Publisher: Self-Published on May 12, 2015
Genres: Adult, Contemporary Romance
Pages: Novel Length
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He takes control...and gives all kinds of pleasure
In the space of about a second, successful restaurateur Dane Bergman has gone from millionaire playboy to daddy. Now he's the sole guardian of a very adorable and willful four-year-old child, and he's counting on his executive assistant, Pamela Atwater, to save his ass. Even if it means bringing her along on a month-long ocean-side retreat...
Pamela Atwater prides herself on being the perfect assistant. Whatever Dane wants or needs, she's there—pretending to ignore Dane's golden charm and drop-dead gorgeousness. On vacation, however, Pamela sees a side of Dane she never imagined. And it's a side that tempts her to cross the line between professional and personal. But is one month enough time to prove to Dane that his perfect assistant might just be his perfect match?
At A Glance
The beginning was slow but the story was enjoyable.
This story was adorable. The concept of a hard working, playboy millionaire finding out he has a four year old daughter (Dani) was perfect. So much struggle, so much drama. Loved it! The Millionaire Daddy Project was heartfelt, realistic, and interesting.
Dane is in no way ready to take care of Dani, so he enlists the help of Pam, his amazing assistant. I love how Dane, Pam, and Dani’s relationship grew in a genuine way. There were a lot of rough patches. Dani has just lost her mom and she is scared and feels alone. It really pulled at the heartstrings. Pam was amazing with her, making her feel comfortable, but Dane was a mess at first. But he slowly learned how to be a dad.
I could totally see these three becoming a happy family, which I think was the goal.
Dear God was the beginning slow. I just wanted something to happen! It took forever though.
I wasn’t on the Dane and Pam train for quite some time. I just didn’t feel the connection, except for attraction. It got better, but never 100%. Not my favorite couple, but not the worst either.
The sex is pretty minimal, but this book didn’t need lots of hot sex. It worked for the story and I felt satisfied.
I was happy with the book overall. It was a simple, cute read. I just wish there was more oomph, more connection. Recommended.
“It’s about showing someone you care for them, wanting them to care for you, doing things they like because you want them to be happy. Because their happiness makes you happy. That’s love, Dane. That’s how you’ll win…your daughter over.”
“Without you, I’m not me. Something inside that I didn’t even know about is broken without you.”
“Love comes in seemingly insignificant moments and if you’re not paying attention, you might miss them.”