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In this compelling romance, Williams brings back notorious playboy Norris Converse from her debut novel, Choices. Here, Norris grapples with falling in love and getting to know the teenage daughter he had never known he had. Original.
Paperback, 304 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Genesis Press (first published January 1st 2009)
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Just - The romance reader
I expected the book to be totally focused on the romantic relationship between Norris and Dahlia, and was pleasantly surprised that although that was the basis of the plot, Norris' discovery that he has a sixteen year old daughter also plays a huge part in the story.

Additionally, I appreciated the fact that although it was acknowledged that Norris and Dahlia are a mixed race couple and that can present some challenges, there wasn't an unnecessary emphasis put on their races. I enjoyed all the ch...more
Pat Cromwell
I'm going to paraphrase Dahlia (the heroine in Blindsided): "It's amazing that I could love someone with an ego (as in narcisis) as big as Norris and his daughter Reese"

That father and daughter team would die without a mirror! But I loved them, Dahlia and Ms. Williams because this book is as great and as fun as her debut book Choices. I didn't think it possible that she could outdo the cuteness of Justin from Choices but she most certainly did with Reese.

This is an uncomplicated fun read. I und...more
Business owner Dahlia Sinclair is involved in a no strings attached affair with Norris Converse. Early in the story we discover that Norris no longer wants a meaningless affair with Dahlia, because he has fallen in love with her. A relationship is the last thing Dahlia wants, after her husband destroy her faith in love. Telling Dahlia that he loves her is only one of Norris' problems, when he discovers he is the father of a 16 years old biracial daughter, he knew nothing about. He is instantly t...more
After reading 1585713007 Choices Indigo Love Spectrum] I was anxious to read this book to see how Norris would be taken down, and it surely was something else. Norris and Dahlia had this hot chemistry from the very first page of the book. Their relationship was certainly a rocky one, but one that seemed meant to be. His discovery of his daughter Reese was unexpected for him, but he handled it exceedingly well, and it was great to see how their relationship evolved. Overall this was another wonde...more
Great sequel to her first book "Choices". I enjoyed this book even more. Definately a little more steamy than the first.
I really enjoyed this book Norris and Reese were so funny and cute together. Norris was all that and then some to the ladies but Dahlia was tamed the beast . Dahlia was afraid of the love she had for Norris so she would not acknowledge her love for him, but Norris was a man that was used to getting what he wants so he would not take no for an answer. This book is about love of friends love of family, acknowledging the love you have if you read this book you will not be disappointed ., it is swee...more
Genney Blass
4 stars. Love the story; I understand how D' was going through regarding relationship wise, been there, and funny I think I am still there. His daughter, wow a very very Tween with superficial issues. Norris Mom, ooh I wanted to go in there and slap the taste out of her mouth, How dare she? Overall it was a delightful story. I truly enjoy how Norris pursue D' even though it was killing him that she was not showing the same love he had towards her. But I truly loved it. Kudos to the author, Thank...more
I love it. From start to finish.
I liked the story quite a bit it was great for some light reading and entertaining. I felt however that there were gaps in the story, not that the story did not flow but that there were sections that could have been elaborated on and things given more detail. Sometimes it felt like the pushes in the time line where too rushed and a bit of filler could have been used. Over all it was a good story with only a few word mishaps.
What a wonderful sequel...Tammy Williams has created a highly ENTERTAINING follow-up to her debut, "Choices" this REFRESHING and captivating tale is filled with a COLORFUL cast of characters, main and secondary and witty and ENGAGING dialogue that will definitely keep you turning the page...a highly recommended romantic treat...I DEFINITELY look forward to reading more from Ms. Williams.
Laverne Brewster
2.75 stars. This story went on and on and on. Norris and Dahlia's romance seemed forced and random characters seemed to loom large in they interaction.

Could not understand why the hero liked the heroine but found myself warming up to her. I know she was hurt before but did not get why she only wanted to
be in a “cutbuddy” situation. I also thought that the Hero was serious about making his world about her and his daughter.

This book touches on almost every human emotion. Love, anger, frustration, fear, joy, pain. I really enjoyed reading this. Tammy Williams made the characters come alive and had me wanting more at the end. I anticipate reading more from this up and coming author.
Emerald Robinson
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It was decent, but I wasn't captivated by this book. I skipped around the book, thankfully, it was a eBook loan via my library.

Giving this one 2 stars.
Justine L2r
The follow up to choices by Tammy Williams. The couple from Choices and their children play a part.

Nicely done
I really enjoyed the characters in this book. Especially Norris, because he never gave up.
Sharon Huxford
Another woman too thick in the head,Norris should have left her lol
Super cute, kinda saucy. Would read again.
Wonderful follow to the Novel Choices
I really liked this book.
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