Series: The Teddy Bear Club #2
Author: Sean Michael
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Alexandria Corza
Publication Date: June 4, 2019
Length: 195 pages
Reviewed by Truus
Too much of a good thing?
When Logan gets the call about newborn triplets in need of a home, he steps up, realizing too late the daunting task he’s taken on. He’d be lost without the men of the Teddy Bear Club—especially Dirk.
Dirk even offers to spend spring break at Logan’s home, helping him and the babies settle in. He loves being a dad, and he wants to help Logan find the same joy. It doesn’t hurt that they enjoy spending time together.
Before they even realize it, they’re settling into a routine… becoming a family.
Falling in love.
But their new bond is about to face the ultimate test. Will they come through and realize that with love, there’s no such thing as enough?
That was one busy story. A lot of children and a lot of diapers.
Logan is the father of a ten-year-old girl named Sarah. Logan’s life will be expanded with three babies, triplets. They need a home and a caretaker. After Logan agrees to take care of them, his friends from the Teddy Bear Club— especially Dirk— offers to help him.
Dirk, with a preschooler of his own, starts to make a list of everything he needs, from diapers and milk to monitors, cribs, changing tables, and baby swings. Yeah, Logan really needs all the help he can get.
When Dirk and Logan take the triplets: Samuel, Sebastian, and Susan, home there is a special party for the babies.
Dirk has some feelings for Logan, helping him means he can spend more and more time with him. Dirk seems to be the glue that holds everything together, especially after some devastating matter.
“Anything. Anytime. Anywhere.” Big words, in this story they suit the action to the words.
If you are looking for a sweet family story, read this one. At times it was all a bit too much, the bottles, the diapers, the babies, the care, ugh. This story is part two of a series, it says it’s a stand-alone. When the story started it was confusing, after I wrote down the names of the friends and all the kids, I found some light in the chaos.
Dirk and Logan had a hell of a job with the babies and children. Admirable it was; they even found time for sex between all the feeding.
Besides all the sweet family matters there was a real traumatic event. I found the way this was intertwined, honest and sensitively done.
Even though there were moments the story was a bit overdone, it was a pleasant read with engaging characters, it was well written and had a lot of feelings.
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