Very different perspective...you get to hear what a man's biological clock sounds like. I loved it!
It was ok read, but it's not going on my keeper shelf.
Meet Charlie Feldman. An almost-handsome fortysomething sportswriter whose biological daddy clock is ticking loud and clear. Charlie wants a baby. Badly.Enter Lacy Gazzar, a sexy,feisty thirtysomething who's about to send her daughter off to college and finally dive into a grown-up life all her own. Lacy's more then happy to help Charlie in his search for the perfect mommy. She's willing to aid him through a hilarious and sometimes humiliating round of personal ads,relentless blind dates,and absolutely appalling encounters.The one thing she isn't willing to do is have Charlie's baby.
But then they become friends.Really good friends. And one hot,magical,moonlet night... well,let's just say accidents will happen.
What comes next is laugh-out loud,cry-your-eyes-out proof that the course of true love never runs smoothly-and the best-made plans between a man and a woman almost always go wonderfully awry.
I truly enjoyed this story by Judy Markey. I am a fan of her work. It just struck a nerve with me even though the ending was a bit abrupt. You will like it.
I enjoyed this book on tape. A lightweight noook with a predictable outcome but what romances don;t meet that criticsm. It made me smile and laugh out loud. I am sure the other driver's wondered about me as I drove along, alone laughing.
She wants her freedom.........he wants to change diapers...great read!
Sparkling light romance about a woman concerned her biological clock is clicking and her search for an appropriate "donor"!