Depay - Esther E. Schmidt
January 29, 2017 – Finished Reading
January 28, 2017 – Started Reading
Review I am astounded every single time I pick up one of Esther's books, every single time she gives me a read to get lost in, to feel every emotion while reading it and to be just a little lost when I finish. All this is a sign of a fantastic author, I also know as a fan she usually is writing 3 or 4 books at a time going back and fourth as the characters speak to her. This is Depay's story, now we know from the end of Broke's book that he found out he had a young daughter and has just got full custody. The first day she fell in a pond and nearly drowned, rescued by a young women Niki. Her and Depay had a hot interlude when he took her home, now the story picks up a few weeks on.
Depay is loving, caring, hot and pretty much everything you could wish for in a guy as well as an awesome father who has put himself out to learn how to care for his deaf little girl. He regrets that he didn't know about her before or that he wasn't involved in the pregnancy or birth, so when he finds out in an unexpected way that he is to be a father again he is all in, in every way possible. That he has already fallen in a massive way for the women is just icing on the cake, he just needs her to understand and give him a chance. With loads of other stuff going on as well from various directions this is full on excitement and tension, plus lots of love and support all round from Deed's Broke and their Ol'Ladies. I loved, loved, LOVED it. Where Broke literally broke my heart, Depay had me falling in love with him from the first page, Niki as well is loving, caring and funny in many ways. She definitely brings out the Alpha male side of Depay, all the possessiveness comes to the forefront. All the meal preparation is so funny, and those hormones well! what can I say she had me chuckling away. There is some sadness to this story as well that just wrenches your heart, even though out of that does come some joy for someone else. All in all this is just one of those books that will stay with me for a while, I cant let go just yet.