Book Three of the Daddy School series, originally published in 1998. Dennis Murphy’s rambunctious seven-year-old twins swear he’s the best lawyer in Arlington, Connecticut. They don’t make his job easy, however. When the nanny he hires to watch the twins walks out on them one afternoon while Dennis is meeting with the opposing attorney concerning a libel case, Dennis is forced to bring his work home with him.
Gail Saunders is a lawyer in the public defender’s office. When her former client, a Russian immigrant who’s had a few scrapes with the law in the past, implores her to sue the city’s newspaper for libel after his name appears in a front page article in connection with a series of thefts, she agrees to represent him, even if it means going up against Murphy and his prestigious, wealthy law firm, and even if it means she has to deal with his wild children once their nanny goes AWOL. Gail isn’t the sort to become all warm and fuzzy around children—especially imps like Sean and Erin Murphy. She’s missing the maternal gene, and the romantic gene as well. Just because Murphy is smart and funny and sexy as hell doesn’t mean she’s going to fall for him. She knows his seductive charms are merely tactics in his effort to win the libel suit.
Being the sister of one of the founders of the Daddy School, Gail believes Murphy could use a few lessons in how to be a better father. But she’s got a few things to learn, too, and Dennis Murphy might just be the man to teach her.
Father Of Two by Judith Arnold
What can I say? I haven’t laughed so much or so hard in a long time. Good book! Gonna find more books by this author.
Father of Two by Judith Arnold
I LOVE books with kids, especially ones with multiples! Hey are soo much fun. When Dennis gets his twins they are already 7, and a BIG handful. Later he meets Gail and somehow even though she doesnt like kids’ these two win her heart(&daddy’s too). Will they have kids together? Will more twins be in the picture? I cannot wait to read the next one to see what happens.
Father of Two
Great book. Funny, real life, fun too read.