Book Reviews of Project Daddy

Project Daddy
Project Daddy
Author: Kate Perry
ISBN-13: 9780821780282
ISBN-10: 082178028X
Publication Date: 5/1/2006
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Cute, quick beach read. The hero in this book is adorable but the female character seems to be a bit much of a space cadet. Good light reading.
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Fun - made me laugh - easy light read
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A really funny, totally delightful book about a clueless as to social skills woman who tries to find a man to provided sperm for her boss. And a guy who has been her friend for 15 years who wants to move beyond friendship.
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Very funny (the internal comic asides are a hoot!), quick read with believable characters.

How do you find the perfect match for the boss from hell?

Katherine Murphy needs to know. Her obsessive, demanding, supervisor has given her an assignment that goes way beyond the call of duty: find her a man. But not just any man -- he must have the perfect combination of good looks, job security, and soldid genes to make him daddy-worthy. So, with a lofty promotion being dangled in front of her, Katherine dives back into the dating pool to find another woman's Mr. Right...

There is, however, a problem with Katherine's approach: for some reason, going up to strange guys and asking if they're ready for fatherhood is getting her nowhere. Which is why she recruits her best friend Luc to help with the man hunt. As he drags her out to gallery openings and bars, Katehrine develops a new appreciation for Luc. But when Katherine strikes out in her search and Luc steps up to the plate as her boss's next date, she realizes he's perfect. Maybe too perfect to waste on someone else...
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I really enjoyed this book. It had an interesting premise: with Kat having to find a man for her boss. Kat being a highly intelligent, but socially inept woman. This makes meeting men difficult for herself, let alone someone else.
Would recommend as an entertaining weekend read.
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very good.