Grounds for Marriage
Lacey Kerr, at seventeen, had thought that of Tully Cleaver, before she'd made the mistake that had altered her life. And in ten years she hadn't changed her mind. For her daughter's sake Tully was welcome in their lives, and he had surprised Lacey by becoming a good father who wanted to be involved in Emma's...more
What was so intriguing about this book was nothing fit the mold. T...more
This one had a hero that was difficult to love. He was only 19, intoxicated and upset about a girlfriend and used the heroine as a means to make himself feel better. The result was a pregnancy at 17 for the heroine. She keeps the baby and becomes a single mom and although the hero provides for them and spends time with his daughter, it takes 10 years before he confronts her about growing to love her over the years. Of course, he has had other relationships over the intervening years, wh...more
This is more serious and realistic in tone than most Harlequin Presents, but Clair is a good enough writer to pull it off, weaving in small thre...more
After I read it, I could not figured out if they love each other. He fathered her child when he was 19 and she was 17. He did the weekend father thing which gave him more money of course. He did buy a nice house for the heroine and their child to live in.
He basically after fathering the kid without marriage acted like a male slut...more