Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Review: Triple the Fun by Maureen Child

Title: Triple the Fun
Author: Maureen Child
Published: May 5th 2015
Source: Copy given by author for honest review
Genre: Adult Contemporary
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Caution: May contain spoilers
Baby, baby…baby?! It's triplets from USA TODAY bestselling author Maureen Child!

He's a captain of industry, a brooding billionaire and—a daddy? When Connor King learns he has fathered triplets, he feels double-crossed. Now nothing will stand in the way of claiming his heirs, not even their alluring legal guardian, Dina Cortez.

With the babies' mother gone, Dina has vowed to protect Sage, Sam and Sadie. But who will protect Dina from her feelings for the dark and defiant Mr. King? Because once she and the children are moved into Connor's California seaside mansion, his stately bed is just a heartbeat away…

My Thoughts:

This book absolutely caught me off guard in its wonderfulness. I picked it up thinking it would be a cheeky kind of story, but it turned out to give me so many feels I didn't even know how to begin to handle it.

Connor was asked years ago by his best friend, Jackie, to be the "baby daddy" for her wife, Elena. He donated his sperm, but they told him the artificial insemination didn't take. In the meantime, they had triplets, his children, without even telling him. He finds out from Dina, Elena's sister, when she gets in touch with them after the triplet's mothers died. He wants to be in their lives, even though Dina was given custody of the children. He won't take no for an answer and he will stop at nothing to get what he wants. He and Dina work out a deal, but they both get more than they bargain for when feelings come into play.

Triple the Fun was full of so much heart and humor, I finished with a smile and a sigh at how beautiful the story was. It was emotional, thinking about the losses both Connor and Dina faced, and then when Connor sees his children for the first time. I was on the brink of tears for the first part of the book, but still laughing just the same as Connor learns to play "daddy" for the first time. I loved how the two of them came together, how they learned to love each other and take care of the children. This story was brilliant, and I can't wait to read more by Maureen Child.

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  1. Wow to have triplets and not even know? Not fun. This one sounds cute.


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