Publisher Description

Abe: I have more money than I could spend in two lifetimes, but no one to spend it on. Ever since I was a lonely little boy, I've wanted a family to call my own, a real family, not one where parents give you away to your mean grandfather to rot under his thumb. One comprised of a loving mother and a doting father. And that's a dream I've never given up. I know I could be a great father, even if I'm don't think I'd be much of a husband. When I see her ad asking for a sperm donor, I realize it's the opportunity to get what I've always wanted. I just wasn't expecting to fall so hard for her. What will she say when she finds out that I'm the mystery donor? Will I be able to keep my dream family together, or with the secret tear us apart? 

Kalya: Bouncing from foster home to foster home, I've never really had a family. So once I got older, I decided to build one on my own. A mystery donor provides what I need to get started, but that's when the bottom falls out. Losing my job forces me to look for work elsewhere, preferably somewhere I can bring my baby along. That's where he comes in. He's a billionaire, but he's got a soft spot for single mothers. He offers me a position working in my home office, and he'll provide room and board. He's hot, rich, and kind, so I decide to take a chance. Although he's generous, he's also distant, almost cold. Until he kisses me for the first time. Everything is going well until I discover he's been hiding a secret that could shatter both our lives. How do I forgive him from keeping it from me? 

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
August 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
205
Pages
PUBLISHER
DM
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
314.3
KB

Customer Reviews

Crazy not lazy ,

Billionaire Baby Daddy

I didn’t care for it. Really Mickey Mouse.

aroseklein ,

Pass

This storyline had so much potential but I saw myself frequently skimming. Also, I admit I like a few sex scenes here and there in books but these seemed to be written by an 18 year old boy. I downloaded this book for free but would not recommend.

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