Pride & Joy

Pride Joy RUNAWAY BABY Emily lartcourt s quiet and orderly lifestyle was about to take a tumble and her heart along with it A runaway toddler seemed to be leading Emily right into the arms of the child s dotin

  • Title: Pride & Joy
  • Author: Joyce Thies
  • ISBN: 9780373056613
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pride & Joy

    RUNAWAY BABY Emily 1lartcourt s quiet and orderly lifestyle was about to take a tumble and her heart along with it A runaway toddler seemed to be leading Emily right into the arms of the child s doting daddy Zack Petty, the country s most celebrated ex football star Although this handsome man turned Emily s head, she was determined not to become just another notch in ZRUNAWAY BABY Emily 1lartcourt s quiet and orderly lifestyle was about to take a tumble and her heart along with it A runaway toddler seemed to be leading Emily right into the arms of the child s doting daddy Zack Petty, the country s most celebrated ex football star Although this handsome man turned Emily s head, she was determined not to become just another notch in Zack s bedpost Zack knew Emily didn t think much of football and that she seemed convinced he was just another dumb jock But maybe that s what made his attractive new neighbor such an intriguing challenge How could he convince her that where she was concerned, he had lot in mind than a score

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    One thought on “Pride & Joy

    1. Jan

      There's some good stuff here about prejudices against jocks and women and in general. I really liked the set-up and the connection of the hero and heroine. Only, by the end I felt that Emily was putting all her dreams and hopes on the shelf, and I thought the hero was a bit selfish when push came to shove. In the end, I didn't really buy that they were going to work on those dreams equally, but that the hero would always come first, and I didn't really like that.

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