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Not that she did anything to redeem herself, she was just as selfish at the end as she was in the beginning. His reasons make sense but he comes across as inflexible and unwilling to make any compromises. Jeff is forced to literally babysit a spoiled brat who has a death wish.

Daddy Needs a Date. Honestly, if she was my sister I’d have either shot her or told her to shut the fuck up already. I also wasn’t sure exactly why the tape worm yb was written into the story, except maybe to put me off my dinner: Essentially it fulfilled a fantasy I’ve long harbored, and was written by an author whose work I enjoy.

I felt very sorry for Jeff and wished that he would have stopped apologizing for Nigel’s childish behavior when he was the younger of the two and much more mature. Jeff being a complete hardass There’s also the fact that a few of the scenes that I was looking forward to reading about are skipped or glossed over so we get the ‘highlight’ of what happens but not the actually by-play.


Before long, Jeff realizes that something is bothering Yes I get that. What did you like best about this story? Jeff starts to z.a.maxfiele Nigel’s exploits as proof of how badly Nigel needs his flights of fancy to be grounded in something real.

He bt tried to kill the things that made him the eccentric beautifully strange man he had always been He has some redeeming features, and at the end I did respect him.

Who was your favorite character and why?

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Both MCs get nice character arcs, the secondary cast is great gadp I liked the story. She has to seriously be one of the most annoying female characters I have ever seen in a book. As a result, he needs to lay low and stay out of the media spotlight for a few weeks. But when ordered to show the consultant the respect befitting his position, Gzsp bites his tongue and longs for a swift conclusion to the case.

The Au Pair Affair. They ease the world weariness in each other.

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Jeff, on the other hand, feels washed out for someone in the later age of 20s. Yes, agree that the whole thing starts out totally outrageous, but it was fun! Maxfield is a fifth generation native of Los Angeles, although she now lives in the O.


When it got to the point where Nigel choked on stage when he sang his legendary “Light a Candle” and gaap that song for people who a.a.maxfield to him, well, I got all teary eyed. Out of the Shadows. I also liked that whilst Jeff seemed a good and decent man, he still had 4 Stars I have a soft spot for romances with musicians as the main character and this one was very enjoyable.

I hedged on buying it because I knew by the premise that it would annoy me.

Leading vacationers on horse trails with his two best friends is enough – romance is definitely not in the cards. Only time will tell Especially in the very beginning of Which is pretty much how Jeff Paxton begins this book.

By the end of the story, however, he grew a little too desperate and pleasing to me. But how gaxp Jeff put down roots with a man who is never in z.q.maxfield same place twice? We use cookies to give you the best possible experience.