Can a wrong number, a not-so-practical joke, and two parent-trapping teens turn these enemies into lovers?
After the most humiliating divorce in the history of humiliating divorces, dating is at the bottom of my to-do list.
Where do forty-something single moms even meet men?
Between work and chauffeuring my daughter to the dance studio, I don’t have the time, or the energy, to date. The only single guy I see regularly is my archenemy at the dance studio…
And trust me, he is un-dateable.
Adam Martinez is an arrogant jerk of a man-child who refuses to take anything seriously.
So when my bestie sets me up with one of her co-workers, I agree. Unfortunately, the day of my first date in six years is a complete disaster, and I have to cancel…
In the worst way possible, via text message.
Imagine my surprise when he responds, and we hit it off.
I’ve spent the last three years grieving my wife and raising two heartbroken kids. I haven’t had time to breathe, let alone think about dating.
Besides, the only women I interact with on a regular basis are the moms at my daughter’s dance studio. And they freaking scare me. Seriously, I’d rather be alone forever than deal with soap opera level drama on the daily.
Case in point, Jenna Bennett. I don’t know what I’ve done to tick her off, but she’s made it her personal mission to snack-shame me. So what if I feed my kids food that isn’t organic, gluten -free, sugar-free, taste-free cardboard? Since when did a little sugar hurt anyone?
So when Jenna mistakenly sends me a text cancelling a date, I see my opportunity to have a little fun with the uptight realtor.
It turns out, the joke’s on me.
Because I never dreamed I’d fall in love with her.
Dad Habits is a full-length enemies-to-lovers romance filled with technology fails, dance-mama-drama, steaming hot texts, an adorable seven-year-old, and two teenaged girls, determined to become stepsisters.
This is book 3 in the Single Dads Gone Wild Series. Each one can be read as a standalone. Happily Ever After guaranteed!