My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I started to read this book because of the cover. Yes, I know, we should not judge a book by its cover, though there was something about it that grabbed my attention. To be honest I didn’t even read the book description so I had no idea what was it about.
Father Found by Judith Arnold is a contemporary romance book. The main character, Jamie, is a man close to his thirties which lives a perfect live by himself, writer of profession (he writes a humour column called ‘Guy Stuff’). All of the sudden he finds out he has a baby girl, Samantha, which changes his life completely. From the carefree man he must now convert in the perfect father. He is lucky when he meets Alison, a nurse who teaches a class for new fathers called ‘Daddy School’. From that moment not only that he becomes a father but he falls in love as well. It is not as easy as he thought though, when he realizes that he has to gain the confidence of the now most important women in his life: his daughter and his loved one.
This book is both funny and emotional. It shows how a man can change when he becomes a father and as well when he truly falls in love. It shows the struggles of a new single father and I find it really touching when in our days we tend to focus more on the new mothers. And it also shows that men can become great parents by themselves with a bit of understanding and confidence.
I loved this book from the beginning until the end and I highly recommend it. It definitely deserves 5 beautiful stars. ☺️
Thanks for reading.