The Match by Winter Renshaw
on March 30, 2020
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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All I wanted was a baby. No daddy? No problem. That’s what anonymous donors are for …
But when the fertility clinic accidentally sends me a letter addressed to a man whose ID matches my paperwork, I discover my child’s father is none other than world-renowned tennis champion Fabian Catalano—famous for his gorgeous face, chiseled abs, and broody, wildcard reputation.
Only everything changes when the clinic calls us in for damage control—and Fabian drops the bombshell of the century. Turns out the intense Adonis wants to get to know his daughter.
So I invite him to stay with us—temporarily.
Ground rules and all.
And our arrangement is simple … until it isn’t.
Between 2 AM confessionals and stolen kisses, my sweet little simple life has taken a very complicated left turn.
But oh, baby … what happens next—is a game changer.
What happens when a fiercely independent single mama learns the name of her baby’s anonymous donor? And not only that but he just so happens to be a drop-dead gorgeous, world-famous athlete? Then on top of that, he wants to meet his daughter?!
I don’t usually read this “soft” of a book, well not really anymore. I’ve had a hard time reading anything really this past year, my low blog activity shows that. It’s just been really hard to get into anything lately, let alone have it hold my attention long enough to finish it.
I was so excited for a book from Winter because she’s always been an author that can deliver for me. I’m happy to say that this one was a book I read in one sitting the other night. That’s been a rare thing lately for me. I did really enjoy this story, and it held my attention just fine.
The few things that did not work for me were the fact that some parts of the story seemed a bit glossed over when I think they should have been played out a bit more. Then the ending “conflict” seemed to wrap up a bit faster than I would have liked. It felt like it was just dropped and everything was ok. These are just my preferences, but I still loved the book, and I still do recommend this book.
I love Winter’s writing, her stories, and the fact that even though a couple things didn’t work for me – I still always end up loving her books. If you haven’t checked her out yet, or this book, do it!