Quarterback Daddy

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Harlequin, 2010 - Fiction - 245 pages
9 Reviews
A party-loving sports figure is not an ideal parent in Alexis Brown's eyes. Too bad quarterback Dan Delito is the only parent her niece has. Alexis isn't in a position to raise the baby on her own, which means she needs Dan's help. And that means she'll have to make nice with the unsuitable man. Fine.

Much to Alexis's surprise, however, Dan is good with his daughter. He also knows he needs help, so he convinces Alexis to act as a nanny until he gets this parenting thing down. And soon their uneasy friendship changes into an unlikely romance. But can a football player, a lawyer and a baby really make a family?

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Review: Quarterback Daddy (Suddenly a Parent #14)

User Review  - Trisha Morrison - Goodreads

I enjoyed the light read. Romance with a football spin. Doesn't get much better than that. Read full review

Review: Quarterback Daddy (Suddenly a Parent #14)

User Review  - Goodreads

I enjoyed the light read. Romance with a football spin. Doesn't get much better than that. Read full review

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