Two horrific, brutal accidents…one massive miscommunication!
After one torrid night and some devastating news, Stevie Hunt discovers that she’s pregnant. She tried to do the right thing by telling the father, but circumstances prevented her efforts.
From superstar quarterback to billionaire entrepreneur, Janus Meyers thought he had it all. Until he discovered that there was more…two more, actually. Twins! Five year old twins that he knew nothing about!
Since Janus’ father had abandoned him before he was born, there was nothing that was going to stand in his way of being there for his own children. Especially when he discovers that their mother is none other than the woman who hadn’t been there for him during the one crushing moment of his football career.
Stevie was devastated when the man she hated more than anything…shows up and finally decides that he’s ready to be a father! At the most painful point in her life, this man had abandoned her! Can she trust him to care for their children’s tender hearts more than he cared for her own so many years ago?
Good story. I’m thinking that the last story will have Edward learning that he has a daughter in Evie and tries to exploit her.
Her Twin Surprise
Very enjoyable reading completed in one afternoon. Great characters.
Jumping to conclusions ends up hurting both parties
Her Twin Surprise is Janus Meyer’s story. Edward Meyer’s is on a quest to find his his sons. He discovers that he has three sons with different women. His oldest son has been found but wants nothing to do with Edward, who happens to be a nasty judgmental jerk! Janus is a football player and owner of several restaurants, he prefers to be silent owner. Stevie Hunt is a teacher working as a bartender to help make ends meet, Janus buys the bar where she works. Janus is smitten right away! Unforeseen circumstances cause the two of them to be separated and as a result they each think the other has” blown” them off. Throw in a pregnancy, two private Investigators, one a sleaze and five years passing and fate brings them back together and you get another great Elizabeth Lennox book!