Reviewed by Melissa Brus
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
Austin and Sandra are unknowingly caught in the middle of a bet. Austin is more than he appears. He looks like a tattooed drifter, with no responsibilities and zero desires to be anything other than an opportunist. So when he literally drops out of the sky into Sandra’s ordered and practical life, she is unprepared for the disruption he brings with him. Add in a mysterious appearance by an infant that Austin claims is his son and things are just getting interesting. This book has a great concept. There were moments that I laughed out loud at the absurdity of the situations these characters find themselves in. The romance is not a primary part of the book with almost all of the physical interactions occurring off page. The pace felt like it dragged in sections where the main characters went through the same mental gymnastics regarding their possible relationship. The story is fun and it is an easy read. This would be a great beach read or a lazy Sunday afternoon read.