They named it anything but love.
After a failed marriage to a domineering man, Erin refuses to be controlled by anything or anyone. That includes Seth, the father of her baby—a man who was supposed to be only a one-night-stand, a man who's used to always getting his way.
There's a reason that Seth Thomas, a successful defense attorney, is often referred to as the Bulldozer. If something needs to happen, he makes it happen. That includes being part of his baby's life—even if he never expected to be a father, even if Erin doesn't really trust him.
They'll work out an arrangement in the best interest of their baby—and if they occasionally have sex, well, that's just an added perk—but they both agree on one thing.
What they have will never be love.
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I wasn't a fan of Erin, I skipped and moved ahead several times. The writing was great, and I've enjoyed several other books by Claire Kent. I couldn't get over how utterly nasty she was to Seth through the whole book. Seth wasn't a prize either, but give me a break. It was the mood swings that drove me insane, she really likes him, but no he's trying to control me, so push him away, over and over and over again. Then later in her book she still talks to her ex.... I often wondered if I read two different books...