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    Cute, fun, sweet and smexy

    This was such a cute, fun, sweet and smexy read! After putting her life on hold in order to follow the men in her life, Katrina has decided it’s time to put herself first. She has a list of things she wants to accomplish before she considers dating again. But the intense heat she feels each time she sees Max is hard to ignore. When they are thrown together for an art exhibit, she agrees to a “disposable” relationship. Nothing permanent, nothing demanding or complicated, just something…simple. Boy, I could totally see myself as well as friends in Katrina. Adjusting her life to fit what she thought a man wanted and then realizing that time had flown by and she hadn’t succeeded in accomplishing some of her goals left her feeling like a failure. I loved that she was determined enough to fight for what she wanted even at the cost of heartache. Her refusal to settle for less is a mantra girls/women hear and may repeat, but often never follow. Max was fun and flirty from the beginning. He was a lighthearted hero who was forthright with Katrina and determined to make her like him. Watching them together each time she tried to get rid of him was too cute. The fact that he called her on it only added to the cuteness factor. But as a single father, he had to be up front with her that his daughter was the center of his life and she would always take precedence over everything else. While there was a lot of steam and chemistry between this hero and heroine as well as plenty of smiles and some drama, above everything else, this story felt real. Like many of this author’s books, each of these characters are developed with flaws. They do not have perfect bodies, they do not always smoothly glide from one scene to the next. They stumble and waiver, they are both awkward at times and communication is often difficult but always feels real. Katrina and Max were perfectly imperfect and totally realistic and I loved them all the more for it.
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    ...an impressive impact.

    Adams reminds the heart it's okay to be vulnerable. Single Dad is willing to appeal to the adorable side of life. Katrina and Max are at their most sexy when letting their emotions run free. If less is more, Noelle Adams sure knows how to make an impressive impact.
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    Addictive read

    Another amazing read by Noelle Adams. I really enjoyed reading this book. Katrina might not be looking for a relationship or get involved with anyone, not after her last relationship. Meeting Max and getting to know him, Katrina realizes that she can have it all, her career, living on her own, having her own house, a dog and a relationship. All Katrina needed was to find the right man. Single Dad was a fun short read and I can’t wait to read more of Noelle Adams work. A must read! ***Received this ARC from NetGalley as an exchange for an honest review.
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