Genres: Contemporary Romance
Released on February 28, 2018
You know those heroes you just can’t connect with? Those that turn into something more than you expected? Yep, Oliver was that hero for me. His growth from a man so up tight to a man letting it go for the woman he loves and impregnates! Sage is just the woman to loosen his tie and bring him to his knees!
The Dirty DILF’s series is all about the babies! This second installment in the series brings Oliver and Sage back to life. Oliver is the twin brother of Seth from Have My Baby and Sage, Ally’s best friend from the same book. In Have My Baby , Sage wins a trip to Las Vegas that she is all down with going on with her best friend. Oops! Ally’s pregnant and can’t go so Sage is determined to go by herself only to discover Oliver’s on the flight with her.
These two *shakes head*. They snark at each other left and right. Sage works as a waitress at the local diner after her parents sell off the inn they own and start traveling the world. All she ever dreamed of doing was taking over and running the business, but now she is just living each day one at a time. Her virginity still intact, Sage is determined to get it one while in Vegas and having Oliver along is putting a damper on her plans.
Oliver may snipe with Sage at the diner, but secretly he respects her a lot and is attracted to her, but knows it can’t go anywhere even if his father adores her. When his brother and SIL ask him to watch out for Sage in Vegas, he really doesn’t want to get involved, but he does, once again in awe of Sage’s zest for life, but also appalled by the things she will do to get what she wants.
I can’t say I really enjoyed their time in Vegas much, but I guess making Oliver go to a Celine Dion concert was kind of funny. Drinks are consumed, limited control over their senses ensues, virginity is lost and baby is made!
Sage tries to take over the situation and let Oliver out of responsibility, but Oliver is not taking any of that. Now Oliver, the mostly inept guy has to pull out all the stops to claim his woman and baby. Craziness begins to get a new meaning, while you laugh and cry.
If you think Ally and Seth are done, you would be wrong. They have a lot of page time and often cause some of the drama, hilarious times and suspense that makes this an all around great story. Throw in a new friend, Kelsey the kindergarten teacher and Dare the mechanic, you can see where the next story is going.
This is another great story that introduces a lot of laughs, but still retains the deep emotion we want from our romance. Don’t take it too seriously, just read and enjoy!
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