Tristan was devastated when his sister died. His only consolation was her newborn daughter. He promised to take care of her like she was his own, but now he’s broken that promise.
After growing up in foster care, Nathaniel’s finally built the life he’s always wanted. Now one case of human error could tear it all apart.
An unthinkable mistake that could never be rectified. Two men. Absolute strangers until tragedy and unforeseen circumstances bind them together. They must now find a way to co-parent and make the best of a bad situation. With no shared history to help them and two little girls caught in the middle, they now have no choice but to make it work. What could possibly go wrong?
Can two men put their differences aside for the sake of their children? They both have difficult choices to make, or what they love most will be taken away.
Are there bonds stronger than blood?
“You cannot be Emma’s biological father.” He felt like that statement was on repeat in his head, and he couldn’t turn it off.
Blood Type B and Type O cannot equal A was all Nathaniel remembered the doctor saying.
No matter how many ways he turned it around in his mind, the facts remained the same. It all added up to his baby girl not being his biological child. How was that even possible? Was there a mix-up at the lab, did the wrong eggs get implanted, did the surrogate get pregnant while on the hormones? These were just some of the thoughts that raced through his mind over the last nearly two and a half weeks since he’d been given the life-changing information. Seemed like a lifetime, he thought wearily.
Since she was a little girl, Rheland Richmond entertained herself with any book she could get her hands on. She has written as long as she can remember, and now she finally gets to share some of those stories with other people.
She loves a good happily ever after. Because she believes love and light should touch everything. She is an obsessive reader and would never have considered writing if it wasn’t for all the authors that inspired her and the thousands of books she has devoured along the way.
When she’s not reading she’s caught up in all her guilty pleasure TV Shows. Or catching up with her sibs wherever they are in the world, which usually involves long distance calling. She’s an introvert that will take a night in before anything else.
Made in Nigeria and Raised in the UK she’s an interesting mix of both cultures and appreciates both equally.