep this book around just in case...Maybe I'll pick it again next year.
Christmas With Daddy by C.J. Carmichael (2.5/5) Contemporary Romance; Harlequin SuperRomance # 1525; Published: Harlequin (11/2008); 100 + Reading Challenge (85);