I love Silhouette Special Edition series line because they are always emotional and excellent reads. I love the author Karen Rose Smith because she comes up with amazing novels about characters that really have interesting lives. I love her Daddy in Progress series because it is about three brothers all becoming daddy’s when they really didn’t think they would. Yesterday I reviewed the first book in the series and today I will be reviewing the second book about the youngest brother Sam Barclay becoming a daddy. Corrie Edwards wants a baby and she has chosen Sam to be that father but the problem is she only wants him for his sperm not to be a father figure in her baby’s life. Sam and Corrie have to take this slowly and think about what they are getting into because Corrie doesn’t want Sam to marry her or be a father to her child but Sam doesn’t think he can only give Corrie his sperm and never be apart of his child’s life when it is finally born.
Corrie thought that she would ask Sam for his sperm and he would either say yes and leave her and her child be or say no and she would have to find some other way to finally have the baby that she has always wanted. They have a very strange courtship but they do start to fall in love with each other when they spend time together trying to plan how they would handle this baby plan that Corrie has all mapped out. Sam wants this child with Corrie and he wants to become a permanent part of it’s life not just some sperm doner or some weekend dad. In the end they finally understand that they love each other and that their child will have both a loving mother and father to take care and love it when it is finally born. Here is the description of the book from the back cover and picture:
THE DADDY PLAN $ 4.99 (Book 2)(216 Pages)
Sam Barclay would father her child, and Corrie Edwards would get the baby she always wanted. It sounded like a good plan…until sperm donor Sam decided he wanted to be the daddy fate had once denied him. It was supposed to be strictly a business arrangement. Romance wasn’t on Corrie’s radar. But the closer they came to conception, the more Sam wanted to make things personal. Could he convince Corrie that, together, they had what it took to create the home and family they both craved?