From a duo of USA Today Bestselling Authors comes a SINGLE DAD SEXY ROMCOM STANDALONE.Red FlagsToo loud.Too clingy.Too much make up I could go on and on The other guys in the Single Dads Club would say Im obsessed with finding them But none of their kids mothers call a maximum security prison home either, so their opinions mean shit.Caterina Santora has her own list of red flagsShes too young.Shes my clients daughter.Shes my five year olds camp counselor.Even after repeating this mantra to myself every morning on the way to Lilys summer camp, guess what happens the moment I see Cat Yeah, that mantra turns into ride me, doggie style and reverse cowgirl Every Damn Time.The fact that she doesnt remember me from six years before grates on me until I dont have it in me to leave her alone any longer I have to have her But our lives are opposites in every way In no way compatible.When were together all the complications fade away and I have to keep reminding myself, even if I can have her I cant keep her....
|Title||:||Real Deal (Single Dads Club Book 1) (English Edition)|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||407 Pages|
|File Size||:||693 KB|
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Real Deal (Single Dads Club Book 1) (English Edition) Reviews
I loved it! Well written, well developed characters, funny, sexy, this book has it all! I loved how Marcus cares so well for his daughter and is actually also a really nice guy while being really hot too! Catarina you gotta love, she is sweet, funny and loves not only Marcus , but his little daughter too. Throw in some other hot single daddies that don't know how to behave themselves and a couple of cool and feisty roommates and you have yourselves a story!
3.5*Real Deal is the first book in a new series by Piper Rayne, all featuring single dads and the women they fall for. I loved the idea of this - the single-dad trope is one I've recently started to search out more of, as it doesn't seem like there are enough of them out there. So I was excited to see that there would be 3 books to this series.I really enjoyed the Modern Love series and I hoped this would be more of that same funny yet heartfelt feel. I mean come on, single dads- what's not to love??? I was expecting the swoon factor to be out in full force. But honestly, this has been a hard one for me to review. I keep writing and deleting, writing and backspacing. There are parts of this book that I really loved, but just as many I didn't.I loved that Marcus is a doting and caring dad to his five year old daughter, Lily. I loved that she comes first in all aspects of his life. They have a really sweet relationship and you can definitely feel the love between them. But I didn't love how he would constantly put her off when she asked about her mommy. It bothered me and made me sad for her when he'd push her questions to the side, not wanting to talk about it until he was ready. I realize she's 5 and wouldn't understand the truth about where her mom was, I just wish he had sat down and talked with her sooner.Cat is someone from Marcus's past, who shows up in their small town of Climax Cove and ends up being Lily's camp counselor. This causes some tension, because their history is not a pleasant one. But Marcus sees Cat in a different light, now that she's all grown up. And even with the obstacles he puts out there for himself when it comes to her, he can't let the attraction go. For Cat, getting over the past is not that easy, since she's the one who was hurt and humiliated. But once she's able to forgive him for that situation, a whole new set of issues pop up between them.Marcus and Cat's relationship was just kind of iffy for me. I don't know if it's the age difference, Marcus's attitude, or what exactly, but I wasn't really invested in these characters.I also have a problem when a character I've loved in a previous book makes an appearance and is shown in a completely different light- one that makes me not like them. I find that so frustrating, and so as not to spoil anything I won't say who it is, but it was disappointing for me.I wish I could say I'm excited for the next book in the series, but if it's Dane's story I'm not sure it will be any better. I don't mind a goofy, over-the-top friend, but I think Dane's character was just too over-the-top. Everything with him seemed like it was a joke, and a not very funny one. I'm not sure if it's possible to make him loveable.I was just sadly left feeling underwhelmed with the whole story.Overall, Real Deal is a light easy read, with really not much drama, that I'm sure will appeal to many.
I loved this. I actually read Dirty Talker first before I realised I should have read this one. It didn’t really matter that I was reading out of order anyway. I really liked Marcus. He was raising his daughter Lily alone. She was 5 years old and had questions about her mother that Marcus was reluctant to answer. Given where her mother was, it was understandable why.Cat is Lily’s camp counselor. She also embarrassed herself with Marcus six years ago. She pretends she doesn’t know him at first. He is drawn to her but isn’t one to get involved with anyone because his daughter is his priority. They begin spending more time with one another. Lily likes Cat and wants her to be her mother. Lily’s real mother wants to see her. I loved the story. I loved Marcus and Cat’s story. Lily was sweet too. I enjoyed this very much and couldn’t put it down.
Some times life throws you a curve ball. That is what happened to Marcus and how he ends up in Climax Cove. He is now a single dad and restores boats for a living. The story starts with Marcus taking his daughter to the first day of camp for kids of single parents. He finds that his child's counselor is a woman he knew and hasn't seen in 6 yrs after he had rudely turned her down. Cat try's to act as though she doesn't remember Marcus after the embarrassing way he shot her down yrs ago. Neither can deny their attraction to each other and soon start a relationship that will be tested by insecurities. This book is was funny and romantic and made you want it not to end. This a must read and I promise you will not be disappointed.
Real Deal: A Single Dads Club Romance by Piper RayneI would advise you to read Jailbait first – sign up with the author to get the free prequel. This will help you to understand what transpired 6 years earlier. Marcus is the hot dad who is besotted with his five year old daughter. He only has room for his daughter and his business. If he needs a release it will be a onetime deal and nowhere near his daughter. When he takes Lily to summer camp he spots Cat, who for some reason is pretending that she does not remember him. What a knock to his ego. Cat knows exactly who Marcus is and the chemistry is still evident although she tries to ignore it. After all, a girl can only take so many rejections, right? Can Marcus let Cat in? Can he share his life with her and his daughter or is he setting them both up for heartbreak? This was a good read and at times I wanted to hit Marcus over the head. He had a nasty tongue at times however he does redeem himself eventually. There was enough angst and building climax in this story to hold your attention. You connect with the characters and will definitely fall in love with little Lilly. The author has a very nice style of writing. I am interested to read more of the single Dads Club Romance and I must be honest and say I am looking forward to Garrets story, while I am sure that Dane story is going to be a laugh a minute with his naughty ways and unfiltered mouth.Reviewed for Hot books and Sassy Girls book blog
5 Crazy Ass Must Read Stars!!!!!I just love Piper Rayne! Their debut series, Modern Love, hooked me to their writing and the start of this series has hooked me even more.Marcus and Cat's story was sweet, downright sexy as heck, and filled with that humor that the writing duo is known for. I love Lily. So damn cute.I really like when characters from other books (series) are folded into the mix of a new series. It's like catching up with old friends. So when I realized that Cat is Tahlia's (The Boxer) sister, I was excited.The supporting characters have this book whore's curiosity is piqued that's for sure, especially to see what the douche canoe Dane brings to this series. I do look forward to seeing how PR will ingratiate him to me. It'll be interesting.