Saturday, March 28, 2020

The Six Week Single Dad By: Julie Archer

The Six-Week Single Dad
Author: Julie Archer
Publisher: Julie Archer
Published: October 2018
Format: Paperback
Pages: 94
Rating: 4/5
It’s only six weeks… 

Hayden Kinsella all but panics when his ex says she’s leaving him to care for their son while she skips off to Paris. 
Problem is, he’s never looked after little Alfie for more than a day on his own. 
Seeking help from his best friend’s younger sister may be the answer. 
Or maybe not, since the gorgeous Bea has always been off limits. 
But it’s only for six weeks. 
Who is he kidding? 

A lot can happen in six weeks…

I found this book on Amazon not too long ago, and it seemed like a super interesting story. I definitely didn't know how thin it was until it arrived at my door, but man oh man do I wish there was more than 94 pages in here!

angry hate GIFSo straight from the beginning, you get thrown into this story between Hayden, Bea and Alfie. It truly doesn't take long before this relationship happens, and a lot can clearly happen in six weeks between two people who have the amount of sexual tension that could be cut with a plastic knife!

From the beginning, I absolutely HATE Maddy. I generally never use the word hate so easily, but man let me tell you that she's a real class B****! Every single time that she came to the front of the story, I really felt like reaching into the book and giving her a good two slaps across the face.

I will say that there were some moments that I found to be typical and definitely rushed since it is such a short novel--Which I also really wish that it was a full length novel! I felt like there was so much more that could have come out from this book to make it longer.

Although there was an obvious connection between Hayden and Bea, I feel like there could have been more to stretch out their relationship to have some more drama and angst going on.

Can I just take a second and talk about Alfie and how freaking adorable he is in this novel?! Like the connection he has with both his father and Bea is beautiful, you can't help but get attached with him!

Overall, this was a great read! I felt like it was just too short for my liking, and I wish that there was a lot more to the story, which is why it felt rushed. The connection between the characters is so apparent, you are drawn to them immediately!

That's all for my review, I hope you enjoyed it, and if you're interested in an insta-love story that's under 100 pages, I would definitely recommend grabbing this book!

So until the next time, Keep Reading!!

Your Graduated Bookworm! :)

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