The man had seemed so innocent in the bar—okay, not innocent, per se. He’d been hot, hard, and possessed a butt that I wanted to bite like the last chocolate chip cookie in my stash.
He’d also skipped out of town faster than a villain in a B movie, leaving me woefully unsatisfied. I’d chalked the whole incident up to a bad night stand and moved on with my life.
That was before the news of a failed IUD. Before the plus sign. Before Jordan showed back up determined to make that night up to me.
I didn’t want a baby or a payday or a sexy, stubborn man in my life. I wanted to go back in time and pretend none of it had happened.
Unfortunately, my life had become all about that plus sign . . . and there wasn’t a damn thing I could do about it.
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Bad Night Stand
Decent story, ending with a HEA. I’ll read more from this author. Forewarning this story includes a child with a heart condition which can be a PTSD trigger for mothers of kids with CHD.
Bad Nights Stand
Bad Nights Stand was a Great Nights Read. The first time I have read this author’s work; it will definitely not be the last.
Some chapters use first person POV (only Abby’s) white others use third person. It was a decent story, but the constant switching was disconcerting. Either commit the entire book to 3rd person or have everything be first person from Abby or Jordan’s POV.