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Walk the Line

By: J. Kenner
Narrated by: Noah Michael Levine
Series: Man of the Month, Book 12
Length: 2 hrs and 43 mins

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Elena is too young for me, not to mention she’s my boss’ daughter, and she babysits my kid. That’s beyond complicated. Especially since I’m not in the market for a relationship - but I can’t deny the attraction that sizzles between us.   

I need to ignore it. A single dad, all I want is to take care of my little girl, do my job, and enjoy my friends. Anything more is asking for complications I can’t afford. Asking to be hurt again.   

Trouble is I want her, too. And when our flirty sparks turn to flames, I give in to temptation. Our secret fling is scorching hot, better than I’d even imagined.  

But secrets get out, and I could lose my job and my reputation. And I’m starting to realize she’s the one thing I’m not willing to lose.

©2018 Julie Kenner (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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  • 22-09-2018

Finding your forever

This is the final book in the series and I'm sad to see it end. This is Brent's story...yes, single dad Brent with the cute-as-a-button daughter. Elena is Tyree's adult daughter...you know Tyree, owner of the Sixth Bar. She is also just finishing up college...yep classic older guy/younger woman story. Brent is hesitant to let any woman into his life since his ex walked away from him and his daughter, but the chemistry between him and Elena is palpable. Elena loves babysitting Brent's daughter...not only is the little girl simply adorable, but it gives Elena some alone time with Brent. The two finally give in to the chemistry but will it be long term? As with the other books, there is also a little suspense in this story. It is a quick read but packed with much action. Sad to see 'the end'.