Book Review: Mother Maker

 


All I want is one night.

One night away from the falling down brownstone filled with my three best friends, a broody billionaire, and our seven children. Oh, and you can’t forget those adorable raccoons.

But the universe apparently has other ideas because I get drunk and sleep with the baseball player.
Now two little lines turn my escape into a completely new adventure. But we’re just going to co-parent not get into anything serious.

No matter how many times I tell Cortney Miller, who is now sharing my bed and watching my every move, that we’re not meant to be, he won’t let go.

Is it possible he could be more than just the mother maker?

Authors Note: Mother Maker is book two of the Momcoms Series and features an accidental pregnancy romance between a professional baseball player and a fun carefree single mom. Guaranteed to have some laughs with this one bed trope meddling family romcom.


My Review

I liked Dylan and Cortney as a couple. Cortney sure did not know what he was getting himself into in the beginning. I felt bad for him. Ooh and talk about the huge "bag word fee" that he racked up with the Shining Twins. They crack me up every time. 

Poor Liam, who is Dylan's son. I could understand where he was coming from with his antics. He is lucky that Cortney is a great guy to put up with scorching hot barbeque sauce and that "nair" incident. Yet that is nothing compared to the love he had for Dylan. 

These two did bring some spicy moments. Cortney is both good about giving as receiving. He found his lucky charm for sure in Dylan. 

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