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Is She Going To Be Just A Babysitter | Lucky Call by Ashlyn Hope



Title: Lucky Call
By: Ashlyn Hope
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Summary from Goodreads: Amy is such a Gemini!!! She’s a jersey-chasing wild child who never wants the party to end, but in between tequila shots, she keeps fantasizing about settling down with Mr. Right and their perfect children. But her dreams might not be able to become her reality…

After a routine medical appointment, Amy gets crushing news: she’s infertile. To ease the heartache, she takes her jersey chasing and partying to the next level.

But there is a glimmer of hope when she shows up for a booty call with Tyrese… and he answers the door with a baby in his arms!

She had secretly hoped this “life-long bachelor” would become her happily ever after, but she didn’t think she had a chance. Now, a former lover springs a surprise baby on Tyrese, turning him into a single dad, and he needs all the help he can get, which Amy gladly gives. Is she just going to be a babysitter for this sexy football stud, or is this a fast track to her HEA?




Review: Holy cannoli! Another hot and steamy story by Ashlyn Hope. We continue our journey with the Jersey Chasers as they start to realize that there is so much more to life than chasing tale. Our main character struggles with the idea of wanting a family, but not sure if she can actually have children. What I loved about this story was how true to life it really was. Baby drama is something that can break a relationship, but at the same time, it can also bring people together. The way that the father decided to take his child even though he didn't know the first thing about parenting, was heartwarming. What I didn't like about the story was the fact that it was so short. I wanted back story on the characters and a little more depth to them. Although, they were still likable and kept my attention.

This was a great hot sexy romance with just the right amount of sex to keep you interested. Recommended to anyone who likes a good romance.    

Received an advance reader copy in exchange for a fair review.


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